When I opened the Bridge Street Inn e-mail I was pleasantly surprised. Linda Kessler, a professional fine arts pregnancy, baby, children, and family portrait photographer sent some photos she had taken while staying at the Bridge Street Inn. Linda’s work has been show cased many places including Pregnancy Magazine. Check out Linda’s portfolio at her website Focus Pocus. Thank you Linda!!!
Bridge Street Inn photo by Linda Kessler
Bridge Street Inn cottage photo by Linda Kessler
Brandon Follett, BSI owner, photo by Linda Kessler
Cambria street musician photo by Linda Kessler
Cambria, California has an eclectic art scene. An example can be found at the Painted Lily Gallery. Artist Sara Blair-Field takes the imagination to a new place with her sock monkey’s. To learn more about the Painted Lily Gallery and Sara’s work check out
Special thanks to Ginna Mueller for her assistance.
When a Bridge Street Inn guest asks about the local kite scene I tell them to plan an afternoon trip to Morro Bay. The community of Morro Bay is serious about kites. They throw the biggest kite party on the Central Coast.
Here’s a link to learn more about the Morro Bay Kite Festival held the last weekend in April. http://www.morrobaykitefestival.org
Stay at the BSI. Make a reservation for 2014. http://www.bridgestreetinncambria.com
OOOOOH limited addition kite t-shirt
Morro Rock, the perfect back drop for a kite party.
Kaitlyn graduated with a BA in Liberal arts from Malone University in 2011, with concentrations in Art, Communications, and Theology. She developed her painting portfolio while at Malone. The theme of her thesis was portraits of buildings, and the mood achieved by various structures. She also spent two years at the Cleveland Institute of Art in the sculpture department making works that focused primarily on form.
Kaitlyn has been apart of two group shows, “Man-Icon” in the summer of 2011 and “5×5” in the fall and winter of 2011. She has since been active with commission and various independent design projects. While interning at the Bridge Street Inn, she designed a postcard and sticker for the hostel’s promotional purposes.
Special thanks to Jackie Krokar for her assistance in the graphic design aspects.