Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post See Image Gallery. Local ceramic artist Richard McDonnell leads a discussion on ceramics and demonstrates the use of a potter Susie Dole prepares to add a personal touch to the Volkswagen hood designed to be used as yard art at the Growing Public Art fundraiser on March 16. Materials and inspiration for the project were supplied by Fallbrook artist Jim Helms. Artist/printmaker Dixon Fish demonstrates how a printing plate is made to John Snadden. Tahnee Gehm Eva Raines, left, and Cheryl Lindberg thumb through a stained glass pattern book in search of ideas at the Growing Public Art fundraiser March 16. With more of his artwork on display on the wall behind him, artist Igor Koutsenko works on a painting at the Growing Public Art fundraiser. With Ken Quigley, left, watching the process, artist Dixon Fish makes a print using a printing press and plate created during a demonstration at the Growing Public Art fundraiser. Artist Igor Koutsenko demonstrates his technique for Sten and Beverly Thordarson and their friends. Carol Becker, Jim Pryzwara and Phee Sherline Local ceramic artist Richard McDonnell chats with Chanalin Prina after a demonstration at the Growing Public Art fundraiser on March 16. Growing Public Art annual fundraiser an educational experience added by Newsroom on March 20, 2014 View all posts by Newsroom → 3 Responses to "Growing Public Art annual fundraiser an educational experience" Lee March 21, 2014 at 9:55 am Art is the expression of one human being to another, "I love you." Thank you, Fallbrook School of the Arts and all artists for what you do. You are real heroes. Reply Ruth Andre April 2, 2014 at 11:45 am Wonderful program and some interesting artists. Reply Lydia Vogt April 4, 2014 at 10:30 am Looks like a wonderful show. Wish I’d known. Keep up the good work. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.