As seen in The San Diego Union-Tribune on July 29, 2018 A new sculptural ceramic mural, capturing the spirit and history of Ramona, is being installed at Ramona Library. Friends of the Ramona Library commissioned Del Mar artist Betsy Schulz to design and create the mural. “She extensively researched the history, the people who lived […]
Betsy had the pleasure of presenting at the EG5 Conference in April of 2011 in Monterey, California. WATCH THE VIDEO HERE » From the EG Web Site: Betsy is an accomplished sculptor and environmental artist whose public art embellishes San Diego County. After more than a decade as a graphic designer, she abandoned the digital […]
[COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO] NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: May 27, 2016 Contact: Jorgina Soto (858) 495-5042 ARTIST BETSY SCHULZ CELEBRATES ALPINE’S NATURAL BEAUTY IN LIBRARY MURAL As you circle the exterior of the Alpine library you will find intricately sculpted ceramic art pieces that celebrate the community and natural beauty of Alpine. To […]
from San Diego County News Center Community Celebrates New Alpine Library A positive sign for its future, the new Alpine library drew in a very large crowd to help celebrate its grand opening. The building is a zero-net energy facility, using as much energy as it produces. The community hub will offer up classes for […]
We recently completed a public art project for the new Alpine Library. Please join us on May 20th, 2016 at 10am at The NEW Alpine Library – 1752 Alpine Blvd, Alpine, CA 91901. For more information about this project please view our project portfolio here.
We are thrilled to be featured in this piece in the San Diego Union Tribune! We encourage high-touch of our public art installations! For more information about this project please view our project portfolio here.
We were featured in The San Diego Union Tribune in the Coastal Homes Issue (January 2016)
Betsy K. Schulz is thrilled to be selected as one of the ten talented artists and designers in the 7th Annual Stars of San Diego, featured in the January 2015 issue of San Diego Home/Garden Lifestyles Magazine. Thank you, Janice Kleinschmidt (editor of the magazine) for your lovely article. Read the article online. (the article starts […]
Actually, the mural sections are in the studio…getting ready to be moved onto the new site of the Carlsbad Firestation 3. The completion date is the end of 2015. The frames will be mounted directly into Firestation walls during construction. Then the art will be permanently thin set into the frames closer to the end […]