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2015 Women to Watch Exhibit

6. Triple White Zinnia - clay, glaze 13 x 40 x 23.E.G. Schempf

Linda Lighton, Triple White Zinnia

 

The Epsten Gallery, located in the the center of Overland Park’s Village Shalom assisted living facility, is hosting the 2015 Women to Watch exhibit. The exhibit is part of a national series sponsored by the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.,  and includes the work of five area women: photographer Lara Shipley, video artist Diana Heise, mixed media artists Rain Harris and Sonie Ruffin, and sculptor Linda Lighton.  Themes include identity, beauty, violence, anguish, fear fantasy, authenticity and artificiality running through the wide variety of media. The Women to Watch exhibit runs through March 22.  The Epsten Gallery is located at 123rd Street and Nall, and is free to visit and open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.  Visit epstengallery.org for more information about the show and for information on the National Women in the Arts.

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