‘Hot Flashes/Cool Art’ in Solana Beach

Author and speaker Joyce Golden Seyburn, artist Lia Strell

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The Solana Beach City Hall Gallery on Jan. 19 presented “Hot Flashes/Cool Art.” On exhibit was a variety of fine art from members of the Solana Beach Art Association (SBAA). Writers Swami Bruce, Kit-Bacon Gressitt, Scott Gressitt, Sharon Leib, Bob Lundy, Dan McClenaghan, Julie Ann Weinstein, Diane Welch, and Elizabeth Yahn Williams read their works of flash fiction, a brief work that often takes its concept from word prompts. In this case, the nine readers had to include the words “hot flash” in their piece or use it as inspiration. Photos: Rob McKenzie

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Posted by Staff on Jan 26, 2012. Filed under Featured Story, Life, Social Photo Galleries. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “‘Hot Flashes/Cool Art’ in Solana Beach”

  1. Diane Y. Welch

    Fabulous photos, Rob. Thank you Del Mar Times for the excellent coverage. We appreciate you at the SBAA.

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