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Proud to offer a personal art experience since 1996

9th Annual Artist Guild Show

Fallbrook Arts Center

Proudly Presents The

9th Annual Artist Guild Show

May 17- June 14

Juror for Selection and Awards
Hasuyo Miller, BFA, MA

Director's Statement

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, we are unable to present the 9th Annual Artist Guild Show in the gallery.

Instead, we present the show virtually in this online catalog of the 80 accepted works with the ability to purchase online!

We are very grateful to our Artists and Show Sponsors for their commitment and we thank you all for your support over the past 24 years and look forward to reopening the gallery in a safe manner.

Gratefully,

Mary Perhacs, Executive Director

Thank you to our Artist Guild Show Sponsors

 

Charles and Beverly Rikel

 

Marjorie and Jim Claborn
Meline Giannini
Karen and Jim Hall
Karen and Tom Morry

Diane and Paul Goldring Garrett
Liz Jamieson-Dunne

Wilma Creighton
Chuck and Mary Jo Bacik

Award Winners

Best of Show $1000 Cash Award

Hajime Ohno: 'Family at the Genghis Khan Barbecue' | oil

1st Place $750 Cash Award

Helen Beacham: 'Oblivious' | watercolor

2nd Place $500 Cash Award

Mike Reardon: 'Bob Weir Takes a Long Strange Trip' | photography

3rd Place $250 Cash Award

Tracy Skinner: 'Catching Fish' | printmaking

Honorable Mention $85 Cash Award

Dixon Fish: 'Flat, Tree, Winter' | acrylic paint and mixed media

Honorable Mention $85 Cash Award

Patricia Hartman: 'The Road Home' | digital painting on wrapped canvas

Honorable Mention $85 Cash Award

Kathleen Morgan: 'Out of Body' | acrylic

2020 Juror Statement

Hasuyo Miller | Temecula, CA | BFA, MA

Hasuyo Miller grew up in Hawaii and received her BFA from the University of Hawaii. Miller is grateful to have been exposed to a variety of cultural arts and excellent teachers and said, "It was a visual and exciting enrichment with perspectives from all over the world". Miller’s quest to further her learning led her to live and study in New Mexico, Texas, and eventually led her to California where she received her MA degree from San Jose State University in 1982. Miller has had the opportunity to teach at multiple colleges including the University of Hawaii, Palomar College and Mt. San Jacinto College. She is now a full time studio artist and gives workshop presentations. She believes exploration is a constant play of ideas and techniques and states that it is an honor to live and love the creative arts.

Show Juror

Hasuyo Miller | Temecula, California

Twin Souls "Dream Travels"

Porcelain and ceramic sculpture: This sculpture was carved from solid porcelain, embellished with ceramic stains and fired to 2100 degrees F. Patinas and oil paints were applied after firing. Leather, metal, and other media were used as additional enhance | 32 x 11 x 6

$2,500.00

Ariana Ayazi

Carlsbad, California | website | email | profile page

My work consists of the combination of different mediums. I enjoy transferring original designs onto fabric by utilizing threads of many colors, shades and complexities, mimicking what can be seen in the natural world. I often combine painting with embroidery using hand and machine along with collages and batik inspirations to create three dimensional effects. My subject matter is driven purely by the love of nature, luscious landscapes, garden leaves and fields of flower.

Ariana Ayazi | Carlsbad, California

Enchanted Forest

textile mixed media | 41 x 29

$1,200.00

Ariana Ayazi | Carlsbad, California

French Valley

textile mixed media | 20 x 30

$850.00

Ariana Ayazi | Carlsbad, California

Temecula Valley

acrylic | 20 x 30

$800.00

Helen Beacham

Summerville, South Carolina | website | email | profile page

I am overstimulated with visuals at every turn. I have no need for "setting up" a scene because I'm instinctively drawn to what's right in front of me at any given moment. (I must admit that my brain tends to tune out the modern and the new, instead grabbing hold of the old, the timeworn, and oftentimes the forgotten.)

Although my painting style is realism, I inject my personal feelings, which in turn softens and eases the approach for the casual viewer. I want to leave them feeling that I've shown them something they've not noticed or witnessed before.

