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On display at Brazen Art, wall art entitled Guardian of the Portal. Made from Avocado wood and polymer clay by JASH designs (Jan Greenwald and Sheri Schwarzweller).
On display at Brazen Art, wall art entitled Guardian of the Portal. Made from Avocado wood and polymer clay by JASH designs (Jan Greenwald and Sheri S...

“Home Grown” art show to feature unique variety

Thursday, April 4th, 2013
Issue 14, Volume 17.
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FALLBROOK – Fallbrook’s newest art establishment, Brazen Arts, at 217 E. Alvarado Street, will feature an art show called "Home Grown" on Saturday, April 6 beginning at 5 p.m. The theme is open to artist interpretation, but will feature many local artists.

Some of the artists that will be showing work include Sheri Schwarzweller, Jan Greenwald, Brett Stokes, Nicholas Kilborn, Maisy May Marrs, Brian Russel (age 16), Delany Rosado (7 years old), Steven Steinberg, and Robert McGraw, three of whom had their art gallery debut in previous months at Brazen Arts. Two artists who will show their work for the first time will be Zarica MacDonald and Aisha Lund.

Brazen Arts has featured over a dozen artists who have shown their work for the first time, half of them under the age of 18.

With a special focus on educating and encouraging young artists, Brazen Arts works in partnership with Bigfoot Art Elite Program, an "invitation only" mentoring program in Temecula for extremely talented youth. The program focuses on refining and directing artistic talent to prepare them for art careers. The students get gallery experience at Brazen Arts as each becomes a featured artist (one wall is reserved for them), as well as participating in occasional group shows.

Future events include a free resin jewelry workshop on April 7, a color workshop on April 28, and artist events on the evenings of April 13 and 27, where artists can come and create, brainstorm, and share their art with others, whether they are poets, visual artists, or musicians.

"Our vision is to foster creativity throughout the community for all ages and experience levels," said Katinka Clementsmith.

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