Playing Koi

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Playing Koi

Durango artist’s Japanese fish blend well with tea room
Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room, shares a glass a tea with Elizabeth Kinahan on Wednesday after they finished hanging her “Playing Koi” series for today’s opening.
Paintings of koi fish by Elizabeth Kinahan adorn the walls of the White Dragon Tea Room.
Paintings of koi fish by Elizabeth Kinahan adorn the walls of the White Dragon Tea Room.
Paintings of koi fish by Elizabeth Kinahan adorn the walls of the White Dragon Tea Room.
Elizabeth Kinahan created 10 new works for the intimate “Playing Koi” at White Dragon Tea Room.
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The White Dragon Good Feelings Tea Room + Gallery will host an opening reception for “Playing Koi: Paintings of Fishes by Elizabeth Kinahan” from 3-6 p.m. today. The tea room is at 820 Main Ave. in the back of There’s No Place Like Home. For more

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Playing Koi

Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room, shares a glass a tea with Elizabeth Kinahan on Wednesday after they finished hanging her “Playing Koi” series for today’s opening.
Paintings of koi fish by Elizabeth Kinahan adorn the walls of the White Dragon Tea Room.
Paintings of koi fish by Elizabeth Kinahan adorn the walls of the White Dragon Tea Room.
Paintings of koi fish by Elizabeth Kinahan adorn the walls of the White Dragon Tea Room.
Elizabeth Kinahan created 10 new works for the intimate “Playing Koi” at White Dragon Tea Room.
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