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Exhibition "Four Seasons and A Persian Night" by Nazar Harran Past

Friday, Oct 2, 2015 ,
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
- Fort Wayne, IN, United States

In the exhibition: "Four Seasons & A Persian Night" Harran expresses ideas and emotions through color, lines, shapes & texture with his gorgeous, new, dynamic abstracts...a must see exhibition!

In the exhibition: "American Landscapes" works with rolling hills, lush meadows, and farmer’s fields encompass everyday life styles and dreams come true...they embrace our longstanding relationship with the cultural and spiritual aspects of evolving environments. Works by: Penny French-Deal, Karen Moriarty, Nazar Harran, Randall Scott Harden, Terry Pulley, Beth Forst, Laurén Brady, Tom Kelly and Rebecca Justice-Schaab

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