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Edison Arts Society Presents Nella Zadra at the Greek on Main

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On Sunday, June 11, 2017, a collection of classical art of artist Nella Zadra went on display
in an exhibit sponsored by the Edison Arts Society at the GREEK ON MAIN restaurant
on Main Street in Metuchen.  The exhibit will be there until July 20th, 2017. 

Nella graduated from the College of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires, Argentina.  After graduation,
she became a commercial artist and scrulptor.  In the late 1960s, Nella moved to the United
States and her career took off.  She has created for Seton Hall University, Woodbridge Township
and other local communities.

The exhibit will show until July 20, 2017.  Stop by and enjoy a good meal and the exceptional
oil paintings.  All art work is for sale.  Any questions can be answered by calling:  732.548.9134.
EAS president, Gloria S. Dittman, invites everyone to join the Edison Arts Society.  She states,
"that art transcends all barriers -- language, cultural and borders   Support the arts and see
how much better this world could be."

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