Carruth Cellars celebrates one-year anniversary with art installation

In recognition of Carruth Cellars’ one-year anniversary of operation in Solana Beach, the winery hosted a community art installation fundraising project from Oct. 19 to 22. The winery commissioned international mosaic artist Laurel True, of True Mosaics Studio based in New Orleans, to install a mosaic mural at Carruth Cellars. Festivities included a fundraising component benefiting the Mosaic Artwork Fund for Mirebalais Hospital in Haiti, under the public health organization Partners in Health and True’s umbrella entity “The Global Mosaic Project.” Visit www.carruthcellars.com. Photos: Jon Clark

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