Art Exhibit

Call for Artists for 2019 Exhibitions

The Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation is now accepting applications from artists interested having their work on view at the MTRP Visitors and Interpretive Center in 2019.

Applications are only available and accepted from May 1 through June 30 for the next exhibition year, and the entry deadline for 2019 is June 30, 2018.

For art guidelines and other information, please click on this file. Applications can be mailed, or scanned and emailed with samples of the artist's work.

Songs of the Baja Ranchos - April 14 through May 11

Group exhibition on view at the Mission Trail Regional Park Visitor and Interpretive Center April 14 through May 11, 2018.

This exhibition features seven award-winning artists who teach with Baja Rancho Art, a program that brings fine art instruction to a unique and historic region of northern Baja California, with workshops offered at Rancho Bellota, a working ranch in Baja.

Artists Reception: Sunday, April 22, 1-4pm.

The artworks on view are available for purchase, and a portion of the sale benefits the Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation.

Songs of the Baja Ranchos Artist list

Carol Catalano-Webb – Printmaking; Rose Irelan – Oils; Eileen Mandell – Photography; Ellen Parry – Oils; Rick Phillips – Photography; Helen Shafer Garcia – Watercolor and Jeff Yeomans – Oils.

For information about Baja Rancho Art, visit http://www.bajaranchoart.com/

Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation offers opportunities for visual artists to display their work. Juried exhibitions are staged every four weeks throughout the year. Regardless of the media, content criteria must be followed as outlined by the Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation. Information and applications for consideration for the next exhibition year is available through Vicky DeLong, Art Coordinator at 619-286-1361.

The MTRP Visitor and Interpretive Center is located at One Father Junipero Serra Trail, San Diego, CA 92119, and it is open daily from 9am to 5pm. Admission is free.

The MTRP Foundation was formed in 1988 as a 501(c) (3) non-profit public benefit corporation.