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AzizahMagazine.com Features Green’s Jordian Women in Fashion Photography

Ms Green’s photography will be featued in AzizahMagazine.com

Her photos illustrate the beauty of Contemporary Jordian Fashion bridging traditional art forms and women fashion.

PO Box 43410
Atlanta GA 30336-0410
2010 FOLIO Eddie Award Winner
T.404.299.2111
“Celebrating 11 years of Empowered Voices”

We would provide an important cultural organization that supports Muslim women. Please check out this organization which brings cultural awareness, builds bridges and familes traditions check out their calendar of events.

Please contact Alicia for more information.

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November 2011, ARCHANGEL Represents Gaudette Green

Ms Green’s Work Represents Cultual Understanding Throught Photography and Painting

October featured Artist: Third Thursday Gallery Walk & Artist Reception for Ron Huden

November 2011, “ARCHANGEL” will show Ms Green’s 8 new photographs and her latest paintings

Public is invited to enjoy refreshments and meet the gallery owner.
Time: Thursday, October 20 · 5:00pm – 8:00pm

Location
Seattle Design Center
5701 6th Ave S.
Seattle, Washington

Created By Archangel art collective
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Please come to the opening a new exhibition featuring the truly unique photographically based mirror image abstractions of Seattle artist Ron Huden. The gallery will be open from until 8:00pm in conjuction with the ART GALLERIES @ SDC’s THIRD THURSDAY ART WALK. 8 art galleries will be open with new and continuing shows. Artist reception with Champagne and refreshments from 5:00 to 8:00pm. Plenty of free parking.

Check out this wonderful event

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Dedicated to Steve Jobs: In His Own Words

Remarkable Words!
Living By These Words and Thoughts

“Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life,” he said in the 2005 Stanford speech. “Because almost everything — all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure — these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.”

Inspired creativity, thank you my hero, I aspire to be like you, Steve Jobs.
You are my vision of creativity and brilliance. Death makes way for the new. You will be missed but never forgotten. Again, you have made room for the new.

You have nothing to loose, live life to the fullest never give up and never wait to dye. Don’t wait to live someone else’s life, this life is all you have. Live inspired. Never live in the past.

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A Renaissance of Color

The Arab Conference of Washington Presents A Renaissance of Color
photography by Katherine Green

Please Join us at the Red Lion Hotel for a fashion show and fundraiser

The Arab Conference of Washington is featuring Jordian fabric and fashion.

Day: Saturday, June 18th, 2011
Time: 1:30 -3:30 pm PST
Place: Red Lion Hotel, Bellevue WA
Photgrapher: Katherine Green

ACW Fashion Show postcard

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Thank You for Attending

Prayer Arrows


Prayer Arrows
Invitational Show

Hi Everyone,
Thank you for attending my photography show at St Mark’s Catherdral
and then group painting show The Seattle Design Center. Many peices
were sold, which encourages me. Currently, I am negotiating with a
gallery in Seattle to rep my work (paintings and photgraphy).

Hopefully it will work out because the Gallery is lovely, the owner is
delightful, and the guality of the art is wonderful.

More to come stay tuned.

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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC May 8th to May 31st, 2011
Photography Show by Katherine Green for St Mark’s Interfaith Conference
Muslim Life In the Middle East and Turkey

St Mark’s Cathedral
1245 10th Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98102-4398
(206) 323-0300

I Am My Brother’s Keeper: Confronting Islamophobia
Conference is Friday-Saturday, May 6th – 7th, 2011
Photography Show open for the Month of May, 2011
Meet and Greet the photgrapher on Sunday the 8th 2011, at 12:30