Somewhere In Utah

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Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Saturday December 9, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. and Sunday December 10, Noon-6 p.m.



Ron Hughes runs a great gallery in Candler Park, at the corner of McLendon and Oakdale. It's a modest space that always showcases a high quality of work in its regular shows. I have the good fortune to have some of my work for sale at his location.

His two shows up now are brilliant work from the ground in Iraq and the ground at home in the war of dissent. Some really killer stuff.

Please pop in and see this tremendous work and get to know Ron. Stop in and pick up that elusive Holiday gift for that choosy art-snob relative/friend/loved one you have on your list. The prices are good, and the selection is ecclectic and varied showcasing several different Artists.

Happy Holidays and go support art.

jMp

From Ron...

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Hi all. Please come out for the Composition Gallery Holiday Print and Gift Sale this weekend. We're featuring work by local photographers as well as items from A Greater Gift, a nonprofit alternative trade and development organization, offering hope and justice with every purchase.

Also, I am very privileged to have recently met Kael Alford, acclaimed photojournalist and one of the contributors to the book "Unembedded: Four Independent photojournalists on the War in Iraq".
She's been kind enough to bring by some signed copies of the book for our sale this weekend, as well as a catalog of her work from which limited-edition prints can be ordered.

So please come out and take a look at the book that New Yorker correspondent Jon Lee Anderson called "an unforgettable, in-your-face reminder that there is more to the war in Iraq than what most Americans see on the nightly news."

Saturday December 9, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. and Sunday December 10, Noon-6 p.m.

Thanks very much,
Ron Hughes
Composition Gallery
1388 McLendon Ave.
Atlanta, GA 30307
678-982-9764

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