Ingenues, Sirnes, And Queens: Art Exhibit Explores Extraordinary Women Of The Bible
By: Scott Robinson Designs
The "Women of the Bible" exhibit will feature fourteen original watercolors celebrating the ingenuity, audacity, and faith of biblical women. "In the current Me Too and Times Up era, it is important to acknowledge that women have always been courageous,"
Based in Alabama, LaShonda Scott Robinson is a watercolor artist. Art expresses her intimate feelings. A woman of color, she was taught to conceal weakness. Through art, she can openly cry without shedding a tear. Self-taught, her watercolor style is sensuous and dark. Body language expresses the truth. Therefore, the faces are blank. LaShonda believes "the face reveals our thoughts whereas the body reveals our hearts." Her work has exhibited in Alabama, Florida, New York, South Carolina, Monaco, and Switzerland.
The artist will be present at the opening reception Friday, November 1st. Betak/Frangoulis Art Gallery at Canterbury Episcopal Church is at 812 5th Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401. For additional information, please contact LaShonda Scott Robinson at 205-349-9655, email email@example.com, website http://www.lashondascottrobinson.com.
LaShonda Scott Robinson