Deedie's House is a small adobe artist studio created by Leo Carrillo for his wife Edith. He created it when he designed his Spanish hacienda style ranch, now known as Leo Carrillo Ranch Historic Park.
Robert Barry, "Bench at Leo Carrillo Ranch"; Megan Hammonds, "Caramel"
Photography Exhibition at Deedie’s House
April 23 – Aug. 27, 2017
The Library & Cultural Arts and Parks & Recreation Departments are partnering to present this exhibition of photography at the celebrated Deedie’s House at Leo Carrillo Ranch Historic Park. The exhibition presents 27 photographs by 37 artists and was guest juried by Annie Lemoux, photographer and adjunct professor at University of California San Diego.
Artists: Lauryn Allen, Gordon Anderson, Lin Ball, Robert Barry, MaconBauer, Lon Box, Abbey Chamberlain, Joan Comito, Edgar DeMaris, Alison Frank, Flavia Gilmore, Melissa Gratiot, William Gullette, Nancy Hacker, Megan Hammons, Ellen Hobart, Laura Lowenstein, Margaret Mandac, Xenia Mateiu, Ernest Pick, Sandy Radom, Tzili Ressler, Arlen Roper, Jennifer Thompson, Nicole Toesca
Deedie’s House Hours: Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Noon – 4 p.m.