1st Place $750 Cash Award

Helen Beacham | Summerville, South Carolina

Oblivious

watercolor | 30 x 22

$3,400.00

Helen Beacham | Summerville, South Carolina

Waiting

watercolor | 26 x 22

$3,800.00

Ellen Cramer

Fallbrook, California | email | profile page

While I’ve been creating things my entire life as a way of self-expression and exploration, it wasn’t until middle age I began doing it with oil on canvas then eventually experimenting with other materials leading recently to oil on board. Initially I tried photo realism, but quickly found a more relaxed style that gave me more freedom to express and develop the mood and the use of unusual subjects such as cows gives me further freedom of expression. This is especially true with a palette knife and the imaginative use of color. As I paint, my own mood expression is developed with the intention of that being easily perceived by my viewers but also with the hope of stimulating their own interpretation and mood.

Ellen Cramer | Fallbrook, California

Not Your Ordinary Bessie

oil | 10 x 10

$250.00

Ellen Cramer | Fallbrook, California

Persimmons Anyone?

oil | 16 x 20

$450.00

N. Dixon Fish

Fallbrook, California | email | profile page

Dixon’s artwork ranges from painting to theatre scenic design.  However, since his high school art teacher had the students make their own silkscreen, he has loved printmaking.   

Dixon has a Masters Degree in Fine Arts from Arizona State University.  He has taught studio art, art history and photography at the high school and college level. His artwork has been recognized with awards both regionally and nationally. Dixon is a member of The Fallbrook Art Center, Art Guild and the Los Angeles Printmaking Society.

Honorable Mention $85 Cash Award

N. Dixon Fish | Fallbrook, California

Flat, Tree, Winter

acrylic paint and mixed media | 60 x 24

$725.00

N. Dixon Fish | Fallbrook, California

Tree In Two Stages

linocut and mixed media | 36 x 12

$375.00

Marsha Gertenbach-Meers

Bonsall, California | website | email | profile page

I feel very blessed to have been given the ability to create a work of art out of a lump of clay with my own two hands. To sculpt the human form that portrays a message that can evoke a passionate response from the viewer is a precious gift, of which I am eternally grateful. The desire I have with the forms I create is to continue studying the many emotions of mankind and capture the spirit of them in my work that would touch the viewer to their very soul. It would make my life's mission on earth meaningful to know I have touched and enhanced another person's life through my art.

Marsha Gertenbach-Meers | Bonsall, California

The Second Angel

bronze with lucite and marble base | 26 x 15 x 8

$4,800.00

Patricia Hartman

Fallbrook, California | website | email | profile page

A few years ago, I became fascinated with (3D) modeling applications that let you create objects to be viewable from any direction. They allow you to reuse objects, since you can alter the appearance of an object to fit your needs. Of course, the time required to create the 3D object in the first place represents a large time commitment.

Once created from polygons, the objects can be combined in various ways. You can apply materials to 3D objects to create completely different ones. My work includes, landscapes, 1890's advertising art, old poster style art, seascapes, still life and fantasy.

Honorable Mention $85 Cash Award

Patricia Hartman | Fallbrook, California

The Road Home

digital painting on wrapped canvas | 16 x 20

$200.00

(SOLD)

Patricia Hartman | Fallbrook, California

Woodland Visitor

digital painting on wrapped canvas | 16 x 20

$175.00

Krista Heron

La Jolla, California | website | email | profile page

Some of us are lucky enough to find inspiration early in life. I’m very grateful to be a part of this minority. My journey has been one of constant and ever-passionate experiences with the arts. Being raised by photographers and art connoisseurs, my youth was filled with color. I was fortunate to have a great degree of exposure to many of the art forms that I now hold so dearly.

In 2014, kiln-formed glasswork came into my life as an outlet for some of the challenges that I was facing.

I look forward to sharing my work with you.

