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Mixed-media art can be a treat for the eye. No doubt this is why so many artists working within the otherwise conventional confines of paint and canvas enjoy employing materials that add weight to a work, and perhaps surprise the onlooker. Many of the pieces in Mark Hachem Gallery's "Arab Collective Art Exhibition" are mixed-media works from established Arab artists, though the show includes sculpture and conventional painting as well. Divided into three strips of fabric, tinges of pinkish blue and beige saturate the two fabrics on the edge. Meanwhile, the center strip is covered with black dye and paint. "Arab Collective Art Exhibition" is on view at Mark Hachem Gallery through Sept. 16 .
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