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|Fallbrook 4-H now teaches the art of beekeepingNovember 20th 2014
William Pearson, 9, holds a beehive frame during the first Fallbrook 4-H beekeeping class on Nov. 10.
Beeswax honeycombs are on display during Fallbrook 4-H first beekeeping class on Nov. 10.
Beekeeping expert and Fallbrook 4-H beekeeping instructor Jeremy Pearson begins teaching 4-H students the basics of beekeeping, recalling a time when he was hit by a swarm of bees before he knew anything about them. The incident led to Pearson’s interest in bees and learning the craft of beekeeping.
Fallbrook 4-H beekeeping instructor Jeremy Pearson, left, explains beekeeping basics to Fallbrook 4H students.
Grace Bresnahan, 9, gets a close look at a honeycomb built by worker bees inside a nucleus box which is smaller than a normal beehive.
Fallbrook 4-H instructor Jeremy Pearson explains the usage of the smoker which calms bees defensive response – aiding the beekeeper when opening the hive to work in.
Fallbrook 4-H beekeeping instructor Jeremy Pearson, wearing a bee handling hat, explains the different types and the importance of protective beekeeping clothing.
Fallbrook 4-H beekeeping student Lindley Mason, 16, tries on a pair of bee handling gloves during the Fallbrook 4-H first beekeeping class on Nov. 10.
Galaxy of Glass show on display at Fallbrook Art Center through October 19September 11th 2014
Artist Lynn Leahy describes the process she uses to create her “reverse painted” glass pieces during the opening reception for the 2014 Galaxy of Glass show.
From left, Sherry Lugwig, Christine King, Steve King and Beverly Thordarson talk at the opening reception of the Galaxy of Glass show on Sept. 6.
Blown glass martini glasses created by Michael Hermann and Gina Luna of San Clemente.
Merrill Everett, founder of the Galaxy of Glass show, talks about the history of studio glass at the opening reception for the show on Sept. 6 at the Fallbrook Art Center.
Clear daisy pieces made of blown glass by Mad Art Glass, Vista. The items with the red dots were sold during the opening event.
Tornado vase, blown glass by Paul Counts, San Marcos.
Pictured at left is “Time to join the circus” and at right, “Blessings.” Both pieces are “reverse painted” glass created by Lynn Leahy, San Marcos.
Harlan Fischer, left, chats with blown glass artists Gina Lunn and Michael Hermann of San Clemente.
A pleasurable evening stroll at Wine & A Bite Art WalkJuly 3rd 2014
Watercolor artist Susan Keith paints a picture inside Brandon Gallery during the first Wine & A Bite Art Walk of the summer. The remaining two events will be held July 18 and August 15. See www.fallbrookchamberofcommerce.org for details.
Fabio Peraro, right, of Tutto Dolce, ‘A Sweet Taste of Italy’, hands a gelato sample to Mike McCaffery during the June 20 Wine & A Bite Art Walk.
Local artist Jack Ragland paints a portrait of his wife, Marilee, seated right, inside the Classic Flooring store during the Wine & A Bite Art Walk event.
Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce staff member Lacy Schwartz pours a glass of Coastal Ridge California Cabernet Sauvignon during the first Wine & A Bite Art Walk of the season on June 20 in the historic downtown area. The chamber sponsors the events.
Fallbrook Honorary Mayor Martin Quiroz chooses from the food provided by Peking Wok at the Wine & A Bite Art Walk on June 20.
Becky Varney, inside She She La Boutique, helps herself to some food provided by Major Market for the June 20 Wine & A Bite Art Walk. Attendees of the event strolled up and down historic Main Ave. to different stops for art, food, and wine.
Guests attending the June 20 Wine & A Bite Art Walk chat with robot artist Jim Behrman, right, inside Brandon Gallery.
Bob Hillery, left, of CR Properties hands a glass of wine provided by Fallbrook Winery to Wine & A Bite Art Walk attendee Annette Higby on June 20.
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.