Born in post-Hiroshima Japan and the daughter of a Japanese master craftsman, Rin Colabucci began studying traditional Japanese calligraphy by the age of five. As an adult she developed into a self-taught artist as she traveled the globe, absorbing ideas, techniques, and motifs that are reflected in her unique, ethereal style. Colabucci’s vivid and emotional work can be found throughout the world, from the Marin Beach Resort in Dubai to San Diego International Airport. Once Upon a Frame (132 E. Cliff St., Solana Beach, CA 92075) is proud to display her current works, with an opening on June 1st, 4-9 pm. All are welcome.
“My paintings are not just representational images, but icons and symbols to evoke emotion, stories, and images.” Come see what stories emerge for you from Colabucci’s paintings.