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Edison Arts Society Sponsors Harvey Levine - Photographer Extraordinaire

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On Monday, September 11 the Edison Arts Society Gallery walls will again be graced with
magnificent art.  The exhibit will show from September 11, 2017 to October 25, 2017 on the
third floor of the Edison Municipal Building in Edison.

This exhibit is all photographs and as many photographers know photography is an art of observation. 
 It has little to do with the things you see and everything you do. 

It is an exhibit consisting of twenty-seven pieces.  The pieces include photos of flowers, animals,
and people.  Mr. Levine has an extraordinary eye and creates images with depth and warmth.

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The official reception is scheduled for Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at 6:30 pm.  Everyone
is invited. 

Gloria S. Dittman, president of the Edison Arts Society said :"sincere thanks to all the local companies
and individuals who had supported EAS through the years.  It is through their generosity that
EAS continues to cultivate, educate and foster a love for all the ARTS!"  If you have any questions
or need information about EAS, please call:  732.548.9134.

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