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"Swish of the Yak Tail Fly-Wisk," an exhibit of new paintings and works on paper by Julie Evans, opens at Metaphor Contemporary Art gallery in Boerum Hill on Wednesday.

Among the works on display is Evans’ 9-inch by 12-inch acrylic and gouache on board, "Bindi Dharma No. 5" (pictured). As the recent recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship, Evans traveled through India and Nepal researching Indian miniature paintings for eight months. This exhibit continues her exploration of the painting traditions of that country.

A reception for the artist will be held Sept. 8, from 6 pm to 9 pm. The exhibit is on display through Oct. 10. Metaphor Contemporary Art gallery is located at 382 Atlantic Ave. between Hoyt and Bond streets. For more information, call (718) 254-9126 or visit the Web site at www.metaphorcontemporaryart.com.

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