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Posted on: August 17, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Temecula Valley Museum Presents Ancestry and Animals: The Art of Hajime Ohno

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The Temecula Valley Museum, at 28314 Mercedes Street, will host a new art exhibit, Ancestry and Animals: The Art of Hajime Ohno.  The exhibit features the fine art of Hajime OhnTVMP Ancestry and Animals 2o, who finds inspiration in his Japanese heritage and in the beauty and resilience of the animals that pique his curiosity. This exhibit opens on AUG 12, 2022 and closes on DEC 4, 2022.

Temecula Mayor Matt Rahn states, “Arts & Culture elevate a community while providing a sense of place, belonging, and pride.  We are pleased to offer this opportunity for local artist Hajime Ohno to feature his work at the Temecula Valley Museum.  Mr. Ohno’s original artwork is outstanding and an example of the incredibly talented artists living and working right here in the Temecula Valley.Temeculasafe

The Temecula Valley Museum invites guests of all ages to visit and enjoy this opportunity to explore the fine art and photography created by a local artist.  For more information, please visit  TemeculaValleyMuseum.org, or call 951-694-6450.                                                                   


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