Warmth and Light exhibit at Good Shepherd Gallery

Warmth and Light
Sr. Catherine Massei, business manager for Good Shepherd Arts Center, talks about the gallery exhibition “Warmth and Light” with an art patron.

Warmth and Light, the January exhibit at Good Shepherd Arts Center, filled the space with a wide variety of expressions. The artists whose works were on display are Artist Associates of the center and have shown their work there before.

Sacred arts ministry

Good Shepherd Arts Center is a sacred arts ministry of Sisters of the Good Shepherd. The heart of the ministry is the Good Shepherd Gallery, which exhibits uplifting and family-friendly art that promotes peace and affirms human dignity. The gallery presents opportunities for youth and adults to have their own shows of artwork and offers classes and workshops that link creativity and spirituality.

The sacred arts ministry also involves Sister Glynis Mary McManamon in painting icons for public viewing and working with schools and community groups on collaborative exhibitions and programs.

Warmth and Light
An art patron studies one of Gary Lang’s abstract paintings during opening night of the January exhibit

Shows in 2018

Upcoming shows in 2018 will introduce new visual and performing artists to the space, including children from North County Catholic Schools in February and residents from Ferguson in August.

Learn more about Good Shepherd Arts Center.

Jeanette McDermott

Jeanette McDermott

Jeanette is the Communications Coordinator for Sisters of the Good Shepherd Province of Mid-North America. She is a career photojournalist who has served in various capacities of print, broadcast, and corporate communications. Jeanette is devoted to creation and is particularly focused on saving pollinators and other wildlife species and their habitat. She is an ethical vegan and created the website veganstoryteller.com