We use cookies to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. Read more…
Wednesday
04
APR

Light on the Horizon Art Show

18:30
21:30

Get Directions

Category
#var:page_name# cover

Featuring the art of 2 artists trying to reach independence.

Jacob Cohen will present his digital illustration and Morgan Morenz her drawing.

The two artists will exhibit work that reflect their paths toward the quest of independence in a challenging world. The art will be displayed on the walls of Klekolo Coffee for the month of April.

The event is free - but all all sales will go toward each artist's independent living.

"These artists have been up against great challenges in their lives. This art reflects that - but also shows that there are positive things on the horizon that they are heading toward. Each artist inspires me to keep trying to help them and people like them as they try to navigate the world." – said Ryan Casey, Executive Director of the Chippens Hill Group, a Middletown-based company that helps advance people with challenges.

The art will be on display at Klekolo World Coffee through the month of April. Artist bios - Jacob Cohen – Jacob is a General studies major at Tunxis Community College for associates and considering switching to fine arts major for bachelors. He considers local professional artists George Nowak of Plainville (now deceased) and portrait painter James DeCesare to be his main teachers and influences. He is inspired by his loving girlfriend Naima and pets including a few lizards, Brenda the tarantula, and a cat named "Bees?"

Morgan Morenz – A certified Usui Reiki Master and awarded certificate of excellence animal intuitive by Cynthia M. Chase who honorably describes Morgan as the only natural born Shaman she has met. Morgan shares her business (Reiki for People and Pets) with her mom, and also offers tarot card reading and channeling. Her inspirations are her instincts, desire to do well and universal energy. Morgan feels a kinship with the sharks of Maritime Center Aquarium. She loves her cat Charles, dog Bella and holds a special place in her heart for all passed pets from hermit crabs to anole. She has a lot of empathy and cares about the misunderstood.

For more information regarding art-show in general – Ryan Casey, M.A. ryan@clearweavejobs.com 860.218.5355

Klekolo World Coffee - www.klekolo.com 860.343.9444.

Other events hosted by

Klekolo World Coffee