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Image courtesy of Laura Hunt

Fort Worth-based artist Laura Hunt brings the humanity of homelessness to light in her series "Our Community, Our Neighbors" for the benefit of the Tarrant County Homeless Coalition. This collection of portraits of people who have or are currently experiencing homelessness makes a proactive connection between her art and the community issue of living without a place to call home.

Restarting in 2021 after the pandemic, Hunt began her process of portraying 26 individuals with 26 stories over 52 weeks. This exhibition is the conclusion of this important journey. Portraits are rendered in a contemporary style using mixed media on wood panels. All portraits will be available for purchase at completion.

The exhibition will remain on display through April 24.

Fort Worth-based artist Laura Hunt brings the humanity of homelessness to light in her series "Our Community, Our Neighbors" for the benefit of the Tarrant County Homeless Coalition. This collection of portraits of people who have or are currently experiencing homelessness makes a proactive connection between her art and the community issue of living without a place to call home.

Restarting in 2021 after the pandemic, Hunt began her process of portraying 26 individuals with 26 stories over 52 weeks. This exhibition is the conclusion of this important journey. Portraits are rendered in a contemporary style using mixed media on wood panels. All portraits will be available for purchase at completion.

The exhibition will remain on display through April 24.

Fort Worth-based artist Laura Hunt brings the humanity of homelessness to light in her series "Our Community, Our Neighbors" for the benefit of the Tarrant County Homeless Coalition. This collection of portraits of people who have or are currently experiencing homelessness makes a proactive connection between her art and the community issue of living without a place to call home.

Restarting in 2021 after the pandemic, Hunt began her process of portraying 26 individuals with 26 stories over 52 weeks. This exhibition is the conclusion of this important journey. Portraits are rendered in a contemporary style using mixed media on wood panels. All portraits will be available for purchase at completion.

The exhibition will remain on display through April 24.

WHEN

WHERE

Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio
1415 E. Vaughn St.
Fort Worth, TX 76105
https://txwes.edu/art-gallery/news--events/gallery-news/exhibits--events/our-community-our-neighbors-exhibit-opens-feb-17/#.YgvfYFXMLIW

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