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Artist Arjen Hart’s Nepal LightSeed photo show

Arjen Hart photo show — this Sunday March 12, from 2-4 pm at the Tucson Jewish Community Center. Public is invited to come enjoy the opening reception of his Nepal LightSeed photo exhibition. Arjen spent 5 weeks in Nepal last year, taking photos and experiencing Nepalese spirituality.  His website:  www.aryenhart.com.

“Arjen van den Eerenbeemt, aka Aryen Hart, was born and raised in the Netherlands into a family of literary and visual artists. At an early age he developed an interest in the work of C.G.Jung, Yoga and meditation as well as electrical engineering. By skillfully merging technology, spirituality and the humanities into a luminous visual language his artworks become contemporary meditation objects.”

Photo exhibit ongoing March 10 to April 19 at Gallery at Tucson Jewish Community Center.

Discover “Discoveries Unfinished” art exhibit at TJCC

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On September 11, I dropped by an art exhibit at the Tucson Jewish Community Center (TJCC), 3800 E. River Rd. to view two women artists’ paintings. I used to promote and review (somewhat) art shows while writing for the Tucsoncitizen.com, though Artistic Tucson (aka artist Charlie Spillar) covered most of it. With time constraints, I don’t often do it here at Blogforarizona.net. If anything, I am an amateur photographer.

However, I was touched by the beauty and creativity of Christine Zabramny’s work — surreal, abstract, yet whimsical. The art show at TJCC goes till October 9, and  here’s her website (www.espressogallery.com), with more images:

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