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 […]
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.
The original article was featured as a Special to the Union Tribune in July of 2013 Issue by Sophy Chaffee. Unfortunately I no longer have the link, but…In a nutshell, the article features the Burger’s lovely home and landscape. The landscape was designed by myself and Katie Pelisek. The garden flows down a gentle hillside. It […]
Muralist’s living and working areas spread out among several buildings Special to the U-T by Sophy Chaffee / Photo by Eduardo Contreras/UT San Diego/Zuma Press. copyright 2013 UT San Diego Most of the public art installations by ceramic muralist and landscape designer Betsy Schulz are remarkably personal – layered with found objects and tiles depicting the people who […]
By Diane Y. Welch for the Del Mar Times New public art has recently popped up in Solana Beach. It brightens the streetscapes and enriches the experience of visitors to the coastal community, said Carol Beth Rodriguez, membership chair for the Solana Beach Art Association and a member of the City of Solana Beach’s Public Arts […]
Schulz to work with designers for new Fire Station No. 3 By Phil Diehl for UT San Diego A San Diego artist known for her colorful mosaic murals has been selected to create the art element of Carlsbad’s new Fire Station No. 3. Betsy Schulz was chosen last week by the Carlsbad Arts Commission to work with […]