Arts & Leisure

Laura King shows work from 120-day art challenge

'FENCE POSTS,' BY Laura King

BRANDON — The Compass Music and Arts Center in Brandon is opening a new exhibit by Brandon-based artist and educator, Laura King on Friday, Sept. 24. A public reception will be held to mark the opening on Friday from 5-7 p.m. The exhibit will remain on view through Nov. 5.

King’s exhibit, “Fence Posts mark a path,” is a collection of over 100  artworks representing a  journey of discovery and reflection during the pandemic winter 2021. The title, “Fence Posts,” refers to specific themes of personal strength King uncovered while completing a 120-day art challenge. The exhibit shares King’s artistic journey and illustrates how art can play an essential role, whether it be stirring, expressive, poignant or empowering during a challenging time.

For more information call (802) 247-4295.

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