Krista Heron | La Jolla, California

Baby Got Back

kiln formed glass | 18 x 24 x .75

$4,500.00

Krista Heron | La Jolla, California

Blurred Lines, Blue

kiln formed glass float mounted and framed | 15 x 25

$1,500.00

Krista Heron | La Jolla, California

Round Em Up Vessel

kiln formed glass | 7.5 x 8

$895.00

Terry Lynn Hilacion

Oceanside, California | email | profile page

Terry is a Chouinard, California Institute of Arts graduate who became a production assistant for Walt Disney Productions.  She worked on the Wonderful World of Disney series in different locations including Nome, Alaska where she was inspired to produce her intaglio etching series.  She then moved to Hawaii to attend the University of Hawaii at Manoa to continue her graduate level studies.  She now enjoys painting and sharing her art experience through water media and acrylics.

Terry Lynn Hilacion | Oceanside, California

My Name is Willy

mixed watercolor media | 11 x 15

$435.00

Jonathan Kendall

Fallbrook, California | website | email | profile page

I have created 1400+ other digital artworks, photos, and traditional art pieces. I must create art. Art creates an experience that points at that which isn't able to be expressed in any concept. The experience of creation like other experiences cannot be summed up in any way that fully represents what happens as the art is worked on. How I am being during the creation of the art is what I am after in all moments. There is great value in sharing art and sharing my art is an opportunity to grow as an artist.

Jonathan Kendall | Fallbrook, California

Clever Strategy Covers Opening For Authenticity

digitally designed print made using only open source software | 20 x 40

$1,200.00

Jonathan Kendall | Fallbrook, California

Beautific II

digitally designed print made using only open source software | 24 x 35

$1,000.00

Dea Koepfle

Wildomar, California | email | profile page

I have been working in clay for over 20 years, I love the way it breathes when wet. I use underglazes to get my colors, found objects for the textures, and prefer hand building. Humor in my art is a must for me, to see my clients laugh is what i'm after. Art for me is freedom, happiness, and love.

Dea Koepfle | Wildomar, California

May I Help You?

glazed ceramic sculpture | 14 x 14

$275.00

Dea Koepfle | Wildomar, California

Kitty Kat

glazed ceramic sculpture | 12 x 12

$275.00

Carol Lindemulder

Borrego Springs, California | website | email | profile page

Carol paints the places where we live, and the places which we leave behind; the seeds we sow, and the fallow fields. Color is the language she uses to convey each place, each personal choice of home.

"Most of my paintings have a path…. A road, a river,
… a place from which to start the adventure.
Sometimes the path ends, showing the destination, but not there.
Sometimes the path disappears, leaving a mystery!
Sometimes, though the destination is there,… ..a tree, a town, a shore,
…there still remains the question, proceed or withdraw?
The path, and the question, are always in my mind."

Carol Lindemulder | Borrego Springs, California

Batiquitos Pampas Grass

oil on linen | 30 x 40

$3,000.00

Carol Lindemulder | Borrego Springs, California

The Indian I Know

oil on linen | 30 x 40

$3,500.00

Sonny Lipps

Fallbrook, California | website | email | profile page

My work is composed of earthy abstractions that take our natural world and turn it into something intricate and expansive. I reveal the magnified complexity of biological, physical, and social processes through bold and vivid use of color. Free flowing shapes echo the wild and complex patterns of nature, revealing a comparison between the micro and the macro, primal and contemporary, the scientific and spiritual. My work is a statement about the beauty, wonder, nuances, and order of nature while also about connecting to the primal/subconscious thread present in all humans.

Sonny Lipps | Fallbrook, California

Citrus Invader

acrylic on canvas | 30 x 24

$1,800.00

Sonny Lipps | Fallbrook, California

Fertility

acrylic on canvas | 40 x 30

$3,000.00

Sonny Lipps | Fallbrook, California

From the Deck

acrylic on canvas | 30 x 24

$1,800.00

Daniel Marquez

Fallbrook, California | website | email | profile page

My intention is to create works of art that draw the viewer into contemplation and engage them in finding meaning. I work with different styles in a combination that represents my point of view. I paint my vision of the environment using the experience of the past to create a conversation with my reality.

Images in my artwork are from my feelings of confusion, struggle, and faith including repetition to express the continuing occurrence of similar events. Memories of the past...Visions of the future.

