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Category: Off-Site/Off-Season

Off-Site/Off-Season: Joni Cresci

Many artists develop their love for art at a very young age. Joni Cresci started drawing around the age of 10. She was introduced to art by her best friend, Jenny’s, mother, who was an artist. When Joni would go

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Off-Site/Off-Season: Michelle S. Burt

Some artists move to Laguna Beach to be part of the historic art scene here. Some artists move to Laguna to be part of the Sawdust Art Festival. Michelle S. Burt moved to Laguna to be part of both. Born

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Off-Site/Off-Season: Baruch Kaufman

There are few places in California like Laguna Beach. Beautiful views, crashing waves and wonderful sunsets are commonplace, and a colony of talented artists calls Laguna home.  In order for artists to exhibit at the Sawdust Art Festival, they are required

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Off-Site/Off-Season: Randy Bader

Randy Bader created his first set of chairs out of necessity; he needed something to sit on. When he moved out of his parents’ house in the ’70s, he had no furniture so he built what he called a sling

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Off-Site/Off-Season: Lorraine Hornby

Have you ever wondered what happens at the Sawdust Art Festival after we close our doors? Better yet, what happens to the artists who spend their entire summers here at the Sawdust Art Festival selling their artwork? Many artists are

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