Sipping, nibbling, and enjoying art


Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
Issue 34, Volume 17.


Sipping, nibbling, and enjoying art - Ken Seals photo. - 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.
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.

Sipping, nibbling, and enjoying art - Ken Seals photo. - 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.
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.

Sipping, nibbling, and enjoying art - Ken Seals photo. - 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.
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.

Sipping, nibbling, and enjoying art - Ken Seals photo. - 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.
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.

Sipping, nibbling, and enjoying art - Ken Seals photo. - 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.
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.

Sipping, nibbling, and enjoying art - Ken Seals photo. - 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.
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.


 

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Comment Profile ImageCathie Music
Comment #1 | Friday, Aug 23, 2013 at 8:40 pm
Hi:
I am Cathie Music and the pictures and articles were great. I got a chance to see my old friends Phyllis and Nancy and Colleen Aichle. I am enjoying Rosarity Beach; however will drop in when next I am up there.

Great show.

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