Inner landscape, outer world – where do you find Home? Our habitats are where we live and die, raise our families, renew priorities. At Paula Estey Gallery, A Center for Art and Activism, we will be exploring this deep theme through art in many forms, during the month of September in our group exhibition “HABITAT:Finding Home” featuring the magnificent paintings of Eva Maria Lee and Johniene Papandreas, photography by emerging artist Bonnie Lake and mixed media paintings by veterans Brenda Cirioni and Ruth Brownstein. Each artist expresses the habitat of their heartsand art in differing, and yet profound, ways. HABITAT: Finding Home, opens on Thursday, September 5th, from 6-8pm, with our program beginningat 6:30pm (new time!). FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC We have a VERY SPECIALGUEST Ava Valianti, 10 year old photographer whose non-profit DOMINO OF GOOD DEEDS will be selling her own photographs, with 50% of proceeds goingto THE CLEAN RIVER PROJECT to help steward the Merrimack River.
This event first appeared on EssexCountyCreates.org