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Michael
  • Heather Clements
, Pieces Lost
, cut paper, wood
  • Christon Anderson
, Chaos and my Thoughts, 
mixed media
  • Heather Parker, Dissent, acrylic on wood, found objects
  • Sarah Burris
, Reconstructed, 
Embroidery
  • Sarah Burris
, Reconstructed, 
Embroidery
  • Sarah Burris, 
Canary In The Climate Change
, mixed media collage
  • Pavel Amromin, 
We Live Like Squatters, 
video and found objects
  • Jayson Kretzer, 
Where Three Gather
, pen and ink
  • Tammy Marinuzzi, Michael Tumblers, terracotta
  • Pavel Amromin, 
Leda, ceramic, gaze
  • Public Eye
, Dear Micheal
, installation
  • Heather Parker, It will be swift when it happens, acrylic on wood
  • Mandy Yourick, 
Passing Thru, 
mixed media

Michael

October 11 – November 8

The exhibit marks a one-year anniversary of Hurricane Michael. Each artist offers a unique reflection on the storm and its aftermath, from the mundane “new normal” of the recovery to questions about the changing planet around us. The works in the exhibit are wide-ranging and span across many media. There is drawing, painting, embroidery, collage, assemblage, ceramics, video, and installation. There is sadness, loss, resilience and hope.

Featuring work by local artists; Pavel, Amromin, Christon Anderson, Sarah Burris, Heather Clements, John "JD" Daniel, Jayson Kretzer, Tammy Marinuzzi, Heather Parker, Margaret Webster, and Mandy Yourick.

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