VISALIA – Art is often a viewing portal to one’s soul, or simply how one views the world. The Arts Visalia Organization is proud to present their latest art exhibit. This month, the people of Tulare County will have a chance to view the works of Brianna Lee through Sept. 29.
“This is a fun event for the entire family to attend,” said Janelle Howard, gallery director at Arts Visalia.
Brianna Lee, a graduate of Golden West High School will showcase her impeccable portraits, still-life, and figure studies, all of which focus on the point when beauty transcends into the sublime.
Described as a little bit more of a classic art style with a Renaissance feel, this show is good for anyone majoring in art history or taking an art appreciation class.
Even if you missed her opening reception on Sept. 1, there are still plenty of opportunities to experience the exhibit, as it will be on display though Sept. 29. Arts Visalia will have the exhibit open on Wednesday through Saturdays from noon to 5:30 p.m.
There is no cost to tour the exhibit but Arts Visalia is always looking for donations and sponsors.
There is also a gift shop at the exhibit which has many different items on sale.
Arts Visalia’s next opening reception will be on Oct. 6, showcasing the works of Jamie Boley. She will be showcasing works from her CSU Fresno senior thesis on deconstructed style about her personal journey. Her exhibit, “Standing in the Gap of the Here and In-Between,” will show from Oct. 4 to Oct. 27.