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“Ocean Blues” Exhibit

Ventura ArtWalk October 6 & 7th

Join us in Downtown Ventura for a complete weekend of festivities celebrating the art community in Ventura, California. Our art exhibit features the ocean inspired photography of Steve Munch and Stephanie Hogue. From dreamy seascapes to crashing waves and everything in between, the collection captures the many moods and captivating beauty of the ocean.

10% of Sales during ArtWalk will be donated to Mission Blue, a global coalition to inspire an upwelling of public awareness, access and support for a worldwide network of marine protected areas – Hope Spots.

Ventura ArtWalk at Latitudes Fine Art Gallery
401 E. Main St
Ventura, CA 93001
Saturday, October 6th, 11am-6pm
Sunday, October 7th, noon to 5pm

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ArtWalk Ventura 2016 – “MonoChrome and Metal”

ArtWalk 2016 in Downtown Ventura Oct. 1st & 2nd


Stephanie Hogue and Steve Munch display dramatic and dynamic photographic images stripped down to a monochromatic palette of tones and texture. Enjoy a journey of unexpected visual surprises!
Latitudes Fine Art Gallery
401 E. Main St
Ventura, CA 93001
Saturday Oct 1st 11am-7pm
Sunday Oct 2nd: noon-5pm
805-642-5257
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If you love art, you won’t want to miss ArtWalk Ventura 2016. And our new dates return the event to fall, when Ventura’s weather is perfect.
Entering its 24nd year, Artwalk Ventura is a totally-fun, virtually-free, self-guided tour of dozens of galleries, studios, pop-up venues and transformed PODS Containers in Ventura’s Westside Cultural District and historic Downtown.
One of Ventura’s signature events, which draws thousands of people every year,
it is now being run by an all-volunteer group who are determined to keep it fresh and festive.
Explore our site. Get involved. And, most of all, join us and celebrate Ventura’s thriving arts community!latitudes-6

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Arts & Eats Downtown Ventura

Arts & Eats September 17th, 2016
Downtown Ventura

Visit Downtown Ventura, Saturday, September 17th, for the inaugural Arts & Eats!

Stroll Main Street and visit openings at three Art Galleries, and sample bites at three shops along the way!

Note all events are from 6pm – 8pm,
except Fox Fine Jewelry and Latitudes, which is 6pm – 8:30pm

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Latitudes Fine Art Gallery

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Latitudes
“Endless Summer Collection”

Photographic Art of Steve Munch and Stephanie Hogue
401 E. Main Street


Fox Fine Jewelry

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Fox Fine Jewelry
Art by Norman Kirk

560 E. Main Street
http://www.foxfinejewelry.com/event/article/arts-eats/


Spice-Topia
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Eats
576 E. Main Street
http://spice-topia.com/


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Eats
586 E. Main Street
https://www.facebook.com/Jimmys-Slice-129847233829533/


Gallery V

blogphoto5Historical Photography
Walt & Steve Dibblee
Plein Air Artist Preshow
540 E. Main Street
Info: http://bit.ly/2cChhz9


Vom Fass
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Eats
451 E. Main Street
https://www.facebook.com/VomFassVentura/

First Friday in Downtown Ventura- April 1, 2016

“Ocean Blues”

April exhibit:  April 1, 2016-April 30, 2016

Join us at Latitudes Fine Art Gallery for an opening reception of “Ocean Blues”
For the month of April, Latitudes will be featuring the ocean inspired exhibit called “Ocean Blue’s”. This special exhibit highlights the many moods of the ocean with its ever changing beauty. In conjunction with Earth Day on April 22, we will be promoting awareness and celebrating the power and importance of our oceans. Environmental photographers Steve Munch and Stephanie Hogue are dedicated to showcasing its beauty to inspire fascination and connection. With connection and awareness comes education and compassion. Though massive and powerful, our oceans are extremely delicate and impacted by our actions. Real change can happen when people are inspired.

OPENING: Friday April 1st, 2016
5pm-9pm
Latitudes Fine Art Gallery
Downtown Ventura
401 E. Main St
Ventura, CA 93001
805-642-5257

“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.”
Jacques Cousteau