The Arts: Temecula’s Community Services Department Showcases Local Artists in Four Rotating Galleries


Discover the Art of Living in the Temecula Valley

The City of Temecula, Community Services Department’s Arts & Culture Division is proud to showcase the talent of local artists in four rotating galleries. The Arts & Culture Division integrates cultural arts into community life by providing opportunities to experience the vast artistic and cultural assets in the Temecula Valley.

This is the second annual exhibition for Mighty Mini Masterpieces consisting of miniature artwork donated by local artists. These Mini Masterpieces help support the Theater Foundation’s fundraising efforts for more ArtsConnection performances providing free student field trips to the Old Town Temecula Community Theater.

These pieces will be on display through Sunday, April 28th, at the Gallery at The Merc located at 42051 Main Street in Temecula, .

The Rotunda Gallery at the Temecula Valley Museum features the art of Kym De Los Reyes. Kym is a versatile, energetic painter who specializes in colorful abstracts and impressionistic figurative/subjective work.

Her pieces will be on display through Sunday, July 7th. The Rotunda Gallery is located in the Temecula Valley Museum on 28314 Mercedes Street.

The Civic Center Gallery features unique pieces by local artist Soraya Saee. View these vibrant original paintings are inspired by ancient Iranian art.

This exhibit will be on display through Friday, June 29th. The Civic Center Gallery is at 41000 Main Street in Temecula.

The Gallery at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library features various artists from the Temecula Valley Art League. The mission of Temecula Valley Art League is to inspire, cultivate, and advance local artists and artisans in the pursuit of their craft and to create a site for local art exhibitions and workshops for the surrounding community.

View original pieces by a variety of artists at this gallery through Sunday, July 7th. The Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library is at 30600 Pauba Road.

For more information on the art galleries or for artists interested in exhibiting, please contact Temecula’s Arts & Culture Team at (951) 694-6417.

Press Release Provided By the City of Temecula

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