Solana Beach City Hall Gallery presents ‘Multiplicity’

“Multiplicity: More Than One” art exhibit at the SB City Hall

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reception was held Jan. 16 at the Solana Beach City Hall Gallery for “Multiplicity, more than one,” the artwork of eight women who paint, sculpt, assemble, cast, and collage to create inspiring and unique art that currently adorns the walls of the City Hall Gallery. The artists include Irene de Watteville, Betsy Schulz, Kathryn Schmiedeberg, Sonya Devine, Nikki Moore, Robin Sanford Roberts, and Sophia Daly.

“Multiplicity” will be on display through Feb. 15.

Photos/Jon Clark

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