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Illuminated Soul

Keith Bowers
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday., Friday February 15 | Free.

The Willoughby Art Gallery, located in Procter Center, will feature ceramic work by Wanda Owens.  Owens began losing her sight at the age 20 after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. In each collection of work, Owens includes a piece featuring a clown and "always something about the Lord." Her art is a spiritual process and experience, which is what pushes her to continue making art. The exhibit is being run in conjunction with ArtsWave sampler weekend.



Where: Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Phone: 513-522-3860
Address: 7000 Hamilton Ave.
Website: www.clovernook.org
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