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Ann Harithas - MEMORY

by d. m. allison gallery
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New Work in 20114 by Ann Harithas. Upon waking up one morning last year, everything seemed different. I was told that I had suffered a stroke several months before and could not remember much before the stroke and very little after it.

I began working with my photographs from the past – not simply looking at them, but also putting them together with images related to my art and images based on scans of my injured brain. The artistic elements excited the brain imaging – and by putting new images with my

old photos my memory came alive.

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Created on: Apr-24-2014   Published on: Apr-24-2014
Format: 8.5"x11" - Softcover w/Glossy Laminate - Premium Photo Book
Theme: Portfolio    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 28 Pages
Ann Harithas    d. m. allison gallery    digital collage    fine art    Houston TX    Texas   
About Author
author icon Dan M. Allison
Joined: Apr-17-2011

Dan Mitchell Allison, b. 1953:

BFA 1978, serverd on the boards of Houston's Women's Caucus for the Arts, Lawndale Art and Performance, The Art League of Houston, director Barbara Davis Pennzoil Place, curated exhibitions for HWCA, National Organization of Women, One and Two Houston Center, Barbara Davis Gallery, founding board of Art Lies Magazine (attained 501-C3 Status), and Artist Rescue Mission (attained 501-C3 Status), 75 solo exhibitions between 1976 and 1996 including the National Museum of Belgrade, Mexicarte - Austin Texas, the PARCO in Tokyo Japan, with solo gallery exhibitions in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas, Torinno Italy, and Berlin Germany.

d. m. allison gallery is dedicated to the exploration of new and emerging talent, as well as a venue for established work by regionally and nationally recognized independent visual artists.

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