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June 14, 2002
Suzie Harrison Another First Thursday's Art Walk for the trophy list Art walk was art talk and appreciation at one of Laguna's most revered events -- First Thursday's Art Walk last Thursday. The galleries and streets were busy with art fans getting a great taste of some of the best art in the world. The smiling art walkers were enjoying the art-scapes at all the galleries Laguna affords. Visiting a newcomer to the art walk family, Tung & Groov, was a great experience.
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September 6, 2002
Suzie Harrison The sun blazed, as did the heat with thermometers in Laguna Beach topping their highest marks for the final days of Laguna's art festivals last weekend. On Sunday, the Festival of Arts was busy as usual but not as packed as it had been most of the summer -- its most successful season yet. Little did the artists know what pranks awaited them that morning -- it's kind of a tradition among the artists and was instigated by wildlife artist Chris Hoy this year.
NEWS
July 26, 2002
Suzie Harrison He's traveled down the Amazon marveling at the fresh-water pink dolphin swimming next him, he's visited primitive tribes in New Guinea and he's had a whale swim along side him in the ocean, eye to eye with his heart thumping. This is just a peek into the world of wildlife artist Chris Hoy. Saturday Hoy will surround himself with about 12 exotic animals, from a white lion to a wallaby, to use them as models for his work. He will capture the wild animals on canvas from noon until 2 p.m. "Most artists paint to get a reaction from their paintings.
NEWS
July 23, 2004
HAPPENINGS Ready to perform Gallimaufry Performing Arts is the new group in town, and they're about to put on a show. B1 ALSO: The Garden Fanatic gives plants a chance during the dog days of summer. A9 The Kiralys try to revive the family computer. B1 Cherril Doty has her eye on the fate of the pelican. B6 CITYSCAPE Going wild Chris Hoy will host "Walk on the Wild Side" at the Festival of Arts, where wild animals will be on display for the public.
NEWS
June 4, 2004
Suzie Harrison Once a year, before everything hits a frenetic summer pace, artists put down their paintbrushes, palettes and other tools of the trade to be blessed at the annual Blessing of the Artists. With the start of the summer art festivals less than a month away, the tradition of blessing the artist's in early June has become an eight-year tradition at St. Catherine of Siena Church. This year's blessing will begin at 7 p.m. today. Last year the blessing was the last event at the church before its renovation.
NEWS
July 26, 2002
Send DATEBOOK items to the Laguna Beach Coastline-Pilot, 384 Forest Ave., No. 22, Laguna Beach, CA 92652; fax to 494-8979; call 494-4321 or e-mail coastlinepilot@latimes.com. Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. A complete listing may be found at www.latimes.com/tcn/coastline. SATURDAY FESTIVAL OF ARTS The Festival of Arts will host "Take a Walk on the Wild Side." Visitors can interact with exotic wild animals while artist Chris Hoy captures their beauty on canvas.
NEWS
July 19, 2002
EYE ON ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT On July 27, from noon to 2 p.m. at the Festival of Arts, wildlife artist Chris Hoy will "Take a Walk on the Wild Side" where there will be wild animals that Hoy will be painting, including a white lion and other exotic animals. Admission is free to Laguna Beach residents everyday. The festival is at 650 Laguna Canyon Drive. Information: (949) 494-1145. Music galore This Sunday is the first Music in the Park concert series at Bluebird Park.
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By Cynthia Fung | July 15, 2008
On July 23 and August 13, this year’s distinguished guest artist, Chris Hoy, will present Wildlife Days at the 2008 Sawdust Art Festival, from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Hoy, along with long-time associate and co-founder of E&E Animals, Shannon Thompson, will share with Sawdust visitors some of the world’s most exotic animals that inspire Hoy’s own wildlife acrylic paintings. Live on the Main Entertainment Deck will be a variety of select species for guests to meet and greet, up close and personal.
NEWS
July 23, 2004
Suzie Harrison Back in the day, the average animal aficionado was forced to tune into the TV program "Wild Kingdom" to get a close-up view of untamed animals. The Festival of Arts has taken that concept one step further, sans the blood and gore scenes. On Saturday, people will have an opportunity to see first-hand a diverse menagerie of exotic and wild animals during the "Walk on the Wild Side" event with renowned wildlife artist Chris Hoy. Hoy will show off at least 20 animals.
NEWS
June 6, 2003
Suzie Harrison Usually they are found wielding paint brushes and are in the company of easels, canvases or a pottery wheel, but this Friday night the scenery will be a little different, as artists gather in pews at St. Catherine of Siena Church for the seventh annual "Blessing of the Artists." "This year we'll have all the bells and whistles and the incense and water," founder, artist Anne England said. "Afterward there is a party with really good food and wine."
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September 6, 2002
Suzie Harrison The sun blazed, as did the heat with thermometers in Laguna Beach topping their highest marks for the final days of Laguna's art festivals last weekend. On Sunday, the Festival of Arts was busy as usual but not as packed as it had been most of the summer -- its most successful season yet. Little did the artists know what pranks awaited them that morning -- it's kind of a tradition among the artists and was instigated by wildlife artist Chris Hoy this year.
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July 26, 2002
Suzie Harrison He's traveled down the Amazon marveling at the fresh-water pink dolphin swimming next him, he's visited primitive tribes in New Guinea and he's had a whale swim along side him in the ocean, eye to eye with his heart thumping. This is just a peek into the world of wildlife artist Chris Hoy. Saturday Hoy will surround himself with about 12 exotic animals, from a white lion to a wallaby, to use them as models for his work. He will capture the wild animals on canvas from noon until 2 p.m. "Most artists paint to get a reaction from their paintings.
NEWS
June 14, 2002
Suzie Harrison Another First Thursday's Art Walk for the trophy list Art walk was art talk and appreciation at one of Laguna's most revered events -- First Thursday's Art Walk last Thursday. The galleries and streets were busy with art fans getting a great taste of some of the best art in the world. The smiling art walkers were enjoying the art-scapes at all the galleries Laguna affords. Visiting a newcomer to the art walk family, Tung & Groov, was a great experience.
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