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Classical and contemporary art on display at the Fallbrook Library


Last updated 11/26/2017 at Noon

“Rife with Life” by Diane Adams is one piece on display during the Friends of the Fallbrook Library’s two art shows, currently hosted in the community room and the reading patio.

FALLBROOK – The Friends of the Fallbrook Library is hosting two art shows from Nov. 19 to Jan. 6, with a reception to be held Dec. 1.

On the reading patio, Manuelita Brown exhibits classical bronze sculptures, and in the community room, seven Mira Costa art faculty members present contemporary art involving a melange of media and methods.

Diane Adams, Yoshimi Hayashi, Peggy Jones, Leslie Nemour, Anna O’Cain, Dean Ramos and Tony Richards are variously involved in teaching drawing, painting, ceramics, 3D art, printmaking and photography.

Each of the educators creates art in the studio beyond the basics that they teach, and each employs unusual methods or media to express their personal visions.

These two exhibits will provide a thought-provoking contrast of classical and contemporary art.

The reception will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1 for guests to meet the artists and enjoy live music and refreshments. The community is welcome free of charge. The library is located at 124 S. Mission Road.


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