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Shyamala School of Art and Colombo Art Biennale present ‘Dawn’


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The Shyamala School of Art together with the Colombo Art Biennale presented ‘Dawn,’ in aid of Unity Mission Trust, an exclusive Silent Auction of paintings by renowned artists at the Lionel Wendt Gallery recently. All proceeds are towards fostering unity, healing and integration among the youth of Sri Lanka – Pix by Shehan Gunasekara

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