Coffee in Congo

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“Coffee, coffee, coffee, coffee!” Anyone else feel the need to order coffee the way Lorelai Gilmore orders her coffee?  The desire is so great and overwhelming that coffee is the only thought occupying your mind.  We may not all live … Continued

My First Home

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The seeds for Pax Gallery were sown about ten years ago when I visited my brother in Congo.   But if we really want to go back to where it all starts, the seeds for me were also sown in … Continued

Art Vs. War

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In Goma, a city of a million people, Mapendo Sumuni has opened the city’s first art gallery.   For the past two decades Goma has been known for violence; the Rwandan Genocide, The First Congo War, The Second Congo War, … Continued

Pax Makes The News

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Blaine’s local paper, The Northern Light, featured Pax Gallery in a roundup of new local businesses. Here’s the part about Pax: Pax Gallery Blaine resident Doug Dahl did not live in the Democratic Republic of Congo for very long. His … Continued

Pax Gallery is Open!

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I am pleased to announce that Pax Gallery is officially open.  Some of you know that I’ve been working on opening this gallery for nearly a year; some of you are wondering what I’m talking about.  For those in the … Continued

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