Schneider comments on the show stating: “The key to a thriving civilized society is the creation of successful partnerships with effective compassionate communication. Artists are the empathetic vessels of societal energy and lead the way in creating a universal vocabulary of understanding.”
Works are made by artists across a wide range of disciplines. Participating artists include: Cindy Arsaga, David Bachman, Whitney Johnston Bell, Lela Besom, Karla Walden Caraway, Carol Corning, Annie Edmondson, Alli Frederick, Ciara Froning, Laurie Foster, Ashley Gardner, Rob Gordon, Jan Gosnell, Samuel Gray, Dale Heath, Pat Hennon, Don House, Susan Idlet, Jo Ann Kaminsky, Christina Mariotti, Nathan Jay Mabry, Heather Younger Morton, Ed Pennebaker, Kim Seaberg, Steven Schneider, Rachel Tebbetts, Chris Weaver.
This must-see show will remain on display at Fenix Fayetteville Gallery through April 27. Fenix Fayetteville is located at 16 W. Center Street in Fayetteville and is open Wednesday-Friday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. The gallery space is located on the historic Fayetteville square just steps away from the Chancellor hotel and is the perfect place to pop in when you're out for a stroll downtown. Admission to this exhibition is free.
To learn more about this gallery space or upcoming exhibits, visit fenixfayettevilleart.com