Brandon Gallery ends the summer months and the local growing season with a special showing of floral fine art.
According to Noreen Ring, gallery director, the exhibition of Brandon resident artists’ art, most of which depicts floral scenes from the region, will be on display from Sept. 2-30, 2014, in the gallery’s Studio 105 wing. She said that a public reception will be held in the gallery Sat., Sept. 6, from 5-7PM and that many of Brandon’s presenting artists will be on hand to discuss their work. Ring noted that Brandon’s reception is held in conjunction with the opening for the Fallbrook Art Center’s glass exhibition the same evening.
Highlighting Brandon’s month-long show, Myrtle Creek Botanical Garden and Nursery will have special arrangements of blooming succulents in the gallery during September. Several Brandon plein air artists and photographers selected subject matter from this well-known local attraction for their art.
Brandon Gallery (www.fallbrookbrandongallery.org) 105 N. Main, one door off Alvarado in the Village of Fallbrook, is a non-profit artists’ cooperative with 26 artists representing many major creative disciplines. Each month artists from San Diego, San Bernardino and Riverside counties display hundreds of pieces of art that include textiles and sculpture, jewelry and gourd art, oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors and pastels, greeting cards, printmaking, photography and digital media and artist supplies. Brandon Gallery, a division of Fallbrook Arts, Inc., is open from 10AM to 4PM Tuesday through Saturday.