Event Details

Mariana Kramer

Time: July 31, 2017 to August 26, 2017
Location: Galeria Regina (Oakhurst)
Street: 409 Mead Road, Unit 5
City/Town: Decatur (Oakhurst)
Website or Map: http://galeriaregina.com
Phone: 678-713-9757 (Mariana)
Event Type: gallery, show
Organized By: Regina Verani
Latest Activity: Jul 31, 2017

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Event Description

This is an exhibit that started July 15 and ends August 26. There is a closing reception August 19 from 5-9 PM.

(There was an opening reception July 15.)

This is a joint show with Mariana Kramer and Christine Tyler, Avondale Estates artists with very different styles that complement each other nicely!

Mariana Kramer, watercolor, collage and acrylic

Christine Tyler, Acrylic

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WCAGA Members

Mark your calendars for an upcoming WCAGA Pop Up Show, “Tell Me About It” to be held Aug. 31 – Sept. 2, 2018 during Labor Day weekend’s Annual Decatur Book Festival.

To be held at Sycamore Place Gallery & Studios in Decatur with an Opening Reception during the Decatur Art Walk on Friday, Aug. 31, 5-10pm.

There is no entry fee when submitting your work. Note that the show’s title and theme can include a wide variety of work from various mediums and genres. Go to the Opportunities Page for details and entree form.

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