Del Mar Art Center Holiday Reception

Maidy Morhous, Denise Hendricks, Wendy Stagg, Ann Marie Bullock

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The Del Mar Art Center held its annual Holiday Reception and Silent Auction fundraiser Dec. 2.  Thirty-seven artists exhibited new work and some donated art.

Proceeds from the event help to fund the center’s community events, including its young student art exhibitions and scholarship programs for high school art students. Visit www.dmacgallery.com

Photos/Jon Clark

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