Photo courtesy of Masri Hayssam

Masri Hayssam will be the featured artist at a solo show opening at Mary Tomás Gallery. Known widely by his collectors as simply Masri, this vibrant mid-career, Florence-based, Lebanese-Italian artist has enjoyed the fruits of his livelihood as a painter, and is a stimulating addition to the gallery’s stable.

Born in Lebanon and later moving to Florence, Italy, the artist has exhibited throughout Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Norway, Lebanon, and the United States. Masri’s work may be found in the private art collections of Al Gore, Steve Mariucci, Prime Minister of Lebanon Najib Mikati, and the late Nelson Mandela.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 26.

Masri Hayssam will be the featured artist at a solo show opening at Mary Tomás Gallery. Known widely by his collectors as simply Masri, this vibrant mid-career, Florence-based, Lebanese-Italian artist has enjoyed the fruits of his livelihood as a painter, and is a stimulating addition to the gallery’s stable.

Born in Lebanon and later moving to Florence, Italy, the artist has exhibited throughout Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Norway, Lebanon, and the United States. Masri’s work may be found in the private art collections of Al Gore, Steve Mariucci, Prime Minister of Lebanon Najib Mikati, and the late Nelson Mandela.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 26.

Masri Hayssam will be the featured artist at a solo show opening at Mary Tomás Gallery. Known widely by his collectors as simply Masri, this vibrant mid-career, Florence-based, Lebanese-Italian artist has enjoyed the fruits of his livelihood as a painter, and is a stimulating addition to the gallery’s stable.

Born in Lebanon and later moving to Florence, Italy, the artist has exhibited throughout Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Norway, Lebanon, and the United States. Masri’s work may be found in the private art collections of Al Gore, Steve Mariucci, Prime Minister of Lebanon Najib Mikati, and the late Nelson Mandela.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 26.

WHEN

WHERE

Mary Tomas Gallery
1110 Dragon St.
Dallas, TX 75207
http://www.marytomasgallery.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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