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    Kasia Domanska "Endless Summer" @ Gallery 532 Thomas Jaeckel, NYC – view more (summery) images @ – #onourradar #endlesssummer #gallery532

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    Beach Paintings by Kasia Domanska

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    When we think of Warsaw, Poland, we don't always think of an endless summer, but Polish painter Kasia Domanska has created a powerfully bright series of oil on canvas works documenting a day at the beach that is currently on display at 532 Thomas Jaeckel in NYC through July 3, 2012. Each painting captures a fleeting moment of youth and light, works that capture a sense of innocent voyeurism.

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