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The two main themes of dancing and the watercolors of Cairo in Rana Chalabi’s exhibit paradoxically share the theme of the static and the dynamic. In the male and female dancers it is the challenge of capturing the ephemeral nature of three dimensional dynamic movement through the static medium of paper, oil, gold leaf, and colored inks. 

The movement of line and color, the interplay of diaphonous veil, and solid limbs, the highlights of gold within the fields of reds and blues, oranges and yellows make the dance come alive. In the Cairo watercolors, paradoxically, the static subject comes alive through the movement of the shades of color, the interplay of light and shade, and the subtle nature of watercolor depiciting the solid nature of Cairene monuments and life. Movement is life, and viewers of the exhibit will be able to resonate with that movement
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