Bridge by Norman Parish and Georges M'Bourou

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Bridge is intended be an information transfer between visual artists in the US and Gabon.

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Tokesplace.com presents: Parish Gallery’s Exhibition: “Bridge”

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An art exhibit by: American artist Norman Parish and Gabonese artist George M’Bourou Presented by the Gabonese American Community and Cultural Center” (GACC)

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In this show Norman Parish Artist, owner of Parish Gallery and one of the most respected and influential Black art gallery owners in the world steps firmly into the role of artist to collaborate in this show with

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George M’Bourou , one of Gabon’s most celebrated awarding winning contemporary artists with his own unique style of oil on canvas creating vibrant color combinations and complementary textures. He is the recipient of numerous awards including being selected to decorate the façade of the African Pavilion at the 2005’s Universal Exhibition in Aichi, Japan.

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Now stroll through the exhibit making virtual visits back and forth across the “Bridge” beginning with the abstract images of Mr. M’Bourou and then across the bridge to see the figurative images of Mr. Parish. After your stroll you can return to any image for a more in depth appreciation of the artistry of these gentlemen.

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Source de Lumiere (Source of Light) M’Bourou

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Path Series #2 by Parish

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Meditation M’Bourou

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Lake Seneca Fall By Parish

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Nature et Lumiere I (Naure and Light I) M’Bourou

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Late Summer Evening on Canal Road By Parish

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Lumiere et Tradition (Light and Tradition) M’Bourou

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Last Pass By Parish

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Femme, Symbol de Lumiere (Woman, Symbol of Light) by M’Bourou

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Path Series #1 by Parish

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Nature et Lumiere I (Naure and Light I) by M’Bourou

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Stilt Walkers By Parish

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Nature et Lumiere II (Nature and Light II) by M’Bouro u

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Eyes of Nature by Parish

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Nature et Luminere III (Nature and Light III) By M’Bourou

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Nature et Luminere IV (Nature and Light IV) By M’Bourou

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Mr. M’Bourou will return to Parish Gallery for a solo exhibit in 2011 during Parish Gallery’s twentieth anniversary celebrations

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Tokesplace.com hopes you have enjoyed the show. See you next month.

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Photographs by Bruce McNeil Music: Willow Weep for Me (Ronell) played by Wes Montgomery from “A Day in the Life”

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