Enjoy Art in Sculpture and Food at Sabuku Sushi in San Diego - June 1 to June 21

BREAKING NEWS! Barbara will be exhibiting at the acclaimed Sabuku Sushi at 3027 Adams Avenue in Normal Heights, San Diego for three full weeks starting on June 1st.

Sabuku Sushi was one of the featured places on the Travel Channel’s Food Paradise series, recently for innovative takes on traditional sushi construction (such as the addition of bacon, [yes bacon] to sushi rolls).

Many thanks to Johnny Tran at Thumbprint Gallery in La Jolla for bringing Barbara's Whim of Iron sculptures and Sabuku Sushi's culinary art together. The pairing of Barbara McDonald's uniquely innovative wall sculptures with Sushi chef, Bob Pasela's artful sushi creations is nothing short of inspired.

Come to see Barbara’s work on display at this contemporary food venue and enjoy some of the best sushi, sake and specials in San Diego. Barbara’s wall sculptures can be seen every day over the three weeks between June 1st and June 21st from noon to closing.

Barbara will also be on-site at Sabuku all day June 3rd during the annual Art Around Adams festival. Come visit with her and enjoy!

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Welcome to Whim of Iron, featuring Barbara McDonald's one-of-a-kind steel wall sculptures. 

We hope you enjoy Barbara's unique artwork and will contact us with any questions.


phone. 1-760-439-0409

mail. 825 College Blvd., s/102-526, Oceanside, CA

email. bgmcdonald@cox.net


© 2016 by Whim of Iron/Barbara McDonald.  Whim of Iron is a trademark of Barbara McDonald.