Join us as we celebrate Tesla Xclusive Tours’ Grand Opening with a Ribbon Cutting!
Speaker: Dr. Maisara Rahman
Topics to include:
*What is Diabetes Mellitus (DM)
*Complications of DM
*How better manage your diabetes
*How to prevent Diabetes Mellitus type II
and much more!
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Join us as we celebrate Galway Spirits’ official grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony!
Temecula Mayor Matt Rahn stated, “The City’s 2018 theme, Temecula SAFE, presents a great
opportunity for the city to host an event where families, including kids of all ages, can meet Temecula
police officers and firefighters, take photos, and learn about the important job they undertake daily to
keep Temecula safe.”
Festivities will include a Kids Fun area, emergency response informational booths and
demonstrations, and food trucks serving delicious treats. The Temecula Education Foundation is
partnering with the city for the Touch a Truck portion of the event including a special No Noise Sixty
Minutes, from 9:00 am to 10:00 am, geared toward children who have adverse reactions to loud
sudden noises. You will not want to miss this incredible chance to meet our everyday local heroes.
Temecula Valley Art League member Si Osgrove will present “Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Composition” at the October 20 meeting of the Fallbrook Art Association (FAA) at 9:30 a.m. It is a slide show using pictures of paintings and photographs to illustrate various aspects of composition.; e.g., balance, the rule of thirds, and rules of dominance. The program will be held at The Woman’s Club, 238 West Mission Road, Fallbrook.
For seven years Si taught photography—four different courses—at UCLA Extension in Los Angeles. Each course included the topics of composition and lighting, subjects important to all artists. During the day, he held the unique position of Los Angeles Zoo Photographer. Si will tell you, “I’ve photographed every animal from anteater to zebra.”
Osgrove says, “My need is to paint the world around me brighter and more vividly than I see it. That’s the way I like it. It is my goal to paint the essence of a subject, not to reproduce it as a photograph would. My subjects are landscapes, trees, flowers, and scenes of the Western United States.” Osgrove has three paintings on display in the newly opened FAA Gallery at 127 North Main Ave. in Fallbrook.
He began painting when he was eight, but only oil painted intermittently until he was 22. Then, as a graduate student in photography at Ohio University, he took some art classes and began oil painting regularly. It was a change of pace from his numerous photographic assignments.
In 2011 Osgrove started using acrylic paints and now prefers acrylics to oils. He likes the quick-drying characteristics of that medium: “Acrylics allow artists to make rapid improvements to a painting,” he says.
Osgrove is available to art groups as a presenter of his slide program “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Composition.” He can be reached in Fallbrook at (631) 223-9806.
He is a member of the Fallbrook Art Association and the Temecula Valley Art League.
Titles for captions:
1) head and shoulders photo of Si Osgrove 2) Fallbrook Citrus Trees 24 x 30” by Si Osgrove 3) Cattails Residing In A Blue Vase 16 x 20” by Si Osgrove