Those magnificent paintings you have noticed in our FBC Fairmount Gallery were all produced by FBC mem-ber Kara Hungate, an accomplished artist, and art instructor. Representing several different media Kara has put together an eclectic and interesting show that we think you will greatly enjoy.
Excerpts from Kara’s Artist Statement include the following:
“A Native Clevelander, my interest in art began in childhood and has evolved over the years. Exposure to each new art technique confirmed my interest in art and I realized it was a love worthy of further pursuit.”
“My interest in teaching and my love for children prompted me to pursue a career in art as an artist, educator, and administrator, which I pursued in 1998 in Cleveland.”
“Artistic goals such as creativity, seeking inspiration through imagination, and the free act of expression are important to my own artistic spirit and voice.”
Kara will talk about her craft in this casual setting and will be happy to answer your questions. Please plan to observe her artwork, and to join her for an hour of enlightening conversation.
1:30 PM Sunday, October 1, 2017, in Spahr Center
(A light lunch for $5 per person will be available in Bell Dining Room after the church service)