Award-winning artists- Mary Jo Messenger, Katherine Farrell, and Lynda Mitic have worked together for many years, elegantly combining their unique yet complementary perspectives. Their love of the everyday beauty surrounding us – in people, animals, the environment – is evident in the details of their vivid works.
In this exhibit, they point a captivating spotlight on Humanim, a non-profit, social service organization serving individuals in Maryland with disabilities and socio-economic challenges, helping them build pathways to economic equity, opportunity, and independence. Many of the paintings will be donated to Humanim, along with 20% of the proceeds from sales of this exhibit’s pieces.
Public reception will be held on Sunday, April 23 from 3-5pm at the Bernice Kish Gallery at Slayton House.
Messenger and Group’s Gallery Talk is scheduled on Wednesday, May 3 from 10-11am. Interact with the art through this insider’s view of Wolf-Hubbard’s creative process and inspiration. This event is free and open to the public but registration is requested. Register HERE