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Meetings, Demos and Workshops 2018

The Fallbrook Women's Club will be our new meeting place starting in January 2017, every 3rd saturday of the month.  Our new format will start at 9am, 9:30 Critique Session done by guest artist, one piece per member, 10:15 Business Meeting, 10:30 -12 pm Guest Artist Demonstration, Lunch followed by a Workshop from 1-4 pm for those interested

FAA Membership renewals are now due. If you have not paid yet, please bring a check made out to FAA for $45 to the meeting this Saturday, January 20, or mail ASAP to the address on the application form: http://www.fallbrookartassn.org/application.htm

FAA Announces Pastels Demonstration & Workshop by Lyndelle Stonick at May Meeting. The public is invited to the Fallbrook Art Association meeting Sat., May 19, at 9:30 am at The Fallbrook Women’s Club, 238 W. Mission Road. 

The meeting will include a critique by the guest artist for members’ paintings, one work each, from 9:30 to 10:15 am, followed by artist Lyndelle Stonick demonstrating a painting in pastels.

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Lyndelle Stonick  has excelled as an artist in drawing, painting , printmaking and as a fine jeweler. She has been gifted with a talent for art since early childhood, and  won her first award at ten, which was soon followed by countless First Place and Best of Show ribbons. Lyndelle is an honors graduate from CSUF, majoring in Fine Art.  While studying for her Masters, Fidelity Arts of Beverly Hills purchased and sold an edition of her prints nationwide. Lyndelle has been an exhibitor at the prestigious Laguna Beach Festival of Arts for seven years. Her work has been shown internationally, in prominent galleries as well as in art institutes and museums, including Siena Art Institute in Italy, San Luis Obispo, Oceanside and Laguna Beach Art Museums in California. Stonick has been featured in art books, newspapers and publications such as Southwest Art, Art Collectors Magazine, and The Pastel Journal. She has written articles, including one for Daniel Smith, produced a pastel DVD and has appeared on KOCE.
Recognized for her teaching ability, Lyndelle has taught classes in Drawing and Painting for Saddleback College since 1995.  Art organizations frequently seek her expertise as a demonstrator and judge.  She has shared her painting techniques for the Art Methods and Materials show as a professional artist, and continues to be a working artist , representing a number of well known art companies.   Lyndelle has competed in plein air competitions and won first place at Borrego Invitational and Paint San Clemente. Her passion for the pastel medium inspired her to become founder and first president of the United Society of Pastel Artists (USPA) in Southern California. Her work is on display at Front Porch Gallery in Carlsbad.  To learn more about Lyndelle or to join one of her private workshops go to her website at  Lyndelle.com
After Lyndelle’s demonstration, she will conduct a pastels workshop from 1:00 to 4:00 pm . The workshop is open to both beginners and advanced painters, members and non-members.  The cost for members is $40 ($35 to the artist, $5 to FAA), and the cost for non-members is $50 ($45 to the artist, $5 to FAA). 

 

To register, call Carol Reardon at (760) 731-6677. Participants need to register in advance by sending in checks to reserve a spot.  Reardon will then email a list of supplies to bring, and the class agenda.

 

 

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