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Art at A Distance, temporary art exhibit of the work of eleven local artists in response to their experiences with Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, W. 30th and Meyer

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Saturday, October 17, 2020; Art at A Distance, temporary art exhibit of the work of eleven local artists in response to their experiences with Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, W. 30th and Meyer: This Oil and Acrylic artwork by artist Kubra AlHilali is titled: “Peace, Joy and Happiness.” AlHilali says, “Coronavirus brought out fears that I thought had been put away forever. I was scared for my family, my friends, myself and my daughter. It took much prayer to focus on the positive and know that everything will be alright.” Art at a Distance, a part of Creative Fusion, an artist in residency program funded by Cleveland Foundation, displays the work of eleven artists on the fences of Lincoln West High School and Meyer Pool until November 21st.
PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON
Saturday, October 17, 2020; Art at A Distance, temporary art exhibit of the work of eleven local artists in response to their experiences with Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, W. 30th and Meyer: Artwork by Kevin Fernandez Colon. Art at a Distance, a part of Creative Fusion, an artist in residency program funded by Cleveland Foundation, displays the work of eleven artists on the fences of Lincoln West High School and Meyer Pool until November 21st. Artists displaying work in the exhibit are: Devon Iris, Kevin Fernandez Colon, Kristen Newell, Gilberto Rivera Jr., Jen Craun, Emily Splain, Hector Castellanos, Mark Yasenchack, Elaine Hillihen, Alicia Vasquez, Kubra AlHilali.

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