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Bahamian artists open London exhibition 'God Save the Green'
Sunday, 27 November 2011 07:32

Artist Lynn Parotti with guests at opening.LONDON, England -- Under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency Paul Farquharson, QPM High Commissioner, E. Tommy Thompson, Deputy Director General of The Bahamas' Ministry of Tourism and Richard Moir, Chairman & Co-Director of The Friends of The Bahamas, Bahamian artists and sisters Lynn and Holly Parotti opened their exhibition entitled "God Save the Green" on November 2, 2011 at The Caledonian Club on 9 Halkin Street in Belgravia, London. The exhibition showcased the artists' paintings and prints to a large and enthusiastic audience.

The exhibition's title "God save the Green" was borrowed from an article in Real Life magazine where Lynn’s artwork was prominently featured in July 2011. The Parotti sisters have been looking at how humans develop and destroy the world all at once. While Lynn deals with climate change and the role of mankind in its effects, Holly's work deals with the objects that cause destruction – so their work aptly embodies that of cause and effect.

The work of "God Save the Green" is a continuation of their joint show in 2008,"Limit," and a precursor to their upcoming exhibition "Impact" opening in Nassau next Friday in Nassau at Jacaranda House.

Photo: Artist Lynn Parotti with guests at opening.

Click HERE to view Lynn Parotti's Website.
Click HERE to view Holly Parotti's Website.

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