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Leti C. Stiles, of Irvine, shows off her fine art crafted on silk and canvas at ArtFest on Oct. 1 Photo: Daniel Ritz
Jane Salafia creates her glass art by cutting and aligning the glass into a variety of patterns and designs Photo: Daniel Ritz
Photos and text by Daniel Ritz
Close to 100 regional artists filled the streets of Del Prado during Dana Point’s fifth installment of ArtFest on Oct. 1. Painters, craftspeople, sculptors, jewelers, photographers and more came out to show their art at Dana Point’s premier art walk.
Live music rang from the windows and patios of restaurants such as The Shwack Beach Grill,
and Jack’s Restaurant and Bar courtesy of any one of the five featured local bands that played this year. Jack’s played host to an outdoor beer garden, where a portion of proceeds were to be donated to the Dana Point 5th Marine Regiment Support Group.