|Picture (click to get larger picture)||Number||Date||Location||Description|
|1||Painted February-Mar 1997, dedicated on March 22, 1997||On back of Foli Chiropractic building. From Alvarado Street, look south across the parking lot behind the Art & Cultural Center||Designed by local artist Brett Stokes. It is a gigantic portrait of a native American, the scene depicting a red tail hawk, the guardian of the Great Spirit's creation, surveying the rolling land with a stern and watchful eye. It honors the local native people whose artifacts are found throughout the area.|
Angelo Lavado from Pala, a Native American spiritual leader, blessed and dedicated the mural. The mural was a team effort of Kathleen Gee, Neill Ketchum, Toni Inman and Elizabeth Yamaguchi. This mural group works without pay for the enjoyment of beautifying the town. (Ent 2/27/97, B1, and 4/10/97, A6.)
|2||?||On the Snack Shack in the Village Square.||It presents the flora and fauna of the Santa Margarita River Valley. Team effort of Kathleen Gee, Neill Ketchum, Toni Inman and Elizabeth Yamaguchi. (Ent 2/27/97, B1.)|
|3||Summer, 1997||South side of the Neeley Automotive building||"Main Street, Circa 1920", painted by Jim Fahnestock. The mural was sponsored by the Fallbrook Vintage Car Club and features several vintage cars of the l920 era. The painting was a composite of several photographs provided by the Fallbrook Historical Society. (email from Shirley Fahnestock 6/3/99).|
|4||May, 1998||Main Street Shoes||A giant tree celebrating the Fallbrook Treescape Project. Mural painted and designed by local artist Debbie Sievers and sponsored by the Mural Project.|
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