Because I Said So… an exhibition encompassing the range of experiences that occur when growing up with parents or parental figures.
Everyone has a story about their parents; good, bad, funny, or sad. This show includes work by local artists in a range of mediums that explore memories, reflections, and anecdotes about their parents. Personal stories reveal universal truths.
Curated by Robin Kusten Hartmann and Kim Margaret Watling. Exhibiting artists include: Mindy Burger, Meili Corbin, Paula Hatcher Cordes, Jan Brown Checco, LaTausha Cox, Susan Crew, Gwen Davis, Linda Franklin, Judy Folkenberg, Carole Staples, Vincent Gray, Robin Hartmann, Michael W. Hensley, Samuel Jones, Kathleen Karshner, Stephannie Kennedy, Jeni Kling, Mary Barr Rhodes, Diane Roketenetz, and Kim Watling.
All are invited to an Opening Reception on Saturday, April 13 from 6 to 8 pm.
Artist Talk on Saturday, April 27 starting at 1 pm (free and open to the public).
Show continues through June 8. Gallery Hours are Tuesday – Friday, 10am to 5pm; and Saturday, 11 am to 4 pm.
Image: “Big Daddy” by Gwen Davis
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