Artist reception at Solana Beach City Hall Gallery

"Parga Fish in its Hiding Hole” by Tina Christiansen

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The Solana Beach City Hall Gallery was recently draped in the elegant silk scarves and sea-inspired paintings created by Tina Christiansen, artist and former Community Development Director for the City of Solana Beach.

The City Hall Gallery held a closing reception for Christiansen on June 27. Photos/Jon Clark

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