The Jack Fischer Gallery would like to announce the opening of a show held in cooperation with Creative Growth, Creativity Explored, and the National Institute of Art and Disabilities (NIAD); three local nonprofit centers dedicated to the support of developmentally and physically disabled adult artists. In the case of all three centers, the individuals who use their studio and gallery facilities represent a diversity of backgrounds, ages, and styles of expression.
Jack Fischer has a long history of working with these centers and their artists, such as Camille Holvoet, Aurie Ramirez, Rosita Pardo, and Thomas Pringle. This show will be themed around portraiture, and will exhibit responses to the human face in a variety of mediums.
The show will open on May 14th with a reception for the artists at the gallery from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., and be on display until June 25th.