Michigan, USA - The MESOPOTAMIA Learning Studio & Art Gallery in Ferndale, Michigan invites you to the closing ceremony titled the “Many Colors of Iraq” art exhibit Friday, May 18, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in the evening.
The art exhibit has received many positive reviews and has been well attended throughout the exhibit. Art directors Lavon Ammori and Amer Hanna Fatuhi have assembled many of the worlds finest Chaldean artists and artwork. The astonishing exhibit features well known and influential artists along with many brilliantly talented new artists. Participating artists from around the world have showcased their talent and vision.
Pioneer artist like Issa Hanna Dabish, the eminent artists Ali Talib, M. Muhraddin, and Ismaeel Khayyat, along with the late Artists Khuder Jirgees and Ziad Haider artwork are being featured. In addition, international artistic stars like M. Abdulla from Spain, Burhan Saleh Kirkukly from Holland, Farouk Kaspaules from Canada, and from the native land of Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq) Mazin Elia Al Shaawi, Qais Issa Al Sindy, Roche Binyamen, Dr. Wissam Marqus, Mahmood Al-Ubidi, & Fadhel Tu’ma (Iraq). The U.S. Artists delegation features art from the talented works of Paul Batu, Joanne Yono, Josef Yousif, Alaa Hermiz, Sulafa Roumayah, Sam selou, Susan Jadan, and Zuhair Shaouni.
Director Lavon Ammori says the event has successfully brought together a variety of influential artists to help others better understand Iraq.
The exhibit is being sponsored by the International Chaldean Association of Art, Dr. David Ayoub, Michigan Community Financial Services ICA Media, Inc., and the The Chaldean Educational Center of America CECA
The MESOPOTAMIA Learning Studio & Art Gallery is located at 800 Livernois Ave., between 8 and 9 Mile, Ferndale, MI 48220. Guests interested in attending are asked to RSVP with the Gallery by calling 248-582-9088 or 248-217-5555
Both children and adult refreshments will be served.