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Bob Burton Gallery Changeout to be announced

The upcoming changeout at Bob Burton Gallery is in less than two weeks. If you cannot pick up your work during the following time, please arrange to have someone pick up for you. Next changeout will be September 1.
TIME:      Drop-off and pick-up of art work. If you have work in the current exhibit, or are submitting work for the new exhibit, you must do so during these hours.
VENUE:    Fallbrook High School, 2400 Stagecoach Lane at South Mission. Go to the Bob Burton theater, which is located east of the admin buildings beside the baseball field.
NOTE: Do not park in the red “NO STOPPING OR PARKING FIRE LANE ZONES” directly in front of the theater. You may be ticketed if you do.  
LIMITATIONS:  This is not a juried event, however, we cannot accept more than 36 pieces due to space limitations. Works will be accepted on a “first-come-first-served” basis. This opportunity is open to FAA members only.  There is no show theme, but works depicting the performing arts are particularly welcome.
ELIGIBILITY:  A limit of two (2) pieces per entrant. A $5 fee for each piece submitted (cash or check made out to the Fallbrook Art Assn.), is due upon submission. All works will hang for a 3-4 month period and may not be removed before the next change-out except by special request. All works must be suitable for general viewing. Any work deemed not suitable will not be accepted into the exhibit. All media accepted with the exception of 3-D. Paintings must be dry, properly framed, and ready to hang with wire attached. No saw-tooth hangers are allowed. Artist name, phone number, email, title of work, medium and price (if for sale) must be affixed to the back of each submittal.
SALES: All inquiries regarding sales will be handled through Carol Reardon.  The artist is responsible for all sales transactions including sales tax in the event of a sale.
INQUIRIES:  Bill Rupp, bill@hitekdesigns.com



Food Art and Metal Art

At the library “Farm to Frame” is a deliciously unusual exhibit of 35 paintings and photographs featuring good eats!  Twelve locally famous artists display their gastronomic art.  On the Reading Patio Randy Doering has a display of stupendous metal sculptures and for the first time we are able to show a beautiful hanging mobile.  It is quite a show and you are especially invited to the reception next Friday, March 23 from 6—8 pm.  The art will whet your appetite for some small bites and drinks.  Stephen Eldred will provide guitar music.

Art display is available from March 18 through May 11

Newsletter for more showing around...

The Art Center at Fallbrook and their sister facility, the Art Studios of Fallbrook, is always on the lookout for artists to enter shows, teach, do a demo or participate in a festival, etc. For further information contact Mary Perhacs, Director of Exhibitions, Art Center at Fallbrook 760-728-1414-artcenter@fallbrookart.org or Brigitte Schlemmer, Executive Director, Art Studios of Fallbrook 760-728-6383 or www.artstudiosoffallbrook.com

Art Supplies

Brandon Gallery sells artist-quality supplies from a dedicated space in the gallery.
Some of the products currently stocked:

The Brandon Gallery adds new products often.   Gallery Hours:  Tuesday - Saturday 10 - 4 pm


JP Framing

Location:  105 N. Main Avenue, Fallbrook 760-723-1330.




Plein Air Painting Groups

Wednesday Morning: Marlene Sheridan at 760-731-3064.

Rich Stergulz conducts plein air paint-outs on Thursday mornings in various locations.
Please check with him for specific dates and fees.
951-526-8055 www.stergulzart.com