Skilled Fighting Arts Martial Science Academy 1441 Encinitas Blvd, Encinitas, CA92024 Skilled Fighting Arts (formerly United Martial Arts) is a spacious and modern martial arts studio. The school offers…More real world teaching, via Tae Kwon Do, Hapkido and other styles of martial arts, that not only makes students better at self-defense but fitter and more confident. New members enjoy a free one-month trial period.
Architectural Art 1143 Calle Christopher, Encinitas, CA92024 Architectural Art offers watercolor, acrylic and mixed media drawings of properties for use by the real-estate market.…More It also can create digital rendering of new or soon to to be finalized properties as well as complete site and floor plans. Samples are available on the Architectural Art website or you can call the number provided for all other inquiries.
Dojo of The Four Winds 337 Melrose Ave, Encinitas, CA92024 James Williams, owner of Dojo of The Four Winds, is a successful and highly respected practitioner of martial arts and…More defensive strategy. Available classes include strategy, Japanese sword arts, laijustsu, kenjutsu and the Samurai arts. However, its specialty is the Nami- Ryu Heiho, a specific type of martial art derived from ancient Japanese tradition. Williams has been practicing and teaching martial arts since 1965, and students testify to both his skills as a teacher and the principles he instills. The interior of the property looks authentic, as if straight from feudal Japan.
Ducky Waddle's Emporium 414 N Coast Highway 101, Encinitas, CA92024 Famed artist and graphic designer Shepard Fairey used to exhibit his art at "the Duck," as this shop is known. Perhaps…More Encinitas' best-kept secret for those into the contemporary art scene, Ducky Waddles is part vintage bookstore, part art gallery plus whole lot of awesome all in one little cavern of a store. If you have a nose for the odd, the rare and anything that's really cool, then the Duck has something for you.
Coast Hwy Traders 528 S Coast Highway 101, Encinitas, CA92024 Coast Hwy Traders features art, unique handbags, cards, jewelry, silk flowers, home accessories, clothes and San Diego…More memorabilia among other collectibles from local artists and from all around the world. Find accessories from the Indian Bazaar, Oaxacan kids dresses and blouses, art from Mexico and art from local Encinitas artists.
Eric Phleger Gallery 828 N Coast Hwy 101, Encinitas, CA92024 Eric Phleger Gallery specializes in Southern California artists, displaying paintings, sculptures and photographs in the…More Leucadia Plaza on Highway 101 just south of Leucadia Boulevard. Exhibits rotate regularly and are shown by appointment only. Private collectors and art institutions can locate and buy original pieces at the small, elegant gallery that celebrates the local art community.
Ocean Knoll Elementary School 910 Melba Rd, Encinitas, CA92024 Ocean Knoll Elementary School provides instruction for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. Classes are offered…More in math, science, social studies, language arts, English, physical education and art. The school is headed by principal Anglica Lopez.
Performing Arts Workshop 681 Encinitas Blvd, Encinitas, CA92024 Performing Arts Workshop has been instructing classical ballet technique since its founding in 1997. The studio has…More grown to incorporate many different dancing styles in personal and group classes. The Workshop speciality is the Kids Combo class, which teaches both ballet and tap dancing. Other community favorites are Mommy and Me classes and Adult Workout classes. A performing arts workshop puts on full-scale performances twice a year. Located on 2nd St. since 1997, the Workshop moved to its current location on Encinitas Blvd. in September 2010.
Watts Atelier of The Arts LLC 171 Calle Magdalena Ste 101, Encinitas, CA92024 Jeffrey R. Watts founded Watts Atelier of the Arts in 1992 as an intimate studio to "facilitate training…More representational artists in a streamlined and logical manner." Modeled after nineteenth century European ateliers, Watts Atelier of the Arts offers more than 70 classes per year. Some classes are very broad, such as basic drawing, while others are more specialized. The studio emphasizes the benefit of a low student-to-teacher ratio to ensure that students receive as much personalized guidance as possible. Classes meet once a week for a three-hour session for 10 weeks, and there are four instruction terms per year. The atelier welcomes artists of all experience, skill and age levels.