"Metamorphosis" The Art of Synthia SAINT JAMES

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Nafissah Art Collectibles presents "Metamorphosis" the latest exhibition of new fine art by world renowned artist Synthia SAINT JAMES on Saturday, October 17, 2009 from 1-6pm at Indigo Arms Guest House's Garden Level located at 181 Lenox Avenue at 119th Street in Harlem, NY.

Nafissah Art Collectibles proudly presents "Metamorphosis", a vast array of new art by world renowned visual artist Synthia SAINT JAMES, on Saturday, October 17, 2009 from 1-6pm.

The "ONE DAY ONLY" exhibition and sale will take place at the historic Indigo Arms Guest House located at 181 Lenox Avenue (at 119th Street) in Harlem, NY on their Garden Level.

Synthia SAINT JAMES, the designer of the first United States Postal Stamp for the Kwanzaa holiday, will be unveiling "Tailed Jay", "Golden Helicon" and "A Turks & Caicos Sunset" along with several other new paintings at this event.

SAINT JAMES has recently created signature paintings for Children's Institute International's "Project Fatherhood", Susan G. Komen for the Cure's "Circle of Promise" campaign for which she now serves as a National Ambassador, and "Crowns" for Regina Taylor's play Crowns.

She is a member of the cast of M.K. Asante's latest documentary "The Black Candle" which is currently screening worldwide, and is also a member of the cast of "Breast Cancer Examined: An African American Perspective" which will air on the TV One Network in October. A portion of the proceeds from her art sales will be donated to the fight against breast cancer.

In just the past month two of her original paintings were donated to the permanent collections of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, New York, by the House of Seagram, and to Spelman College by Dr. Walter Allen.

SAINT JAMES, also a popular speaker and presenter, is currently booking engagements, appearances and exhibitions through 2011.

For more information or to schedule an interview with Synthia SAINT JAMES please call 323.993.5722.


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