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REGISTER ONLINE: 17 June Arunvijay Soundaran: Gateway to the World Herbert C. Young Community Center Through Friday, June 21 Medium: Oil Paintings A picturesque journey through the eyes of an artist. Arun has lived and traveled to many countries exploring and experiencing nature, landscapes, people, and cultures. The paintings on display will take viewers on a global journey through landscapes, vistas, and fascinating doors that represent interesting aspects of various cultures around the world. Bobby Nicks & Melissa Theil: Animals Are Never Ugly Town Hall Gallery Through Friday, June 21 Artist Reception: Friday, May 31 | 6–8 p.m. Medium: Photography As photographers, Nick's and Theil's goals are to capture the essence of wondrous creatures and to coax the viewer to appreciate the incredible complexities of animals and ultimately help to preserve them. Growing up in rural or semi-rural areas of America, they both explored woods and elds and creeks at a time when kids roam free. Today, years later, they are still on that quest to experience, understand and "see" the natural world. Annual Fine Arts League of Cary Juried Exhibition Page-Walker Arts & History Center Through Saturday, June 29 Media: Various Celebrate the visual arts in Cary at the 24th Annual FALC Juried Exhibition featuring artists' works in a wide range of styles, techniques, and media from throughout the region. Celebrating 40 Years of Cary Greenways Bond Park Community Center Saturday, June 1–Sunday, June 30 Artist Reception: Saturday, June 1 | 10 a.m.–noon Medium: Photography This year, the Town of Cary is celebrating 40 years of Cary Greenways! As a part of this celebration, the Town held a photography competition that showcases Cary's unique network of greenways. Area professional photographers and amateurs submitted their best photographs of Cary's Greenways. This show highlights the top 20 entries. Pillars of Light: Ibrahim Said Cary Arts Center Gallery Friday, May 31–Saturday, July 21 Artist Reception: Friday, May 31 | 6–8 p.m. Medium: Clay The work of Said is rooted in the forms and principles of his culture: ancient Egyptian pottery and Islamic arts. Bridging the languages of function and sculpture, he conjures stories about rituals, memorializing, and cultural proverbs, that feel both ancient and currently relevant. Using geometry, it is possible to explore powerful and humbling ideas about perfection, order, and innity that are. c Gallery Exhibitions View the works of and meet accomplished area, regional artists and national artists.

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