Daniel Marquez | Fallbrook, California

Mariachi Ghost

bronze | 10 x 9 x 5

$5,000.00

Daniel Marquez | Fallbrook, California

Neo Morelos

glazed terra cotta | 25 x 19 x 15

$7,000.00

Daniel Marquez | Fallbrook, California

Xochipilli Fertility Goddess

bronze | 15.5 x 8 x 8

$8,000.00

Victoria Marquez

Fallbrook, California | website | email | profile page

Currently my art is a way to show the patterns of color and movement that I see and feel in the surrounding world. The wildness of nature when the wind blows and the beauty of the earth and it’s every element.

Victoria Marquez | Fallbrook, California

Rock Straw #11

mixed medium on canvas | 20 x 16 x 1.5

$425.00

Karen Moreland

Escondido, California | website | email | profile page

Currently I’m working on a series of oil stick and mixed media pieces with the theme of urban Deforestation. Oak branches, sycamores, and pines are my subjects. Some trees are skeletal in nature after fire or drought has damaged them. My style is expressionist.

Karen Moreland | Escondido, California

Georgia's Liquor, Escondido

oil | 48 x 60

$3,400.00

Karen Moreland | Escondido, California

Even Trees Bleed, Rainbow Fire 2012

oil and mixed media | 48 x 36

$2,800.00

Karen Moreland | Escondido, California

Aspen and Obsidian, Convict Lake

oil and mixed media | 40 x 30

$2,600.00

Kathleen Morgan

Fallbrook, California | website | email | profile page

I try to approach my art from unexpected points of view and with an attitude of spontaneity. My hope is that my own surprise of discovery will be conveyed in my finished work.

Honorable Mention $85 Cash Award

Kathleen Morgan | Fallbrook, California

Out of Body

acrylic | 20 x 24

$400.00

Kathleen Morgan | Fallbrook, California

Blue Kazoo

acrylic | 24 x 24

$600.00

Skip Newton

Fallbrook, California | website | email | profile page

Over the years, I have developed an appreciation for the juxtaposition of cast away objects and how they interact in an environment that binds them all together. Stacking and unstacking, welding and cutting, machining and twisting, painting and sandblasting – progressing from clutter and chaos, to something simple and structured. Lacking formal art training, I drawn upon my background as a mechanic, boat builder, inventor, and marine scientist to create pieces incorporating the natural beauty of found objects and common structural materials. Residing in Fallbrook, CA I grow avocados, and when inspiration strikes, I play the role of bricolage sculptor.

Skip Newton | Fallbrook, California

Sleepy Treble Clef with Whole Notes - the piece moves kinetically in the wind

black cast iron flywheel, stainless steel spheres and strapping | 37 x 27 x 12

$550.00

(SOLD)

Louis Nidorf

Fallbrook, California | email | profile page

My work starts with digital photography. I then alter the digital images with Photoshop filters. Finally, I print the images altering them still more to obtain my final works of art.

Louis Nidorf | Fallbrook, California

Black Beauty

digital photography | 16 x 16

$450.00

Louis Nidorf | Fallbrook, California

After The Fight

digital photography | 16 x 16

$475.00

Hajime Ohno

Fallbrook, California | email | profile page

(Hajime is pronounced "Haj-Mae")

I'm a native of Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan. I studied art/illustration & graphic art in the States in the 1980s. My favorite illustrators/painters include Howard Pyle, N.C. Wyeth, Frederic Remington and John William Waterhouse. My current projects consist of portrait drawings/paintings (animal or/and human) and oil paintings depicting rice farmers in early 1960s Hokkaido (which we were). The mediums I normally use are pencils and oils.

I find inspiration from a variety of different artists such as Alphonse Mucha, Hiroshige (Ukiyo-e artist), Gian Lorenzo Bernini, John Singer Sargent, John William Waterhouse, N. C. Wyeth, and Norman Rockwell.

While working on a new project, I hope to discover something new in the process, technically or thematically. When it happens, I try to incorporate that new discovery into that artwork. It does not happen often, but when it happens, it gives me extra fun and motivation.

