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March 07, 2012

John Nagy, artist

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John Nagy’s mandalas capture the relationship between self-reflection and peaceful moments with nature. The mandalas are complex and painted in white on a dark background; that range in size from large to small. The trees symbolize strength and durability. “My art work attempts to connect man with the natural world and his environment. It is a symbolic representation of our interaction with nature. In today’s modern age we are more and more separated from the spiritual truths of the word we live in. The social and spiritual commentary I make in my work should bring the viewer to a place of contemplation and reflection.” John Nagy

John is a local Cleveland artist. His works are on exhibit at The Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, 1st floor, through the end of March. The works are for sale. To purchase work or questions, please contact: june.hund@case.edu or call 216-368-0722.