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  • Fallbrook Library welcomes 2 new art exhibitions

    Updated Mar 9, 2023

  • The 155th annual American Watercolor Society travel show visits Fallbrook

    Updated Feb 9, 2023

  • Fallbrook Camera Club honors members' work

    Updated Feb 1, 2023

    2022 Fallbrook Camera Club Year End Awards List PROJECTED IMAGES COLOR 1st place Portrait of Pears Heidi Gauthreaux 2nd place Dawn Breaks on the Past Rick Gauthreaux 3rd place Daisy Hat Adrienne Myers HM-1 Running Free in Iceland Lin Craft HM-2 Mom and Kit MaryBrenda McQueen HM-3 Spectacular Sunset Mike Reardon HM-4 Morning wRicknGary in LaJolla Victor Santos HM-5 Dahlia Sunset Kat Fortenberry HM-6 Into the Vortex Ken Quigley MONOCHROME 1st place Floating Blocks Dennis Brown...

  • New art exhibits feature monochromatic pieces and animal sculptures

    Updated Jan 13, 2023

    FALLBROOK – Question: What is black and white and contemporary all over? Answer: The new fine art exhibition at the Fallbrook Library, January 17-March 3. Hosted by the Friends of the Fallbrook Library, the wall art in this show focuses on the absence of color. "Only Black and White" is a monochromatic display that is visually strong, honest and arresting. On the Reading Patio, "Anthropomorphic Congregations" is an amusing sculpture collection by Helen Schafer Garcia. Art...

  • Local artist wins 3 awards

    Updated Dec 28, 2022

    FALLBROOK – Karen Langer Baker's collage, "Nowhere to Hide," received a first place award in the Fallbrook Art Association's latest exhibit, along with a third place award for her watercolor painting, "Summer Heat." Artists are allowed to enter up to three pieces each month. Langer Baker's third piece earned an Honorable Mention. It is a monotype, titled, "Gourds on Display." Submitted by Karen Langer Baker....

  • 'Hello Autumn!' art wins awards

    Updated Nov 3, 2022

  • 'Art Under the Stars' benefits arts education and exhibition

    Updated Oct 13, 2022

  • Kids explore the arts at Live Oak Park

    Updated May 12, 2022

    FALLBROOK – Arts in the Park was back in full swing after a two year hiatus, Sunday, May 1. Rally for Children and the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District, along with all of their local partners, presented the entire community with a wonderful free, fun day of arts, crafts, live music, reptiles and magic. Some of the community partners have been sharing their time and skills for over 15 years, including Will Gratz, Bob and Diane Gravlin, Daniel Martinez and many...

  • Art center and FLC join in dedicating wildlife art

    Updated May 5, 2022

    FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Art Center and Fallbrook Land Conservancy kicked off a month-long Celebration of Nature last week with the opening of the center's "Our Natural World" show and the presentation of the newest sculpture at the Palomares House Sculpture Garden. These long-established nonprofits have enjoyed a wonderful history together establishing the nature art show and working together on Fallbrook's Art in Public Places program. The art show (open daily through May...

  • New library exhibit to feature art quilts

    Updated May 5, 2022

    FALLBROOK – "Material Magic: The Art Quilt," a spectacular art textile exhibition, opening May 9, is hosted by the Friends of the Fallbrook Library and is a must see. This show exposes viewers to the range of imagination, inventiveness and processes that art quilters go through to create their works. Abstracting and stretching the imagination leaves the viewer in awe of this special art form. Lori Anderson, Charlotte Bird, Marilyn Chaffee, Viviana Lombrozo, Kathleen McCabe...

  • Fallbrook Art Association hosts Plein Air Competition

    Updated Apr 29, 2022

    FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Art Association hosted its seventh annual Plein Air Competition and Show, April 9. Artists from all over Southern California, including one visitor from Wisconsin and another from Nevada, came to paint Fallbrook. Starting at The Gallery, 300 N. Brandon, the artists signed in and picked up a map of Fallbrook. Everything from restaurant buildings, wineries, farms, flowers, and parks were popular subjects. At 2 p.m., they all took their easels with...

  • Art gallery owners support equine rescue with proceeds

    Updated Apr 23, 2022

    Rick Monroe Special to the Village News When Brandon Gallery moved out of Fallbrook three years ago – after a 32-year run – property owners Ron and Crystal Wylie didn't want to see a shuttered business in downtown Fallbrook, especially before the Avocado Festival. In its place, they opened their own gallery, known as 105 n.main. It's also home for many of the family clocks which are for sale. Ron, long-time local architect, also repairs clocks, most commonly grandfather...

  • BWC art contest was 'In Good Hands'

    Updated Mar 26, 2022

    BONSALL – The Bonsall Woman's Club's program at its March general meeting featured the art works of members. Four members walked away with first place ribbons and one Best-in-Show ribbon for their entries. First place winners of the In Good Hands: Art Contest and Show were Barbara Chahbazian, fine arts; Elaine Davis, creative writing; Mary Jo Pfaff, photography; and Bev York, crafts. Davis was also awarded Best-in-Show for her fine arts entry by guest judge Mary Perhacs,...

