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Elmaleh’s watercolors on exhibit

untitled watercolor by artist Victor Elmaleh
An untitled watercolor by artist Victor Elmaleh is among the works now on display in Campbell Hall’s newly renovated Victor + Sono Elmaleh Gallery.

An exhibition of watercolors, “Works by Victor Elmaleh,” will be on view in Campbell Hall Public Gallery at U.Va. through the summer. The gallery is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

A 1942 graduate of the School of Architecture, Moroccan-born Elmaleh began to paint in the 1960s. His works, primarily watercolor and collage, have been exhibited in numerous shows and galleries in New York, Boston and other cities elsewhere in the Northeast as well as the University Art Museum and the Asolo Festival in Venice, Italy.

Elmaleh practiced architecture for only a few years after graduation before entering the international trade business. Currently, he is the chair of World-Wide Holdings of New York.

Elmaleh and his wife, Sono, funded the renovation of the gallery, and a May 16 opening reception was held to unveil the exhibit.


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