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Library art show features watercolors


Last updated 7/17/2014 at Noon

FALLBROOK – The Friends of the Fallbrook Library are pleased to showcase the works of seven regional watercolor artists, now through Aug. 30. The show “Water Works” can be seen in the community room of the Fallbrook Library.

The artists represented are Diane Adams, Janice Cipriani-Willis, Linda A. Doll, Penny Fedorchak, Kay Kalar, r mike nichols, and Carilyn Vice. Each of these artists, individually passionate about watercolor, were especially selected to be featured for their unique approaches to the medium.

Of the seven, four teach classes locally but all participating artists have won major awards in water color shows both nationally and or locally.

Penny Fedorchak, curator/exhibitor for “Water Works” said she is honored to be working with such a distinguished group of fellow artists. “Watercolor often yields amazing surprises and each painting in this show delights the eye with great splashy color, wonderful composition and great story telling,” said Fedorchak. “These works are a joy to look at.”

The public is invited to attend the reception and meet the artists on Friday, July 18, 6 to 8 p.m., in the community room at the library. Music and light refreshments will be provided. The library is located at 124 So. Mission Rd.


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