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By Victor Miller
Special to Valley News 

TVAL returns to Hotel Temecula with Marilyn Latimer, art show

 

Last updated 9/27/2018 at 11:04pm

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Marilyn Latimer, newly re-elected president of the Temecula Valley Art League, is pictured with her piece, "Cooling off with Saber."

The Temecula Valley Art League has elected Marilyn Latimer for a second, non-concurrent term as president, and Latimer has arranged for the TVAL's return to the public – and the Hotel Temecula. Owners Richard and Chris Beck opened their vintage grounds to the TVAL and visitors again this year in time for Temecula's Art Walk event for First Friday, Sept. 7, which included a Dorland Mountain Arts Colony show at the Mercantile Building. It meant that Marilyn Latimer, also a member of the Dorland Mountain Arts Colony, featured some of her artwork at the Merc while presiding over the TVAL exhibit at the Hotel Temecula.

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"Fish Camp" by Marilyn Latimer is one of many paintings shown at the Hotel Temecula at the Temecula Valley Art League's art show.

Inna Pankratova, a Moscovite expatriate who brings a classic Russian beauty to her palette, paints large-scale canvases of rich color expressionism. Megan Elizabeth Miller combines her zoology profession with dazzling artistic passion. Carolyn Morris' "Fish Camp," an outsider's glimpse into a faded Native American experience, received its share of accolades during the evening's show while Eric Johansen's "Eagle Scout," an acrylic on canvas piece that captures the busy spirit of Temecula, intersects naive art with Main and Old Town Front streets. 

 

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