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Zen exhibition at Scariff Library Gallery

Date issued: 12/02/18

The Scariff Library Gallery will later this month host a thought provoking exhibition titled “Sakura - A Brand New Day” featuring work by international visual artist, Zen.

The Romanian born painter’s exhibition of graphic art and miniature objects illustrates the passage of the seasons.

According to the Clare County Arts Office, “Zen was a prodigious child born in 1955 to an intellectual family in Romania. His early academic and intellectual ties with France and the French language, made him develop up to now a love for variety in different cultures.  His talent for painting and sharing the freedom of expression bonded his love for diversity with many other international links.”

“Today a respected PhD Professor of Art and a fantastic Specialist restorer of painting and architecture alike, his true passion is visible in the healing links with the Zen Buddhism, Japan, the Japanese Temples and the endless introspection of the soul. The freedom of spirit and its necessity is always mirrored in his never-ending painted depiction of wings, flight, and oxygen.”

“Sakura - A Brand New Day” runs from the 26 February to 24 March at Scariff Library Gallery. For further details please contact Isa on 089-2493082.

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Content Last Updated/Reviewed: 12/02/18