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Art by the Inch announced at Brandon Gallery


Last updated 2/8/2019 at 3:39pm

Artists Susan Keith and Dianne Jansen show how it works at Brandon Gallery's Art by the Inch.

FALLBROOK – Brandon Gallery will begin its sixth fundraiser "Art by the Inch," April 1, and will celebrate the rich agricultural character of Fallbrook. The painting will begin April 1, and it will go on sale at a reception and pre-sale, April 13. Sales continue through May.

Brandon Gallery artists will collaborate to create a 30-foot-long work of art, combining all the artists' unique styles in a work that depicts Fallbrook's agricultural life and legacy. The public is invited to stop in and watch the painting progress and talk to the participating artists. Any time after April 13, buyers can select a portion to purchase for one dollar per square inch. Pre-cut mats will be available, as will member artists, to assist in the selection of an individual piece of art. JP Framing, located within the gallery, has framing options specifically for ABI and specially priced for the event.

Since the first Art By The Inch event in 2009, more than 600 pieces of quality art have been sold from these unique collaborative works.

Brandon Gallery is located in the heart of the village of Fallbrook, is an artists' cooperative with a 40-year history and represents local, regional and national artists of a variety of disciplines including oil, acrylic and watercolor painting, photography, pastel, printmaking, digital media, sculpture and jewelry. Brandon Gallery, located at 105 N. Main Ave. in Fallbrook, is a division of Fallbrook Arts Inc. a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Call (760) 723-1330, email for more information or visit

Submitted by Brandon Gallery.


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