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The Artists of Heartside Gallery and Studio--Paula Clark

Heartside Gallery and Studio features a new artist every month. Paula's work will be displayed in the Heartside Gallery front window; stop by to take a look!
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/Hannah Zeller

/Hannah Zeller

The artist for November is Paula Clark.  Here is a little about Paula in her own words:

‘I have been doing art for the past three years.  A desire of the heart caused me to become interested in making art.
I've been volunteering at Heartside Gallery for just less than a year.  I also volunteer at The Pavilion and Bridge Street House of Prayer.

As a kid, I don't remember art at all except that I couldn't draw.  Now I understand abstract art that comes from my imagination.
My favorite part about painting is laying down the color.

I am a Christian, a painter, an artist.  I love the Lord first.  I love art, second.’

 

The Artists of Heartside Gallery and Studio is a monthly feature to highlight some of the wonderful people of the Heartside neighborhood.  Visit www.heartside.org , Facebook and our Flickr page to keep up with us, to learn about volunteering and other ways to get involved.

Sarah Scott is Arts Coordinator for Heartside Gallery and Studio at Heartside Ministry, and can be reached at [email protected]

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