Del Mar Art Gallery to hold new series of exhibits

A “Ship in the Woods,” a Del Mar art gallery and 501(c)(3) non-profit, is beginning a new series of solo art exhibitions named “Helm.”  Twice a month until March, a new artist will come and take the “helm” of “Ship in the Woods” mid-century architecture to house and display their art for a week.  The show is being curated by UCSD Art PhD candidate Laura Bullock.

A Ship in the Woods is located at 1660 Lugano Lane, Del Mar, 92014; Visit www.shipinthewoods.com

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