Temecula Art Night showcases local painter

Painter Eric Edisen shows off two of his works, “Portrait of Misha” and “Heart of Flesh,” during Temecula’s Art Night Friday, April 5, in Old Town Temecula. Valley News/City of Temecula, Andrew Foulk photo. Used with permission.
Temecula’s latest Art Night brought hundreds of people to Old Town Temecula where they took in the colorful paintings of local artist Eric Edisen.Edisen, who co-founded Kave Paintings with his wife Melanie, brought a plethora of his bold, abstract artworks, which he said are portraits of characters inspired by inanimate objects, to the gallery including “Portrait of Misha,” “Heart of Flesh” and “Accusation” for the show.The Temecula Community Services Department’s outdoor Art Night event, held monthly on the first Friday of the month, showcases art from a variety of artists in multiple genres. Edisen, who is a painter, creates his unique pieces using a combination of acrylic paint, markers and oil pastels.Every month a reception for the featured artists is held
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