I was excited this Sunday to reveal the artwork that I created to support our church's worship theme, God at the Center. The theme will tie in with most of our biblical studies for the year. I'm excited to focus on this year's theme: I can already feel it guiding my choices as I carve my past as an artist and small business owner. I hope that my art will provide a visual anchor point as the congregation considers this year's theme.
I'm so excited to bring my work to Seneca to show at Loblolly Arts. Visit the gallery on Ram Cat Alley to find unframed prints, mounted prints, and a few original artworks by me. See original musical pieces, a variety of mounted prints, and cards and small prints of my work at Loblolly Arts.
Two Octaves is one of the most recent pieces completed by Hansen, a member of the Anderson Artists Guild. It features a 1925 Cunningham grand piano gifted to her family by her husband’s aunt and transported to their North Carolina apartment in 2001 with financial assistance from Hansen’s grandmother. The couple brought it with them when they moved to Anderson.
If you've been by the Anderson Arts Center, you might have heard beautiful music drifting up from the bottom level of the old brick building. Sounds of Carolina Music Academy has been at the Anderson Arts Center for 4 years now and they are located across from the Bay3 Gallery where I show my work. I was excited to attend one of the studio's first concerts with my family.