The Fallbrook Art Center is proud to offer a personal art experience since 1996. We are a distinguished, accessible, and welcoming nonprofit visual arts center. What makes us unique is the presentation of a wide variety of rotating exhibitions featuring works by nationally, internationally, and regionally recognized artists in a museum style setting with all works for sale.
A visually exciting Cafe' featuring a gourmet Mediterranean menu; wine, beer, specialty coffee drinks, and soda fountain treats at our historic soda fountain, one of only two that remain in San Diego County.
You may choose to stroll through the gallery while enjoying one of the Café's distinctive wine selections... a very pleasurable and unique experience awaits you in Fallbrook at the Café des Artistes.
Café des Artistes
103 South Main Ave.
Fallbrook, CA 92028
Photography through the years has now covered almost every concept of merit. These millions of photos have further covered ‘almost’ every angle, point of view, and lighting situation of the four seasons to the four corners of the Earth … but it is that incomplete ‘almost’ that keeps me exploring a discovery journey towards enlightenment through my eyes and the lens of my camera …my simplique impressions
"You as my observer, and as my critic, bear the responsibilty for interpreting my impresisons in your own unique way ... and thus by doing so, you become a participant in the overall creation of my artwork".
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.
Ariana Ayazi was born in Tehran, Iran where she lived until moving to London to study in 1971. Her formal art education began at Trent University in Nottingham, where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Textile Designs. She then proceeded on for post-graduate work at Manchester University, earning her Master’s Degree in Textile and Fashion. Ariana’s work consists of the combination of different Medias. She enjoys transferring her original designs onto fabric by utilizing threads of many colors, shades and complexities, mimicking what can be seen in the natural world. Ariana often combines painting with embroidery, using the hand and the machine, along with collages and batik inspirations to create three dimensional effects in her paintings of Lucius Landscapes, Garden Leaves and Fields of Flowers. First and foremost, Ariana’s subject matter is driven purely by her love of nature. firstname.lastname@example.org