The Fallbrook Art Association meeting is at the Fallbrook Woman's Club, located at 238 W Mission Rd. in Fallbrook, every 3rd Saturday of the month. It begins at 8:45 am with a 9:15 critique session done by guest artist, members are encouraged to bring one piece of their artwork to be critiqued by the guest artist. A 10:15 business meeting is followed by 10:30 -12 pm Guest Artist Demonstration, lunch break then a Workshop from 1-4 pm for those interested. The public is invited to join with member artists at these meetings.
If you painted a 6” x 6” canvas for the silent auction at the fundraiser, PLEASE BRING TO MEETING.
Forms for new gallery sponsorships and renewals will be available at the meeting.
Next Meeting: September 21, 2019
FAA to Welcome Watercolor Artist Lisa Fu at September Meeting
Largely a self-taught artist, Lisa has developed and established her own style of impressionist to express the beauty of nature by painting shapes of light and color using loose and fresh brushstrokes. After Her demonstration, Lisa will conduct a Watercolor painting 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 email participants a list of supplies to bring, and the class agenda.
Lisa Fu Bio
Lisa's paintings are inspired by her travel experience and the Southern California coast. Her art highlights the simple beauty found in nature and life: the bright sunlight, blooming flowers, falling leaves, beautiful sunsets, busy city streets, green vineyards, oceans and small villages in Provence.
Influenced by her architect father, Lisa has loved drawing and painting since her early childhood. She studied sciences in college earning a graduate school placement in Japan where she then earned her PhD in Molecular Biology. Fu worked as a research scientist in China, Japan and France prior to moving to the United States in 1998. Lisa was deeply inspired by the French Impressionists and fascinated by the Fauvists, such as the vibrant work by Henry Matisse while living and working in Paris.
Lisa's paintings are inspired by her travel experience and the Southern California coast.
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