Three sisters with a long family history of creating will showcase their works at the Carnegie with an opening reception beginning this Saturday, Aug. 13 from 1-4 p.m.
Julie Wright Corbin is an artist from Linton, a mother of two and grandmother of three. She has a deep love for nature including hiking, fishing, biking, gardening, and mushroom hunting. Her love of the outdoors is showcased in her beautiful paintings.
Next to the oldest in a family of six, Judy Wright Crosley learned to be creative at a young age. Judy lives in Worthington and is a licensed insurance agent holding degrees in psychology, sociology and English. She is an eclectic artist producing paintings in various mediums, sculptures and handmade jewelry.
Laura Wright LaRoche is the youngest in a family of artists raised on a small farm near Shoals, Indiana. She currently is an author and cover designer working with both traditional and freelance publishing companies. Her art is also influenced by her love of the outdoors and currently lives in Linton with her husband Dale.
The Wright Sisters opens this Saturday, Aug. 13 from 1-4 pm. in the South East Gallery at the Carnegie and will run through September the 7th.
Stop in and meet a family of artists and their awesome creations.
Hope to see you there.
The Carnegie Heritage & Arts Center is located at 110 E. Vincennes St. in Linton. Regular hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10-4 p.m. For more information call 847-0165 or www.carnegiegreene.org.
Donna Kluesner is president and founder of the Carnegie Heritage & Arts Center of Greene County. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.