Visions Art Museum’s Saturday, January 17th’s reception of the exhibit Expressions In Equality was outstanding.  23 pieces (each different and inspiring) were on display (until April 4th).  How honored I am to be part of this exhibit.  Thanks to curator Sheila Frampton Cooper for asking us all to participate.IMG_1298

As promised here is a full view of my piece “Common Threads” which was inspired by Dr. Maya Angelou’s quote:  “We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color.”

IMG_1297My piece is on the cover of 8 page gallery guide featuring the 23 artists in the show.

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Below is a link to the gallery guide shown above with photos, artist names, and prices for work in the exhibit.  It is a “must see” exhibit if you can visit San Diego before April 4th, and if not this guide will be the next best substitute.

Expressions in Equality 8 page color publication

 

2 Responses to “Reception: Expressions In Equality, Visions Art Museum, San Diego”

  1. Cheryl Crow

    Bravo Sherry. Too bad that Dr. Angelou isn’t with us to see the inspiration she brought to your work of art. She would have been so proud. All the best. Cheryl

    Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2015 00:49:59 +0000 To: crowcheryl@hotmail.com

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    • sherrykleinman

      Thanks Cheryl for your comment; I was inspired by her words and hoped I could convey that to the viewer. How special it was at the reception to hear comments about my work. Makes the effort worthwhile.

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