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Congratulations to the Find Art Share Art Winners

Thousands of images were shared, ranging from murals and musicians to street art and sculpture, and three winners were selected



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San Diego Tourism Authority, City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture, and San Diego Magazine partnered last November to host the #FindArtShareArt contest to celebrate San Diego’s bold and eclectic arts scene. Thousands of images were shared, ranging from murals and musicians to street art and sculpture, and three winners were selected.

The grand prize winner, Stacy Keck, caught judges’ eyes with her photo of a reflective moment at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. Joey Lenze and Barbara Smith were selected as runners-up for their images capturing two vibrant San Diego murals.

Grand Prize Winner:

Stacy Keck, 34, Resident of Mission Hills
Artist: Ruben Ochoa; Watching, Waiting, Commiserating; 2010

 

Runner Up:

Barbara Smith, 29, Resident of North Park
Image was taken in front of a Kreashun mural in North Park

 

Runner Up:

Joey Lenze, 39, Resident of Little Italy
Image was taken in Barrio Logan

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