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Fallbrook Art in Public Places

Art In Public Places (APP) is a program designed to create artistic harmony between the buildings, landscaping and open spaces.  Its purpose is to serve the people of the community and visitors by bringing art into our daily lives with murals and sculpture. The goal of APP is to stimulate the vitality and economy of Fallbrook through cultural tourism and to enhance its standing as a regional leader in the arts.

 
The New Piece

"Roots"
by Melissa Ralston


Roots replaced a painted mural of an oak tree that was painted in 1998 to honor the work of Save our Forest and the Fallbrook Land Conservancy. A request for a new proposal was sent out by Fallbrook Art in Public Places in the fall of 2011. Melissa Ralston's submission was chosen from a group of entries. Roots is a 16x20 metal sculpture that will be part of Fallbrook's Art in Public Places art collection for years to come.

 

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Fallbrook Art in Public Places 103 South Main Street, Fallbrook, California 92028 | Phone: 760.731.9584
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Fallbrook Art in Public Places is a division of Fallbrook Arts, Inc., a non profit 501(c)3 corporation.
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