Exhibition Opening - "Turquoise Paradox" Past

Apr 7-8, 2017 ,
4:00 PM
- St Leonards, Australia

Free Event

We hope to see you at the opening of the 2017 IWVAC-Australia Group Exhibition " Turquoise Paradox" with guest speaker: Jan Fieldsend, Artist and former Director of the Tin Sheds Gallery & Artworkshops, University of Sydney

IWVAC-Australia artists have created new work in response to the curatorial theme of " Turquoise Paradox". Works include, watercolour, oil and acrylic paintings, jewellery, craft, marquetry, mixed media traditional Persian Miniature and more contemporary styles.

Exhibiting artists are: Nazanin Marashian, Farina Salehi, Atefeh Hekmat, Haleh Khaksaz, Fereshteh Pezeshki, Azadeh Yoghoubi, Azadeh Zolfigol, Mina Chehelnabi, Forough Rostamian, Niloufar Tofigh, Marayam Monterzerlogaem and Mahnaz Monterzerlogaem.

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