Planes, Trains And Automobiles Gallery Opens At Erlanger Baroness Hospital

Monday, December 17, 2018
Arts at Erlanger held the opening of the “Planes, Trains and Automobiles” gallery at Erlanger Baroness Hospital on Dec. 14 in the gallery corridor. 
 
The juried gallery consists of a multitude of different mediums including paintings and photographs showcasing some local sites as well as hidden treasures and far off places. This gallery was coordinated with the opening of Children’s Hospital at Erlanger’s new Kennedy Outpatient Center. 
 
“Arts at Erlanger is excited to introduce the new gallery show entitled Planes, Trains and Automobiles,” stated Judy Spiegel, co-chair of the Arts at Erlanger program.
“This is a wonderful display of art showcasing very talented local artists. I hope that these photographs will bring joy to our Erlanger employees, patients and their families.’
 
Artists Miki Boni, Anne Bordash, Donna Bourdon, Tom Cory, Jill Dixon, Gayle Domanski, Steve Gustafson, Melody Hood, Faye Ives, Janice Kennedy, Jennie Kirkpatrick, Ken Kirkpatrick, Jacquie Leavitt, Spears McAllester, Robert McLeod, Kathleen Pacenti, Thomas Peterson, Gary Pope, Michael Pratt, Angela Serre, Richard Smith, Karen Ottley Sticher, Steven R. Ware, Evelyn Marie Williams and Alan Wolfe comprise the gallery. 
 
The gallery will be available for public viewing from Dec. 14 until April 10, 2019 in the gallery corridor in Erlanger Baroness Hospital. Many of the pieces are available for purchase as well.

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