Oct. 6-12, 2000
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KCRC plans artistic birthday celebration
painting by acclaimed local artist Kacey Carneal
The Kluge Children's Rehabilitation Center will celebrate its 43rd birthday on Oct. 12, from 3 to 5 p.m., with a reception and exhibition of paintings by acclaimed local artist Kacey Carneal. The event, to be held on the grounds of the center on Ivy Road, is open to the public. Carneal has been named artist-in-residence for KCRC thanks to a gift from an anonymous donor. Carneal, a folk artist who lives in Gloucester, works in oil on wood or canvas and uses frames that are extensions of her paintings. Her work has been in juried shows in 52 cities, 23 states and the Netherlands since she began her career in 1985. A number of Carneal's colorful community scenes provide daily inspiration to patients on U.Va. hospital's pediatrics floor, as well as at the KCRC.

 

 

 


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