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December 2022

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La Jolla's Community Gallery A newcomer joins the gallery-rich art hub E'RE INTERESTED IN creating a community of people from the bottom up who have a positive experience with art," says Barbara Freeman, who founded BFree Studio 15 months ago on Girard Avenue, a short block from Prospect Street. e gallery provides an environment where emerging and mid-career artists, most of them local, have a space to showcase their artwork and engage with the community. e exhibitions are short, often only two weeks, and have provided a platform for unique shows including mother/daughter and teacher/student art. During their exhibition, the artist gives a talk or painting classes and is available at the gallery, which also hosts salons and musical events. BY BILL ABRAMS Detour culture W PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF BFREE STUDIO @ranchandcoast ranchandcoast.com 116 DECEMBER 2022 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE BFree Studio founder Barbara Freeman (right) with Alexander Poroy Off One's Child's Head (Precise) and Off One's Child's Head (Pinned) by Zach Dibbins

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