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Arts & Entertainment - August 20, 2010

Fantastic voyage

Surrealist paintings take artist to many festivals — and transport her back to her native Israel

by Rebecca Wallace

When Ora Tamir emigrated to California in 1980, she brought Israel with her. The expanses of desert she remembered from her native country became the stark, open backgrounds in her Surrealist paintings.

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on Aug 27, 2010 at 2:20 am

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