Beauty in the Broken Places

Erin Prais-Hintz

August 30 - November 4, 2016

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Beauty in the Broken Places is a thematic exhibition of art that seeks to interpret the ways in which we are all broken but can transcend and mend through this aspect of our humanity.

This exhibit is the brain child of Erin Prais-Hintz and will feature her work, including jewelry, mosaics, and one of a kind 3-D pieces. This exhibit is the result of two years of planning by Erin and Wisconsin poet, Cristina Norcross.

Cristina M.R.Norcross has written many poems specifically for this exhibit. Her verse will be on display at the gallery, and Cristina will be presenting one of several workshops at Q in connection with this exhibit.
here to find our more about these and other workshops.

Other Q Gallery member artists are presenting art as part of this theme. They include Kristie Cecil, Mary Therese Murphy, Joan North, Paul Klein, Dan Sivek, Mary Sipiorski, Mary Ellen Pollock, Justine Pawelski, and Robert Rosen. The work of each artist fits within their interpretation of the theme and, in some cases, is inspired by the poetry of
Cristina Norcross.

The artists' reception
will be at Q Gallery on
Friday, September 16th
5:30-7:30 pm
and is open to the public.
Hors d'oeuvres will be served.
Q Artists Cooperative