Best of Show $1000 Cash Award

Hajime Ohno | Fallbrook, California

Family at the Genghis Khan Barbecue

oil | 27.5 x 43

$8,000.00

Hajime Ohno | Fallbrook, California

Jeanne Shanahan

oil | 17 x 14

$800.00

Hajime Ohno | Fallbrook, California

Pookie and Goldfish

oil | 14.5 x 17.5

$1,000.00

Ilona Peteris

Vista, California | website | email | profile page

The vibrant colors of the Southwest inspire and invite abstraction. My landscapes, not intended to define specific places, are abstracted images conducive to individual interpretation. Color is an emotional trigger for me and invaluable to my work.

Ilona Peteris | Vista, California

Tundra

acrylic | 36 x 36

$4,800.00

Ilona Peteris | Vista, California

Sedona II

acrylic | 36 x 36

$4,800.00

Nick Potter

Fallbrook, California | website | email | profile page

Inspiration comes from my dreams. When I awake, a strong desire to paint what I witnessed consumes me until I'm finished with the piece. It never turns out exactly how I imagined because when I start painting, my subconscious takes over and everything seems to fade away.

Nick Potter | Fallbrook, California

Illusions of Space

acrylic | 48 x 60

$1,800.00

Nick Potter | Fallbrook, California

Felicidad Arenosa

sand and acrylic paint | 48 x 60

$1,800.00

Marlene Rantanen

Fallbrook, California | email | profile page

My art and design education has come from a variety of sources. I have taken college level courses in design, ceramics and drawing and have done many ‘crafts’ along the way. More recently, I have taken workshops in Taos, NM hand-working silver for jewelry and fold forming copper in Fallbrook.

I enjoy combining hand-worked sterling silver and other metal elements with beads and stones in my work. The silver jewelry pieces and ornamented boxes I have been creating are usually inspired by the beads or stones I intend to use and also by textures and forms found in nature.

Marlene Rantanen | Fallbrook, California

Autumn Leaves

hand formed and textured fire colored copper w/ stone beads | 5 x 14 x .75

$175.00

Mike Reardon

Fallbrook, California | email | profile page

I am a 20 year resident of Fallbrook. Retired firefighter. Surfer. Home designer and remodeler. I have had a long interest in photography and got serious about it in the late 1990s. I spend a lot of time in and around the ocean. I am particularly attracted to beach scenes, especially sunsets over the ocean. I also take a wide variety of landscape, travel and animal photos. I have recently been doing photos of various rock and roll groups.

Prints are available.

2nd Place $500 Cash Award

Mike Reardon | Fallbrook, California

Bob Weir Takes A Long Strange Trip

photography | 20 x 20

$350.00

Mike Reardon | Fallbrook, California

A Walk At Sunset

photography | 18 x 27

$350.00

Mike Reardon | Fallbrook, California

Blondie Chaplin, Former Beach Boy

photography | 20 x 20

$350.00

Pam Rusch

Temecula, California | email | profile page

I consider my work to be a form of expressionism with a strong emphasis on color. I usually do not plan my paintings;each one is a new journey and discovery. My interactive way of painting is spontaneous and dynamic, where my imagination and freedom are large factors in its development. The continuous dialogue between me and the painting takes on many faces, like the passage of a good book, the notes of a great piece of music, or rhythmic dance steps. My passion lies in thinking outside the box and creating unexpected elements of surprise.

Pam Rusch | Temecula, California

Wright On

acrylic on paper | 18 x 22

$800.00

Pam Rusch | Temecula, California

House of Blues

acrylic on paper | 32 x 40

$1,200.00

Pam Rusch | Temecula, California

Autumn Equinox

acrylic on paper | 18 x 22

$800.00

Paul Sharrott

Oceanside, California | website | email | profile page

I enjoy creating heirloom art from your old broken unused surfboard. I can make a personalized design or create a beautiful tropical scene if you prefer. Mermaids, turtles, geckos, palm trees and oceans etc. are my favorites. Scenes are done in real stained glass with the main features being fused glass which is created in a kiln.

