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Artist Recognition Showcase

The Community Shared Space and The Carmel Company in association with The Crowd invite the community to experience three  featured artist’s work and perspective. Each showcase in addition to featuring the artist’s work, will benefit a local nonprofit. Guests will have the opportunity to meet the artists, mingle and explore the various works available while sipping on wine.

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Food, Beer & Wine Donated by

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Upcoming Showcase

Thursday, October 13, 2022

5:30pm to 7:30pm



The Community Shared Space

3756 The Barnyard, Suite H23

Carmel, CA 93923

The Artists

Painters, Sculptors, Writers & Musicians be part of the experience. Artist are featured for FREE and there is no cost to participate.


Zachary Cole Weston

Zach Weston is a fourth generation fine-art film photographer from one of the most influential and creative families in American photographic history. His great grandfather was Edward Weston, great uncle Brett Weston, grandfather Cole Weston, and his father is Kim Weston. Zach's photography focuses on fine-art nudes, landscapes, and abstracts.

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Marlon Espino

Marrying his passions for music and film, Marlon’s early days as a composer included lending his musical talents to the three-time Grammy-winning Composer Mark Mancina, assisting on many of his film scores including; Every Breath You Take, Disney’s Moana, Planes, and Planes Fire & Rescue, among others. He recently scored the feature “Inheritance”, a dramatic thriller starring Lilly Collins, Simon Pegg, and Connie Nielsen.

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Andrew Jackson

Previously the youngest gallery owner in Carmel by-the-Sea, CA, Andrew opened and ran his One-Man gallery from 1995 thru 1998. He worked as a color specialist, proofing and color correcting fine art Giclee prints, for Silvergraph Studios. Design credits include, the Color Wheel Co. “Grayscale and Value finder” and his self published “Intensity Wheel, a color mixing guide”.

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Beneficiary Nonprofit


The Big Sur Food & Wine Festival started as a way to showcase the many culinary and wine-making talents of this special stretch of California coast.

The Crowd

About the Crowd

We wanted to create a safe place for artists, art lovers and filmmakers to gather so we created it.

This group is a continuation of the spirit of the historical “Carmel Crowd” started by George Sterling, Carrie Sterling, Mary Austin and Jack London in Carmel-by-the-Sea. We celebrate creativity and connectivity in film, literature and the arts.

It is founded on the artistic principles that made Carmel at one time the most prolific art community in the world but with a new global emphasis.

The Crowd is a private Facebook group

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