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“Steampunk-Ado,” created by Denise Gillen of Fallbrook, won first place in the 3D category of the 2014 Art of the Avocado contest. Winning entries are on display until April 25 at Brandon Gallery, 105 N. Main Ave.
“Steampunk-Ado,” created by Denise Gillen of Fallbrook, won first place in the 3D category of the 2014 Art of the Avocado contest. Winning entries are...
Kathy Klein of Escondido won first place in the ninth annual Art of the Avocado contest, 2D category as well as the overall People’s Choice award with “Murray, the Avocado Bandit.” The competition was held April 5 at Brandon Gallery in Fallbrook.
Kathy Klein of Escondido won first place in the ninth annual Art of the Avocado contest, 2D category as well as the overall People’s Choice award with...
From left, Dr. Tatsuya Suda, his wife singer/songwriter Rita Coolidge, and Avocado Festival co-chairman George Archibald attend the Art of the Avocado contest on April 5 at Brandon Gallery.
From left, Dr. Tatsuya Suda, his wife singer/songwriter Rita Coolidge, and Avocado Festival co-chairman George Archibald attend the Art of the Avocado...
Art of the Avocado contest sponsor Fallbrook Propane Gas Co. is represented by Meredith Gordon, left, and Merrill Everett.
Art of the Avocado contest sponsor Fallbrook Propane Gas Co. is represented by Meredith Gordon, left, and Merrill Everett.
Art of the Avocado judges and collectors Jon Frandell and Teri McCrea admire one of the many pieces on display inside Brandon Gallery.
Art of the Avocado judges and collectors Jon Frandell and Teri McCrea admire one of the many pieces on display inside Brandon Gallery.
Artists winning first, second, or third place awards in the Art of the Avocado contest include, from left, Kim Fiori, Stephanie Wheeler, Denise Gillen, and Kathy Klein. Not pictured: Krista Timberlake and Linda Eastom.
Artists winning first, second, or third place awards in the Art of the Avocado contest include, from left, Kim Fiori, Stephanie Wheeler, Denise Gillen...
Fallbrook Chamber past president Gary Shimer casts a vote for one of the Art of the Avocado entries at the contest held April 5.
Fallbrook Chamber past president Gary Shimer casts a vote for one of the Art of the Avocado entries at the contest held April 5.
Judges admire and cast their votes on artwork in both 2D and 3D mediums during the 9th annual Art of the Avocado contest held April 5 at Brandon Gallery in Fallbrook.
Judges admire and cast their votes on artwork in both 2D and 3D mediums during the 9th annual Art of the Avocado contest held April 5 at Brandon Galle...
Before casting his vote, Bob Renteria takes a close look at one of the many pieces entered in the Art of the Avocado contest on April 5.
Before casting his vote, Bob Renteria takes a close look at one of the many pieces entered in the Art of the Avocado contest on April 5.
Artist Daniel Martinez explains the creative process involved in his 3D art piece entered into the Art of the Avocado competition.
Artist Daniel Martinez explains the creative process involved in his 3D art piece entered into the Art of the Avocado competition.
Kim Fiori of Menifee won second place in the 2-Dimensional Category for “Forgotten Treasure.” She also won the Chamber of Commerce Award for this.
Kim Fiori of Menifee won second place in the 2-Dimensional Category for “Forgotten Treasure.” She also won the Chamber of Commerce Award for this.
“Poodlecado,” created by Krista Timberlake of Vista won third place in the 2-Dimensional Category.
“Poodlecado,” created by Krista Timberlake of Vista won third place in the 2-Dimensional Category.
Linda Eastom of Fallbrook won second place for her “Avocado Gold” entry in the 3-Dimensional Category.
Linda Eastom of Fallbrook won second place for her “Avocado Gold” entry in the 3-Dimensional Category.
“Jewels of Fallbrook,” created by Stephanie Wheeler of Fallbrook took third place in the 3-Dimensional Category and won the Holy Guaca-Moly Award.
“Jewels of Fallbrook,” created by Stephanie Wheeler of Fallbrook took third place in the 3-Dimensional Category and won the Holy Guaca-Moly Award.

Art of the Avocado celebrates Fallbrook’s green gold for ninth year


Thursday, April 17th, 2014
Issue 16, Volume 18.


2014 Art of the Avocado

Winner’s list:

2-Dimensional

First Place – "Murray, the Avocado Bandit" by Kathy Klein of Escondido

Second Place – "Forgotten Treasure" by Kim Fiori of Menifee, who also won the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce Award

Third Place – "Poodlecado," by Krista Advertisement
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Timberlake of Vista

3-Dimensional

First Place – "Steampunk-Ado" by Denise Gillen of Fallbrook

Second Place – "Avocado Gold" by Linda Eastom of Fallbrook

Third Place – "Jewels of Fallbrook" by Stephanie Wheeler, who also won the Holy Guaca-Moly Award

Director’s Award

"I Luvs Ma Avocado!" by Kim Fiori of Menifee


 

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