Fallbrook School of the Arts is dedicated to enhancing the cultural life of the picturesque Village of Fallbrook by providing arts education to every age, skill level and socio-economic group. We offer classes and workshops in ceramics, printmaking, jewelry making, classical drawing, fiber arts, oil/acrylic/watermedia/pastel painting, and paper arts. In addition, sculpture and welding classes are offered at the California Sculpture Academy located on the campus.
Fallbrook School of the Arts is a non-profit arts education facility serving culturally diverse individuals of all skill levels, children to adults. It is our mission to offer classes, workshops, seminars, exhibitions, studio space and additional activities that are designed to increase the cultural and educational life within the community. We strive to make Fallbrook School of the Arts an arts destination dedicated to creating harmony through arts education.
We are located in the historic downtown district in the Village of Fallbrook within walking distance of shops, restaurants, the Fallbrook Art Center, the Brandon Gallery, and other galleries.
A native of Dayton, Ohio, Brian Bateman was born in 1961. He has a strong art background with a B.A. in commercial art, graduating from the Central Academy of Commercial Art in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1982. Over the years he has worked with the Chicago Historical Society on various projects ranging from depictions of the American Revolution to the Civil War. His past professional experience also encompassed the art field as an Art Director and Lead Designer at various agencies and studios around the country. He now lives in Southern California and is an active participant in the aviation art circle as well as various organizations around the area. Currently Brian is a volunteer of the Confederate Air Force - San Diego - Air Group One, also a member of the AIGA, and the AFA, ASAA, Fallbrook Artists Guild Member, and the OPA.