Peace Mural Foundation Welcomes Peace Mural Artist Huong for Miami Beach Opening Today

The Peace Mural Foundation has announced that the Peace Mural will be on display in December 3 - 31. Having had a number of exhibits all across the U.S. this year, we are excited to return our work to our diverse hometown population of South Florida and celebrate the Holiday season. At the opening tonight, December 7th from 7 to 10 p.m., meet international renowned artist Huong at 1606 Washington Aveat Lincoln, Miami Beach, FL.

Just around the bench, two blocks walking south from Art Basel, The "art biography" of the Vietnamese-American artist Huong is on exhibit. This cathartic mural connects the concepts of war, peace, immigration, refugees, justice, nature and displacement through the eyes of the survivor whose determination to pass the peace forward is purged and painted on canvas. Her Peace Opus is a culmination of 35 years of searing memories that bring history to life, depicts the universal pain of war and calling for Peace.

This spectacular and timely exhibit is both evocative and provocative will carries the power to echo for years to come. Her Peace Mural collectively form a body of work that addresses the worldwide issues today.

Huong has participated in more than 100 expositions in the United States and Canada, and has been featured in national news outlets like PBS, The Huffington Post, New York Times, and Washington Post. She has been hosted by The Department of Homeland Security, National Council of La Raza, and has had sponsors like The American Library Association. The institution of national Policy study and many more, for press review of her work, Google peace mural by Huong.

The Peace Mural opens daily from 10:00 - 10:00 p.m., from Dec 3 to April 30th.2014. FREE admission to public. Come meet this extraordinary artist and peace activist and have Huong signs your poster LET'S THINK PEACE, A Complementary from Peace mural Foundation and 420 Lincoln Road Associates, Ltd.

100 posters only as first come first serve.

For more about The Peace Mural, visit www.peacemural.org.




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