Gary Gevisser’s Party Invitation



Theme:             New Beginnings.


Sub theme:       Revolution

                        The serfs up.


Date/Time:        Well before sunset, December 9th    Sunrise, December 10th.


Location:          “The Cave.”


Address:           357 Parish Lane, Del Mar, California.


Directions:        For those traveling East or West make your way on to U.S. Interstate 5. Head toward the Mexican border. Get off at Via de La Valle 3 turnoffs short of La Jolla-South African Village Drive exit, and make a right, (head west). Make a left at first light, heading south on Jimmy Durante. Go for about a mile or so and then turn left on 15th Street. Make a right in to Maiden Lane - 20 meters. Then immediately left in to Parish Lane. Park.


Guest list:          Includes local and international surfers as well as the man known as a “modern 17th century master.” Sebastian Capella’s latest exhibition opened today at the Consulate General of Spain in Los Angeles [see below his bio which appears on the back panel of the incredible brochure]. Some of his other works will be on display at The Cave.


RSVP:              By email or call 858-792-2379 before Thursday Dec 7th. Please let us know how many of you are coming.





Sebastian Capella, a world-renowned Spanish artist, was educated classically at the School of Fine Arts in Valencia, Spain, where many fine Spanish artists have received their academic training. He has lived in La Jolla California for over thirty years and has taught oil painting to a loyal following of students.


Known by many as the "modern 17th century master," Capella is widely recognized in the United States and Spain for his portraits. His portfolio includes paintings of celebrities, business leaders, and heads of state - including the King, Queen, and Prince of Spain. His landscapes and still-lifes exhibit his passion in rendering the visible world in its freshness, richness, and vitality.


Over the years, Sebastian Capella has been honored with many awards including first prize in the National Portrait Seminar in Washington, D.C. His extensive work is included in some of the finest galleries and private collections around the world. Capella's paintings are currently on exhibit in his studios in La Jolla, California and in Valencia, Spain. He is currently represented by Portraits, Inc. on Park Avenue in New York.