Jolene Joy Moss, first recipient of a grant from the Marianne Oberg Foundation Spiritual Art (MOFSA), will talk about her project of writing spiritually inspired children’s books. Bob Oberg, MOFSA founder, and Carlos Alvarez Cotera, illustrator for the book, will give some background about how the project came to be. Jolene will read selections from her book Emmalina and Papa’s Healing Hands. The book lightly and playfully introduces the idea of energy and light as witnessed through “Papa’s healing hands.” On display will be some of the original paintings created by Carlos that were used for illustrations in the book. The event will be held from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 12 at the Mint Hill Arts Gallery at 11205 Lawyers Road in Mint Hill.
There Is Healing in a Story: An Invitation to Spiritual Art by Jennifer McCormick
Wednesday, January 23 through Friday, February 22
Mint Hill Arts Center
Mint Hill Arts is proud to feature, from mid-January through the end of February, the stunning, provocative spiritual art of Winston-Salem artist Jennifer McCormick. McCormick, a certified medical illustrator, uses x-rays of real injuries submitted to her in her work and transforms them into images of healing and hope.