San Diego's alternative art spaces rise, fall, and rise again"
by Susan Myrland - San Diego City Beat - November 13, 2013
Excerpt featuring Art Produce:
Lynn Susholtz’s North Park space Art Produce is one of the few alternative galleries with longevity. Susholtz purchased the building in 1999, renovated it and reopened it as an art gallery in 2001. She added a community garden in 2010, used for film screenings, workshops, art installations and events. A third renovation in 2012 expanded the gallery and made room for a café, creating a synergistic relationship between the tenants, restaurant and art.