"Images of Inspiration & Hope," A Black History Month Exhibition
On display in the 2nd Floor Gallery of the Noyes Cultural Arts Center from Sunday, January 29 through Wednesday, March 29.
The opening reception will be held Sunday, February 12 from 2-5 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public; light refreshments will be served.
This exhibit features three artists:
Martha A. Wade is an award-winning visual artist from Chicago who has always carried a deep passion for art making. Her painting style utilizes whimsical themes of fantasy and hope to portray cultural historical themes in a positive tone.
Reisha Williams is a Chicago-based contemporary fine arts photographer and painter. She creates images holistically by combining conception, styling photography, collage and found objects.
Anthony Porter’s current art medium of choice is drawing and painting, with a strong emphasis in portraiture, using a rendering process with pastels. His figures are African-American Civil Rights advocates who have made sacrifices, and show bravery and courage for the betterment of all people.
For more information, please view the gallery page here.