Spring in Watercolor
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Spring in Watercolor

Painter Elaheh Nikkhah is preparing a watercolor painting exhibition at Kabiri Art Gallery.
Titled Baharaneh (literary meaning ‘related to spring’), she will show paintings of flowers and blossoms. It is to open January 5 and run for six days, Gallery Info reported.
“It is a wonderful experience not to be indifferent towards the little flowers that mark the seasons, towards seasons that refresh the life and reorient humans,” says a statement about the exhibit.
Kabiri Gallery is located at No. 60, South Dibaji Street, near Arghavan Park.

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