‘After Dark’ gala benefits Lux Art Institute

The Lux Art Institute’s “Lux After Dark” gala was held last Saturday at the Rancho Santa Fe home of June and Neil Ash. The evening, which honored Joanne and Frank Warren, began with champagne and art tours in the Ash home as well as hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction by the pool. The festivities continued with a gourmet dinner prepared by Jeffrey Strauss, chef and owner of Pamplemousse Grille. The event concluded with a live auction and dancing to the music of The Shockwaves.

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