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Southern California artists support Fallbrook children's art program

FALLBROOK – Over 50 Southern California artists will participate in “The Small Side of Life,” a miniature painting show at the Pinnell Gallery, 124 N. Main Street. The collected entry fees are being donated to the Fallbrook School of the Arts Children’s program.

The reason for the show is two-fold. First it was developed as a chance for professional artists to help future artists by donating their entry fees to a great art program at the Fallbrook School of the Arts. Secondly, it is a venue for artists from all over Southern California to come to Fallbrook and experience this great art community. Several of the students’ art works will grace the front window of the gallery during the show.

“As a non-profit arts education facility we are very grateful to Rich Stergulz of Stergulz Fine Art, Jennifer Paprock of Pinnell Gallery and all the participating artists for producing this show that will benefit the children’s programs at Fallbrook School of the Arts,” said Director Brigitte Schlemmer.

The opening reception for the miniature show is Saturday, September 18 from 4 to 7 p.m. and the paintings will remain up until October 16. There is no charge and all are welcome.


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