  • Ragland painting wins 2 awards in TVAL show

    Updated Mar 17, 2022

    FALLBROOK – Jack Ragland recently ran across a 10 year old painting of his wife, Marilee, that he had started as a demo painting for an art association workshop but never completed. He said he didn't like the original painting very much, so he decided to repaint it, making many changes. Since they had returned from a trip to Italy, he decided to set her in romantic Venice with San Marcos in the background and a gondola approaching from the Grand Canal. This time he posed...

  • Inaugural 'Celebrate! Holidays & Family Traditions' art competition winners announced

    Updated Mar 4, 2022

  • Unseen art exhibition returns to Fallbrook Library

    Updated Mar 4, 2022

    FALLBROOK – “Mother Earth: Fragile Planet,” beginning March 7, is proudly hosted by the Friends of the Fallbrook Library and expresses hope and compassion for this planet despite the fear of climate change. This is the art show that was hung the day before the pandemic closed the library for almost two years. The 2020 unviewed and now expanded show can now be seen. This show is a tribute to Larry Miller, who curated the original exhibition with Kira Carrillo Corser....

  • World of Watercolor and Beyond is open at the Fallbrook Art Center

    Updated Feb 22, 2022

  • 'A Show of Hands' can be seen at the Fallbrook Library

    Updated Jan 13, 2022

    FALLBROOK – “A Show of Hands,” an exhibition from the team that brings library art shows to life, will open Jan. 17, hosted by the Friends of the Fallbrook Library. It may seem like the six shows per year magically appear on the library walls and patio but a great deal of behind the scenes effort goes into every show. Noreen Ring, Daniel Marquez, Christina Curiel, Joseph Curiel, Scott Thom, Steve Lee. Hajime Ohno, Joe Fedorchak, Ryan Clark and Carol Zaleski plan,...

  • Ragland paints Paris for 'Moulin Rouge' dance convention

    Updated Sep 8, 2021

    FALLBROOK – Jack and Marilee Ragland belong to the National Smooth Dancers Palomar Chapter. In 2014, Jack Ragland designed a 10' x 16' mural for the theme of the convention that year, "America the Beautiful." It was very popular and as a result, he has exhibited his paintings at several events of the organization. The San Diego Chapter has invited him to show 10 of his paintings of Paris at their next Coronation and Convention with the theme "Moulin Rouge." It has motivated...

  • Raglands paint homage to music

    Updated Aug 12, 2021

    FALLBROOK – Margaret Singleton O'Leary, a client, student, and friend, recently called Natasha Ragland and said, "Why don't you paint an 'Homage to Music'"? Ragland's first painting in response to this suggestion was a guitar, since her family had one laying around. Then one of her piano students loaned her his trumpet to use in a still life. She found the shiny complex trumpet an interesting challenge to combine with other textures and colors. The trumpet has many symbolic...

  • Artist Keith to conduct watercolor demonstration

    Updated Aug 7, 2021

    FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Art Association's guest artist for their Aug. 21 meeting will be Susan Keith. The critique, one work per person, will start at 9:30 a.m. at Crossway Church, at the corner of Reche and Stage Coach. Keith will then do a watercolor demonstration followed by a workshop after the lunch break. Call Carol Reardon to reserve your place, 760-221-5577. Keith is a native of California, born in Los Angeles. At a very early age, she showed an interest in the...

  • The 'Find Magnified' is open at art center

    Updated Aug 6, 2021

    FALLBROOK – The sixth annual Find Magnified Show at the Fallbrook Art Center features new hand-crafted works by regional artists. This exhibition and sale offers affordable, artful gifts in various mediums including jewelry, ceramics, glass, textiles, cards, and more. New items arrive daily. The art center is open daily through Sept. 5, Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sundays, noon-3 p.m. Admission and parking are free. The art center is located at 103 S. Main...

  • My worldview as a Sri Lankan American wildlife artist

    Updated Jul 23, 2021

    Gamini Ratnavira with Lisa A. Ratnavira At the age of 19, I became a self-taught wildlife artist in my native country of Sri Lanka. I was inspired by the beautiful rainforest country I grew up in and wanted to share the beauty and wonder of nature with those around me. I was fortunate to have raised a baby elephant named Maya, enjoyed my father Sardha's pet leopard and macaw, and a litany of wildlife around our home. At one of my first art shows in 1979, President JR Jayewarde...

  • Student band shines in 'House of Dreams'

    Elizabeth Youngman Westphal, Special to The Village News|Updated Aug 16, 2019

    San Diego Repertory has a hot musical running until the 25th of August called "33 1/3 House of Dreams." It's rock and roll at its very best and performed primarily by students. Gold Star Recording Studio was successful for 33 1/3 years. A long run for any business. With over 100 Top 40 hits between 1950 and 1984, partners Stan Ross as the chief engineer and Dave Gold lived and breathed their work and made their dreams come true. A part of that success was the "Wall of Sound."...

  • Art Expressions Summer Camp artwork is displayed at the library

    Updated Aug 5, 2019

    FALLBROOK – A new display of art will be exhibited in the Homework Center at the Fallbrook Public Library beginning in August. Each student in the Art Expressions Summer Camp taught by Marilee Ragland at the Fallbrook School of the Arts completed four or more projects, and most of the students have included one or more of these artworks in the exhibit. Each project was created with different media. Some were inspired by techniques and styles of artists such as Wassily...

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