Coleen Freeman, owner of Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelry, and Fine Art artist Todd Krasovetz, along with his business partner and Rancho Santa Fe resident Steve Brower, will host an event on Thursday, May 2, from 5-8 p.m. in the courtyard behind Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelry, located at 6024 Paseo Delicias in Rancho Santa Fe.
In celebration of Mother’s Day (May 12), a percentage of proceeds from sales at the event on May 2 and throughout the month of May will benefit the “Mommy and Me” program administered by the Armed Services YMCA at Camp Pendleton. The event will commemorate the grand re-opening of the jewelry store at its new location on Paseo Delicias and the grand opening of artist Todd Krasovetz’ interactive studio and art gallery. Appetizers provided by Dinners by David and La Reine des Macrons, wine, entertainment by Ean Corbett, opportunity drawing and a miniature military F18 jet display will be offered. The event is free and open to the public, however, reservations are required. To RSVP, contact Kourtney Krasovetz at 619-730-8104 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, April 29.
Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelry was established 30 years ago and specializes in a variety of services, including the acquisition, consignment and sale of gold, diamonds, watches and all other precious metals and gemstones. The inventory of items for sale is an eclectic selection of new, antique and designer pieces. The store features an on-site Master Jeweler with 30 years’ experience in his trade and is qualified to create a wide variety of custom designs. Other services offered include expert cleaning, re-sizing, jewelry and watch repair, pearl re-stringing and appraisal capability. Owner Coleen Freeman has 25 years’ experience in the jewelry business. During this time, she has refined her taste and technical expertise in the industry. In the five years she has owned Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelry she has become a mainstay in the community and has established an impeccable reputation for her integrity and sincerity.
American artist Todd Krasovetz was born in Frankfurt, Germany and is internationally renowned for his contemporary abstract expressionism style of painting. Krasovetz’s influences can be tied back to the works of Sargent, Matisse, Van Gough and Pollock. Krasovetz is also recognized for his military artwork; two of his paintings, titled “Wings of Hope” and “Hidden Wings,” that depict Navy corpsmen in action were commissioned for the set of the Lifetime TV show “Army Wives.” The original paintings are on permanent display at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton and the Corpsman Field Training Center on base. “Army Wives” features hand-painted prints of the originals. Todd’s business partner, Steve Brower, is an art aficionado, as well as an accomplished pilot who flew as a Captain for American Airlines for 25 years and who now flies a private corporate DA10 aircraft.
The Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) “Mommy and Me” program is a preschool parent network guided by ASYMCA preschool teachers that provides parents of toddlers from 18 months to 5 years old with tools that enable them to begin and sustain their young child’s educational development. ASYMCA Lil’ Friends and Kindertyme programs emphasize kindergarten readiness, socialization and positive parent/child interactions. Both programs meet twice a week for one hour and are offered at various locations throughout Camp Pendleton.
Call 760-385-4921 or visit https://www.camppendletonasymca.org/services.html. For additional information regarding Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelers, log onto www.ranchosantafejewelers.com, call 858/756-4047 or email at email@example.com. Todd Krasovetz may be reached at 619-490-9985 or through his website at www.toddkrasovetz.com.