Solana Beach art reception celebrates summer

Tony Hipp, Marie Chapian, Rosemary Valente, Roger Roth

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The Solana Beach Library art show and sale “Summer Celebration” was held Aug. 15 at the library. Presented by the Sargent Art Group, the public was invited to a kick-off reception to view a wide variety of art by 30 artists in an exhibit running through Oct. 4.

The library is at 157 Stevens Ave., Solana Beach, 92075. Photos/Jon Clark

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