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Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation Continues Art Wall Series- April 18

Oceanside CA— Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation will be hosting its next Art Walls with a special reception on Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 7:30pm at the O’side Bakery, located 3815 Mission Avenue Suite 101, (west of OPD) Oceanside. Cheryl Ehlers “Pieces of Jazz”, will be the featured artist for this two month exhibition.

Ehlers is an award winning and published artist, who paints in an array of styles; impressionism, contemporary and abstract, with a signature that is bold and colorful. She exhibits locally in San Diego County, several states, and remains active as an avid arts advocate for the United Nations, (UNESCO), art organizations, charities, youth groups, worthwhile causes and city programs. She tirelessly champions artists and art students, in local communities, and enriches their lives in the process. She likes to bring art together with people and bring awareness of the value art brings into everyone’s lives through education them on the process. Presently, she enjoys a position with the City of Encinitas, as the Arts Program Assistant for the Cultural Arts department, curating 49 exhibitions a year. She was awarded the 2014 Volunteer of the Year by the Encinitas 101 Mainstreet Association, and is a dynamic force in North County, Cheryl reaches out, and is a dedicated example of giving back to artists, emerging and professional.

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Complimenting Ms Ehler’s music themed art live music is performed by highly regarded pianist, Robert Parker and internationally acclaimed guitarist, Wolf Marshall.

Wolf Marshall, world-renown guitarist will be sharing his unique music stylings, complimenting Cheryl’s music themed art pieces. Wolf Marshall is a unique hybrid. He is internationally acclaimed as both a guitarist and educator. Through his many products and publications, Wolf has gained an enormous worldwide following and status usually accorded only to “famed players” in “name bands. Wolf has been rightfully nicknamed the “Rich Little of Guitar.” He is the leading “impressionist” in the industry, emulating, on record, the styles of the greats with unerring accuracy. He performs the most challenging licks and tricks of players like, Stevie Ray Vaughan, B.B. King, Wes Montgomery, Eddie Van Halen, Eric Clapton. Wolf has been on the faculty of the UCLA Jazz Department since 2007.

This free event is part of the Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundations mission to engage the communities and visitors in the exploration of Oceanside’s exciting arts community and to provide local visual and performing artists a venue to show their art work.

For more information about Art Walls and all other Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation events and activities or to make a donation or become a volunteer, visit at www.ocaf.info.

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