Calling all art lovers. Local Dayton nonprofit, We Care Arts, is hosting a special dual exhibition gallery featuring local emerging artists at their Berkeley Center studio location in Kettering Friday, June 14th from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Kick off the weekend with some exclusive art pieces, online bidding, gallery shop and more.
The visual arts studio, at 3035 Wilmington Pike Kettering, OH 45429, is celebrating 36 years and counting with their debut gallery show. The dual exhibition show and reception will feature two Dayton-based artists, Teresa White and Mitchell Knight, from We Care Arts.
Teresa White is a sculptor from Dayton, OH. She enjoys creating whimsical animal shapes, drawing inspiration from colors and forms in nature. She finds happiness in the process of developing each piece and sharing her art with others. She loves creating each piece and enjoys it even more when an onlooker appreciates her work.
Mitchell Knight is a painter from Dayton, OH. He graduated from Chaminade Julienne High School. Mitchell enjoys art because it allows him to focus on what he is creating and enjoy that moment. Mitchell specializes in abstract paintings on canvas. His work is inspired by the lines and shapes found in art by Paul Klee.
We Care Arts believes in the healing power of creating and producing art that transforms physical, developmental and mental health challenges into a future rich with possibilities.
Since 1983, We Care Arts has been providing a caring and safe space for artists to engage in artistic exploration as they work through life’s challenges.
If you would like to see more about We Care Arts, please visit them online at wecarearts.org and follow on social media.
For gallery information, you may contact Rebekah Orr at Rorr@wecarearts.org or by phone at 937 252 3937.