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Multi-Colored Universes: Paul Martin and Symone Kiyanna Elliott

The Art Gallery at Musical Bridges Around the World presents Multi-Colored Universes, an exhibition of large-scale, abstract, collaborative paintings by Paul Martin and Symone Kiyanna Elliott. The exhibition also features works by the individual artists, allowing viewers to see how each artist’s vision is incorporated into the collaborative canvases. The exhibition will be on view by appointment only from January 26-March 31, with an Opening Reception on Saturday, January 26, 5-7pm. Also showcasing Daniel Espinosa Jewelry, 20% of proceeds benefit Musical Bridges Around the World programs.

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