Paul Sharrott | Oceanside, California

Heart of the Ocean

recycled surfboard with stained and fused glass | 72 x 18 x 2

$1,950.00

Paul Sharrott | Oceanside, California

Sunny the Gecko II

recycled surfboard with stained and fused glass | 72 x 18 x 2

$2,150.00

Jeffrey Siegel

San Diego, California | website | email | profile page

Working in clay is a life-long passion for me. The movements of shaping a ball of clay into something wonderful on the potter’s wheel is a series of exciting actions and reactions. Like having a conversation with my artwork, it is common for me to say "the clay speaks to me", launching me into artistic expression. It is the process of creating something from nothing that inspires me.

I have my own studio in Mission Hills and I can be found there still moved by the joy I have in creating unique artwork.

Jeffrey Siegel | San Diego, California

Icarus Rising

white porcelain clay | 15 x 9.5 x 9.5

$1,350.00

Tracy Skinner

Murrieta, California | email | profile page

I am a Canadian born artist with a BA in Photography and Fine Art from California State University, Long Beach. I worked in visual design for corporate theater and as an educator for many years before retiring to the beautiful Santa Rosa Plateau. I am a print maker and digital artist who volunteers at the Irvine Fine Art Center’s printmaking studio. My work is inspired by my faith in God and my inner struggle to find God’s truth in a world that is often perplexing. Sometimes contemplative, sometimes whimsical, sometimes ambiguous.

3rd Place $250 Cash Award

Tracy Skinner | Murrieta, California

Catching Fish

printmaking | 18 x 22

$275.00

Tracy Skinner | Murrieta, California

Stand Tall and Lead

printmaking | 20 x 20

$275.00

Tracy Skinner | Murrieta, California

Everything Under the Sun

printmaking and colored pencil | 22 x 18

$275.00

Vita Sorrentino

San Diego, California | email | profile page

Every artist has his or her own individual vision; I consider myself a painter who deals in contemporary subjects. Watercolor was my first love but lately I have begun to work with acrylics, gouache, inks, collage papers and more in order to expand my creativity.

I normally work on paper but now I also use canvas and other surfaces; Experimenting is my greatest challenge. My ultimate goal is to further realize my potential and to contribute to society those things that are beautiful and touch the soul.

Vita Sorrentino | San Diego, California

Madam B

watermedia | 21 x 26

$1,200.00

Vita Sorrentino | San Diego, California

Madam B 3

mixed media | 27 x 22

$1,100.00

Kathleen Thoma

Rancho Santa Margarita, California | website | email | profile page

My recent work has been a return to an intersection of dreaming, spirit, and the creative impulse. I use many layers, stopping and starting again while I listen to what each image calls for as it comes into being. These images are pieces of my many dreams. My images are also plucked from nature’s kind inspiration. I share them out of an inner compulsion which all artists’ experience.

My primary medium of expression is currently monotypes. However I am constantly exploring with relief, chine colle and collagraph.

Kathleen Thoma | Rancho Santa Margarita, California

The Interlace System

monotype and chine colle | 10 x 8

$325.00

Jan Trabin

Temecula, California | email | profile page

In Jan's college years, 1956-1960, at Long Beach City College and graduating from UCLA art department, she found her love of developing art from found objects. This was long before the current interest in this process. Opportunities developed in the Interior Design industry leading to her founding of JTA in 1980er to the trade showroom became a go to place for its unique collection of contemporary/ethnic home furnishings and art. Jan retired in 2012 from the world of business and devoted full time to her passion, finding harmony in putting together "stuff"

Jan Trabin | Temecula, California

Happy Road

colorized wood burning w/ metal accents and natural reeds | 10 x 39

$325.00

James Wallace

Fallbrook, California | email | profile page

I like to paint realistic looking landscapes on mdf (medium density fiber board) or canvas but I have painted on metals (saws). I mainly use oils and acrylics.

James Wallace | Fallbrook, California

Low Light At Yosemite Falls

oils on MDF | 12 x 12

$288.00

James Wallace | Fallbrook, California

Running River, Santa Margarita County Preserve

oil on canvas | 24 x 36

$1,728.00

(SOLD)

James Wallace | Fallbrook, California

Sunset at Redondo Beach Pier

oil on MDF | 16 x 16

$512.00

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