Amy had two things that made her shine. One was her sense of humor and the other was her sense of justice. Some would say they're mutually exclusive, but not Amy. Her puns were bombs. Let's all remember her by holding a fire under those who would deny others their right to live as they wish to live, but do so with joy in our hearts.
Consider joining us for a night of music this Wednesday, Sept. 30, at the gallery. Our headliner is Tennessee artist/musician Joseph Allred. I know comparisons are lame, but if you like the music of John Fahey or Terry Riley, you'll probably like Joseph's. Opening will be local folk folks, Dreaming Sophia's Little Sister, and fresh from Legends of Arkansas, S!basstron. Music starts 7:30. Donations encouraged.
“Por los Caminos de la Esperanza” / “By the Path of Hope”
acrylic & spray paint by x3mex
“Detalles” hangs through October 3rd.
Closing reception October 3rd.
Whether it be by rattling boxcar, flimsy life raft or boot-leather express, people are on the move, escaping war and hunger, hoping to find a better life for their families. Exodus. Then, hopefully, asylum.