Janel Jefferson, Ophelia, 2010, Acrylic, charcoal, and dried flowers on paper, 68 x 36 inches, courtesy of the artist and Wally Workman Gallery


on view at Laguna Gloria  |  3809 W. 35th Street
August 24 – December 2, 2012


Tuesday, October 2  |  8–10 p.m.  |  Driscoll Villa, Laguna Gloria
De-Luxe presents art that through its content, material or process reflects luxury and excess.
Those who don’t believe in too much of a good thing are invited to enjoy the art exhibition
while indulging on sweets and libations created by local food artisans.
Tickets $15 members/ $20 non-members and available at
Co-presented by Edible Austin.


Laguna Gloria
3809 West 35th St.

The Jones Center
700 Congress Avenue

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