Sep 01, 2015 -
Dec 24, 2015
September 1 – December 24, 2015
Maria Lupo’s work explores the personal, societal, and environmental impacts of war and migration. Both are driven by basic needs such as food, safety, and freedom, but can lead to tense societies where equality and peace seem hopeless. Lupo writes, “We are a global, world network and we are all held prisoner by the terror of war and its slaughter of the human spirit.” Maria Lupo is a nationally recognized artist, a Registered Art Therapist, and holds a second Masters in Counseling Psychology. Her work is included in many public and private collections.
Includes the work of Maria Lupo.