Arts! Alive opening for Lorraine Miller-Wolf's MODIFIED ACUITY PORTRAITS, May 2, at Los Bagels in Eureka
You are warmly invited to the Opening Reception for my show: MODIFIED ACUITY PORTRAITS at Los Bagels in Eureka during Arts Alive next Saturday (May 2) from 6-9 PM.
One of our most valued senses is our eyesight, especially if one is a visual artist. What happens if vision is impaired or lost? How is our acuity and perception modified? My exhibit at Los Bagels explores those questions and introduces the viewer to the world of five local artists adjusting to vision loss. I also want to educate the public on the importance of eye health care (especially for us aging baby boomers!) and to introduce them to Lighthouse of the North Coast, a non profit agency that provides solutions to living with vision loss.
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I am very enthusiastic about painting on the iPad. I paint at live music performances, and when I travel I paint what I see, and post the images to facebook as digital postcards.
I enjoy teaching iPad painting, and will be teaching it again at Humboldt State University's OLLI program in October, and at the Mendocino Art Center in November. I also give private lessons.