WATERTOWN – Join the NCAC as we present our October 2019 Feature Exhibit "hope lives!" featuring the art of Hope Marshall. A local award winning artist and photographer, Hope will be displaying digital art, photographs, encaustic paintings, sculpture as well as her poetry, inspired by her multi-cultural heritage.
As resident of Clayton, New York, she notes, “I derive great inspiration from all lines of my heritage. Irish, Welsh, Dutch, German, First Nation Haudenosaunee – MOHAWK. I follow a long trail of Peace makers and I stride with the confidence of the first peoples.”
Hope is a Reiki Master/Teacher, operating partner in River Muse Gallery, owner of Perception Photography, and an avid volunteer who states, “Volunteerism is a duty dear to me and encourage others to give of their time freely. The rewards and friendship gained through volunteering are strong and fair reaching.”
The event opening will be Friday, October 4 from 5pm to 8pm at the Watertown Masonic Temple Performing Arts Center. Musical entertainment will be provided by guitarist Gary Walts - Heavy Mellow Guitar, and refreshments will be served. NCAC members admitted free to the opening, non-members $5 donation.
For more details or information on the NCAC feature exhibits, contact the Feature Exhibit Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.