Eleven original paintings on city trash cans by artists from La Jolla Art Association, make up a self-guided walking tour courtesy of the association, at 8100 Paseo Del Ocaso. Above, Jade Schulz, a member of both La Jolla Town Council and La Jolla Art Association, organized the self-directed Art Walk. The trash receptacles were power washed and painted by Egon Kafka, also a member of the La Jolla Town Council, in preparation for the artwork. The volunteer “Trash Can” artists are Salli Sachse, Sharon Ford, Monica Cadish, Tony Cuban, Catherine MacDonald, David Ainsley, Pierce Harrah, Rodger Heglar, Catherine Grawin, Warren Stark and Amy Wells. For details, visit . La Jolla Art Association is a nonprofit organization to provide a visual arts center and promote local artists and enrich the community by fostering art appreciation. There is a new exhibit every two weeks. Courtesy photo

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