"Jellies Forever" Art Installation

LA MESA--”Smacks” of artist created Jellyfish hanging at the Living Coast Discovery Center.

In keeping with the Living Coast’s tradition of partnering with local artists for its seasonal exhibits, SuperWild will also include an exciting art component. Artists Debb Solan and Marjorie Pezzoli (aka: the Jellygirls) of Fusionglass Co. and Pezzoli Art have created an extensive “smack” of sea jellies out of recycled materials that will be displayed in the Living Coast’s main galleria to bring awareness to the global issue of plastic ocean pollution. These striking, large-scale jellies have previously been showcased at the NOAA Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Museum of Monterey and the Oceanside Museum of art. The installation will be at the Center through Labor Day.

Ben Vallejos, executive director of Living Coast Discovery Center said as soon as you walk off the bus and walk through the doors of the Center the guest go “wow!”

You may stop by Fusionglass Co. to pick up 2 for 1 coupon while supplies last.

8872 La Mesa Blvd., La Mesa CA 91942

Gallery & studio hours: Monday – Friday 11am to 5pm, Saturday 11am to 4pm    

Complete information about the “Jellies Forever” Installation can be viewed at http://thejellygirls.com.

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