Flower Hill Promenade welcomes local artists

More than 40 artists presented their work throughout Flower Hill Promenade for the first-ever Arts in Bloom event May 17.

The Solana Beach Art Association organized the event, which featured paintings, sculptures, photography, author talks, food and wine tastings, dance and music.

Children helped create a mosaic mural inspired by the children’s book “The Tiny Seed,” which was designed by Solana Beach artist Christie Beniston. The colorful mural will be installed in the shopping center.

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  4. Local gallery announces featured artists
  5. Young artists interpret literature for museum

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