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"Spring Visions" - a Visions group exhibit

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"Spring Visions" - a Visions group exhibit

Artists of the Visions group will exhibit at the Bouras Properties from April 30 to June 19, 2013.

The group was founded in 2007 by Michal Barkai and Rosalia Verdun. The exhibit includes some 50 works in all media including oil, pastel, acrylic and photography. 

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Exhibiting in this show are Michal Barkai from Livingston, Ann Frommer from Chatham, Charles Miller from Ringoes, and Rosalia Tignini Verdun from Roselle Park.

The exhibit is free and open to the public during normal business hours, Monday to Friday, 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Artwork is for sale.

Bouras Properties is located at 25 Deforest Ave, Summit, NJ 07901.

For more information about the Visions group please call (973) 994-7449.

About the artists:

Michal Barkai of Livingston is an award winning realist painter and photographer. Barkai’s artwork was recently featured in several national art publications, including the Artist Focus editorial in American Art Collector Magazine, several themed specials on Southwest Art Magazines and a portfolio of paintings and photographs on Still Point Arts Quarterly. Barkai's photographs were included numerous times in national juried exhibitions at the Salmagundi club in NYC

An IT professional by training, Barkai devotes her time now to art.

Waterscapes, reflections and the changing seasons are her favorite subjects. She paints in pastel and oil and favors small format.  To view Barkai's works please visit www.MichalBarkai.com.

Barkai is active in local art organizations and coordinates the Visions Artists group.

Ann Frommer of Chatham, NJ is an award winning photographer. Her focus is on European scenes. An avid traveler, she and her husband Robert spend time in Europe where she savors “slices of life” with her camera.

Her background lies in the healthcare field where she worked for over 30 years. She now spends her time working with her photography and writing books. Her first novel, Tailgunner, was recently published.  To view Ms Frommer’s work, please visit   http://mysite.verizon.net/vze12wfns/ .

Ann is active in local art organizations.

Charles Miller of Ringoes is a photographer, digital artist, and abstractionist. Trained as a theatre set and lighting designer, Charles brings the theories of light and perspective used on stage to his work. His passion for gardening and flowers, his sense of humor, find their way into his artwork. To see works by Charles please visit www.photo.net/photos/harlequin   
 

Rosalia Tignini Verdun of Roselle Park is an Italian born award winning artist. Discovered in each of her works is her diverse, diligent, and romantic nature. To view Rosalia’s paintings please visit: www.RosaliArt.com

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