Art exhibit by Joshua Serafin featured at Solana Beach City Hall Gallery

Joshua Serafin

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Solana Beach City Hall Gallery is hosting an art exhibit now through Jan. 2, 2014 featuring the unique reverse oil on recycled glass oil painter Joshua Serafin. A reception was held on Dec. 12.

Serafin has been selling his work in Solana Beach and nearby coastal towns since 2002.  Serafin hopes to inspire and enlighten locals and tourists with works of art that represent the local culture.  Solana Beach City Hall Gallery is located at 635 South Highway 101,
Solana Beach, Ca. 92075; 858 720 2454; Curator Anita Edman. Visit artbyserafin.com

Photos/Kristina Houck

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