Art, Vintage Photography and Fabric that Remembers the Pearl Harbor Era of the 1940s
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Saturday December 7 National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Art Show featuring 1940s Culture with Paint, Black White Photography and Fabric

ANAHEIM, Calif. - Californer -- In remembrance of Pearl Harbor, at 1212 Lincoln in Anaheim California, from 2-3 pm, we will be connecting with the 1940s culture of the era of Pearl Harbor with festive art, vintage photography and fabrics. On December 7, 1941, only 78 years ago, there was a surprise air attack by the Japanese army on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. A total of 2403 people were killed on that day including navy, marines, army personnel, and civilians. As a result, the United States entered World War II, something which it had been reluctant to do. The entry of the United States into WWII, and with the collaboration of the allies, culminated with the end to the war on September 2, 1945.

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The art show will be featuring FaFa Collages, a blend of paint, vintage photography and recycled fabrics. The photography reflects the first half of the 20th century. The fabrics are mostly from recycled clothing and some are vintage also from that time. Some of the paintings include translucent sheer fabrics that have a cotton candy like feel that are meant to resemble the spiritual and the quick passage of time from then to now.

The FAFA Collage art collection will be shown at the Learning Light Foundation on Saturday December 7, 2019 from 2-3:30 pm. Admittance is free. To find out more, please go to

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Source: Grace Divine Gallery
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