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“A SLICE OF LIFE” EXHIBIT AT THE GMEINER

June 14 - July 7

FREE

The Gmeiner Art & Cultural Center is pleased to announce a new Atrium Gallery exhibit “A Slice of Life” featuring watercolors by Corning artist, Lee O’Connell. The exhibit will open on Friday, June 14th with a reception from 6-8PM. The reception is free and open to the public, who are invited to come meet the artist. This exhibit will remain on display until Sunday, July 7th. Lee says of the exhibit, “This show is inspired by my love of noticing the little things that inspire me to take note.  Whether it’s a person, a flower, a bird… be there a shaft of light that attracts my attention, or colors screaming for me to paint them, or maybe just a quiet little moment that makes me think, any and all can inspire my art.”

Lee O’Connell is primarily a watercolor artist who dabbles in oils. She began her artistic career after retiring as Director of Admissions, from Chemung Valley Montessori School in Big Flats.  Lee is a self-taught painter, though truly that is a misnomer as there have been many teachers in her life.  Lee has always had a creative soul, though, even if she does not have formal training.

Details

Start:
June 14
End:
July 7
Cost:
FREE
Website:
https://gmeinerartculturalcenter.org/current-exhibit/

Venue

Gmeiner Art & Cultural Center
134 Main Street
Wellsboro, PA 16901 United States
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