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‘Bare Wings” exhibit to be on display at the Markay

Artist Karisa DeLay will have her ‘Bare Wings’ exhibit on display at The Markay Cultural Arts Center in Jackson from March 31-April 17.

The artist explains that the ‘Bare Wings’ experience will be pieces of art that draw close to the artist’s passion for spiritual world and the emotions of the Angels surrounding us.

"Exhausted Freedom", pictured, expresses the burdens we put on our Angels as we tug back and forth screaming "America".  The Angels that watch over us do so without prejudice, or judgment. This painting shows the emotional drain we put our guardian angels through during this rough road we have in America. 
The upcoming show for Karisa DeLay will be called 'Bare Wings' featuring the emotions of angels.

“Exhausted Freedom”, pictured, expresses the burdens we put on our Angels as we tug back and forth screaming “America”. The Angels that watch over us do so without prejudice, or judgment. This painting shows the emotional drain we put our guardian angels through during this rough road we have in America. 
The upcoming show for Karisa DeLay will be called ‘Bare Wings’ featuring the emotions of angels.

DeLay is a full time wife and mother of four daughters, a salon owner/operator at The LOCAL Salon & Spa, a published author with two novels, occasional blogger at www.karisadelay.com , and the owner of The LOCAL Gallery in downtown Jackson, where she helps other local artists sell their art through the gallery and online.

Karisa finds inspiration through those nearest to her and by the talents God has given her to share with those around her.

Meet the artist on Friday, March 31, at 7 p.m. where she will discuss her work and the inspiration behind the pieces.

“Bare Wings” will be on exhibit from March 31 until April 17 in the Markay Gallery. There is not cost to view the exhibit.

The gallery is open Wednesday to Friday noon to 5 p.m. and on weekends 1 to 3 p.m. It is also open during performances in the theatre. Viewings by appointments are also available by calling 740-286-6355. There is no charge to view the exhibit.

The Markay Cultural Arts Center is under the operation of the Southern Hills Arts Council, a 501(c)3 not for profit organization, whose mission is to be a vehicle for experiencing the arts.
For more visit www.southernhillsartscouncil.org or www.markayjackson.org.

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