Del Mar Art Center member exhibit

Libbie McMahon with her glass creations

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The Del Mar Art Center held a reception on March 10 for the
new collection of art by all 36 members of the Center.

The show runs through April 28. The Del Mar Art Center is located at
1555 Camino Del Mar, Suite 112 [street level], Del Mar, 92014;
http://www.dmacgallery.com/

–Photos/Jon Clark

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