Reception for student art exhibit held in Solana Beach

Stacy Pierce with artist Harrison Pierce, 10

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A reception was held May 12 for a student exhibition, “Exploring 3 Dimensions Through Various Forms & Mixed Media,” at Solana Beach City Hall Gallery.

Susan Stone is the instructor/curator of the exhibit. Working with unconventional and everyday objects along with a vast array of mediums and materials, students created works of art.

–Photos/McKenzie Images

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