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49 Featuring the work of Kelly Moncure

By   /  May 24, 2018  /  1 Comment

Announcing “49”, a one night only art show at the Backfence Society on  Saturday, June 2nd from 6-9 pm
110 S. Citrus Avenue, Vista, CA 92084
The show will feature landscape photography, figure drawing and painting, and plein aire paintings.  Kelly is the City of Vista’s Public Art Commission’s Vice Chair and Rancho Buena Vista’s photography teacher. Kelly has been creating art for over 30 years and teaching art for over 10 years. Before becoming a teacher, she worked in advertising in New York City. To see more of her work, her website is kellymoncure.com
The Backfence Society, Inc., established in 2011, started as an autonomous group of north county San Diego artists working collaboratively to produce interactive art events. Recognizing a lack of proper venues and resources for artists to showcase their work, the Backfence Society established itself with intentions to foster relationships that mutually benefit the community and the artists living within.

The industrious nature of creativity leads to positive change in our community and the Backfence Society advocates lifting one another up by embracing the connection we experience through art and its different forms.

The Backfence Society is a non-profit 501(c)(3) serving artists and fostering leadership in the arts and its connection with audiences in an equitable manner.


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  • Published: 1 year ago on May 24, 2018
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  1. Don Bartletti says:

    Kelly Moncure is a gifted artist and professor. Before we go out on the town, let’s join Kelly on Saturday June 2 from 6-8pm. You’ll find her art and photography to be evocative, existential, slightly erotic and honestly beautiful. The Backfence Society gallery and club house is a secret gem on Citrus Ave. It’s an intimate space and fast becoming Vista’s center for the arts. Kelly, and her kindred spirit and “Fence” founder Sarah Spinks, deserve to have all of us there. After that we can walk blindfolded in practically any direction find a great place for an IPA. I’m goin’!

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