Single level duplex home in downtown San Clemente. 2 private patios with jacuzzi and sunset ocean views. 3 king beds, pull out queen sofa bed and single couch. Close to downtown shops and restaurants. Only 10-15 minute walk to pier and ocean. No pets.
Very private house in the center of downtown San Clemente. Great spot for a larger group. Two separate houses on one property
Entire house. Plenty of parking
No Pets for any reason. Maximum number of guests is 12
JK has been painting since childhood. Born on Catalina Island, California in 1975, the artist began painting watercolors at a very early age. He studied fine art at San Clemente High School and then travelled to the high desert to gain a bachelors degree from The University of Arizona in 1998. Shortly after college, JK walked through the museums of Europe for months to study the works of the Renaissance masters. However, the ocean lifestyle of Southern California brought him back to begin his professional career. JK began to exhibit paintings at local restaurants and small galleries. JK fine art began to gain popularity with collectors and garnered appreciation by local media. In 2007, the artist's 'Pier Barrel' was featured on the nationally televised 'Fuel TV' in part with a Surfrider Foundation benefit in Laguna Beach. The Orange County Register took notice of the artist in 2008 with two articles discussing a new series of ocean paintings. In 2011, the artist was juried into and exhibited 20 original paintings at Laguna Art-A-Fair which is part of the Laguna Beach Summer Festival of Arts. Collaborating with Salon Bleu in 2012, JK held two open air courtyard art shows including more than 30 paintings from 10 different artists. The successful show focused on a series of ten large ocean abstract paintings. San Clemente Life Magazine, May 2013, interviews the artist and discusses new exhibits and murals projects. JK is also taking his images to fabric and creating and marketing and men's and women's clothing line. The designs are inspired by the ocean lifestyle. The shirts are created with a Giclee’ printer that delivers vibrant colors so each shirt looks like an original painting. The one of kind artist series is only