Date(s) - 03/20/2016
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Art is a catalyst which breaks down barriers, forming intersections between people who might otherwise be strangers, and fostering a sense of community.
Since September, artists Kate Brandes and Lauren Kindle have been painting the portraits of people all over Easton, as well as collecting their personal stories. The stories and art have been made into little books, which will be for sale at the opening reception, along with the original artwork, prints, and cards.
Proceeds from our show will benefit the Easton Area Public Library. We’ve chosen the library because it’s a public space accessible to all Easton residents, and offers valuable resources to the community. And, as a building literally filled with books, the library is a perfect place for stories to be shared.
Thanks to the Arts Community of Easton (ACE) for their support of this project!
We have a limited number of Intersections Books available for sale for $25. You can pre-order them on my website. There is also one at the Easton Area Public Library (not for sale, but you can read it!).
Here’s the link: