David Alan Collection event benefits tsunami victims

The David Alan Collection in Solana Beach

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The David Alan Collection introduced its new arrivals of antique Japanese furnishings and art at a reception July 28. The event featured a silent auction to help tsunami victims, Japanese food and drinks, and demonstrations of Japanese arts and crafts, including traditional woodworking and the art of brush painting called Sumi-e. Visit www.TheDavidAlanCollection.com. (Located at 241 South Cedros Avenue, Cedros Design District in Solana Beach, CA 92075) Photos: Jon Clark

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