New exhibit at The Avenue Gallery

Sean MacLeod, Peter and Sylvia Grau

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The Avenue Gallery in Solana Beach held a reception Feb. 19 for the opening of new works by Dutch master Andre Balyon. The Avenue Gallery is located at 414 S. Cedros Ave.; (858) 755-0444. Photos: Jon Clark

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