Arts - Image Gallery :: The Fallbrook Village News
|Spring art show a burst of color, talentApril 17th 2014
Carol Reardon, left, awards Tamara Couball first place in the oil/acrylic category for her artwork, “On the Way to Joe’s Cafe” at the opening reception of the Fallbrook Art Association’s Spring Juried Art Show.
At the opening reception of the Spring Juried Art Show on Friday, April 4, Beverly Thordarson, left, celebrates with artist Doris Wilke, who won the Thordarson Special Award for her watercolor, “Northern Sunset.” The show is sponsored by the Fallbrook Art Association.
From left, George Compton and artist Julie Compton visit with artist Susan Frommer. Julie Compton received an honorable mention for her work, “Mission San Luis Rey,” which was entered in the category Pastel, Pencil, Charcoal, Ink. Frommer received an honorable mention in the watermedia category for “Foggy June Afternoon in La Jolla.”
Fallbrook artist Bob Hahn stands by his oil painting, “Vince’s Flowers.” The art show is on display through April 27 at the Fallbrook Art Center, 103 S. Main Ave.
Artist Igor Koutsenko supplies the opening remarks and talks about his experience as one of the judges for the Spring Juried Art Show at the opening reception on April 4.
Eric Olander, left, with his red metal sculpture “Levitation” at left, visits with fellow artists Jill Cole, center, and Jim Helms, right. Olander won first place for his sculpture entitled “Breeze.”
Artist Robert Willis received first place for his watercolor, “Marsh Morning.”
Artist Carol Zaleski, left, receives an honorable mention for her entry, “Fantasy Figs” while at right, artist Janice Cipriani receives best of show for her work, “To Go Chef.”
Works of local art students chosen for exhibitMarch 13th 2014
|Fallbrook art students display their work which was on exhibit at the San Diego Art Institute (SDAI) in Balboa Park, from left, back row, Maura Romero, second grade with her abstract composition “Ocean”; Han Gustafson, third grade with his abstract “Red Creation”; Aiden Hallett, third grade with his brayer print “The Maze,” and Ella Perko, sixth grade with her collage “Shattered View of Me”; front row, Viviana Lasley, fourth grade with her glueline and pastel drawing “Paws at Rest”; Karlina Garcia, first grade with her tempera painting “The Native American”; Lena Gustafson, kindergarten, with her vegetable print composition “Flowers for My Friend” which received an honorable mention award, and Tulasi Castro, kindergarten, with her collage “Angler Fish” which won a third prize.
|Photographers display work at libraryJanuary 30th 2014
|Local photographers whose work is currently on exhibit at the Fallbrook Library include, from left, front row, Shirley Binn, Pat Robinson, Sandy Schiefer, Marjorie Weaver, Judy Jobe, Gladys Wark; back row, Neil Lakata, Christel Lakata, Chuck Boatman, Mike Mercado, Mike Reardon, Ed Lusby, and Jon Harwood. The show runs through the end of February in the community room at the library.
|Sipping, nibbling, and enjoying artAugust 22nd 2013
Steve Thibault, left, and Bill Budd discuss “Bite” choices with Phyllis Sweeney and Nancy McSheehy, right, during the Wine & A Bite event sponsored by the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce on August 16. Thibault and Budd were visiting the Salon One location and Sweeney and McSheehy were offering food prepared by Café des Artistes. See more photos on page B-1.
Dianna Branche, left, and her daughter, Lila MacDonald, watch as award-winning artist Jack Ragland works on a painting at Salon One during the Wine & A Bite Art Walk along Main Ave on Aug. 16. The events are sponsored by the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce.
Naomi Botterbaugh, second from right, and Lacy Schwartz, right, serve Chardonnay wine from Fallbrook Winery to, from left, Theresa Morris, Brian Kerley and Cathy Kerley during the Wine & A Bite Art Walk in Fallbrook. A sculpture by Jim Helms, created from car body parts, is in the background. Murphy and Murphy Southern California Realty hosted this location of the event.
Karyn and Tom Meriwether get ready to try the gazpacho and parmesan crostini prepared by Brothers Bistro and served at Brandon Gallery during the Aug. 16 Wine & A Bite Art Walk.
Artist Katinka Clementsmith works on a painting at
Tutto Dolce A Sweet Taste of Italy during the Wine & A Bite Art Walk event organized by the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce, which took place at various locations along Main Ave.
Colleen and Steve Aichle of Le Bistro restaurant serve gnocchi with sausage in cream sauce to Tasha Dubreuil-Marinier, right, during the Wine & A Bite Art Walk along Main Ave. Aug. 16. This segment of the event was located at Abigail’s Flower Co. & Bridal Boutique.
Students have art on display at Fallbrook LibraryAugust 1st 2013
Young artists, front row from left, Lena Gustafson, Kiana Gutierrez, Annalyn Stafford, Leini Liljestrand, Mathias Oseguera, Persia Rooseboom-Devries; back row from left, Han Gustafson, Daniel Himenez, Sophia Compton, Maylin DeLeon, Frida DeLeon, and Nicholas Oseguera have work on display at Fallbrook Library in August.
Art students, front row from left, Faye Cabales, Jacob Sherman, Alexandra Sherman, Johnny Dalrymple, Rose Wagner; back row, from left, Veronica Romero, Maiya Romero, Taryn O’Connor, Joey Meyer, Dillon Gard, and Jake Meyer will have their artwork on display at Fallbrook Library in August.