Re:View Gallery 444 Willis St , Detroit... will be hosting an informal closing reception for Niagara’s WAR PAINT this Saturday, July 28, 5 pm to 7 pm. The exhibit runs through Saturday, August 4.

Four signed and numbers limited-edition giclees from WAR PAINT will be available for purchase this Saturday:

"It's Marlene Dietrich. She was our one and only German movie goddess. She became an American citizen before WWII. She spent three long years entertaining the troops. ... She hated Hitler and loved the U.S. soldiers. They adored her." Niagara

- “If You Don’t Like to Fight I Don’t Want You Around”

"The first painting of 'War Paint.' Inspired by Clara Bow from a WWI movie. She has a forever-face with sad eyes that just don't quit. America loved her. She was vivacious, but she had more heart and soul than any one person should have. She was our It Girl." Niagara

- “Hot Box Camo”

It's a camouflage 'Hot Box' Niagara camo." Niagara

- “Blast Off”

Niagara Discusses her "WAR PAINT" exhibit

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