Artist reception at Carmel Valley Library

Viviane Moskowitz with her sculpture “Kiki, Koala Bear”

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An artist reception was held June 26 at the Carmel Valley Library. The event was part of a multimedia exhibit, “Creative Fusion,” by Coastal Artists that runs through Aug. 13 at the library.    Visit www.coastal-artists.org.

Photos: Jon Clark

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