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The exhibition is Gorra's first solo show, aided by the gallery which specializes in showcasing emerging talents. She has previously participated in group exhibitions like the 2016 expo SOS Art Liban, which showed the work of 112 Lebanese artists. The pieces show a multitude of bright hues contrasting with dark, earthy tones -- many which naturally occur due to the various stages of decay of vegetation or minerals found in the soil.Some pieces are studies of different leaves picked up from the trails and rendered in watercolor, almost like scientific diagrams showing the breakdown of chlorophyll -- the pigment chemical resulting in the brilliant changing of colors seen in leaves every autumn.
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