Timken’s holiday party is an elegant affair

The Timken Museum in Balboa Park awaits its guests

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Photo by Susan DeMaggio

Bartolomeo Veneto’s “Portrait of a Lady in a Green Dress,” served as the inspiration for the Friends of the Timken Museum of Art’s Italian Renaissance-inspired holiday party on Dec. 11. Amid the museum’s collection of master works, guests dined on fare designed by Larry Rinehart of Giuseppe Fine Catering and enjoyed music, mingling, and admiring the exquisite handmade ornaments by artists Elizabeth Schlappi and the late Florence Hord that hung on the Christmas tree in the museum’s great hall.

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