Waterways Gallery Opens Friday At Erlanger Baroness Hospital

Monday, January 6, 2020
Arts at Erlanger announces the opening of the “Waterways” gallery at Erlanger Baroness Hospital on Jan. 10 in the gallery corridor. 
 
The juried gallery consists of a multitude of different mediums including paintings and photographs showcasing the beauty and power of water. "Water wildlife, falls, inlets, streams and breathtaking landscapes from around the world make up the vibrant gallery," officials said. The gallery includes a photograph by Donna Bourdon that won the “Highly Honored” award in the Nature’s Best Smith Rice International Photography Contest. 
 
Artists Donald Barker, Anne Bordash, Megan Bordash, Donna Bourdon, Durinda Cheek, Tom and Pat Cory, Gayle Domanski, Kathleen Greeson, Lupina Poi Haney, Mitchell Hughes, Howard Kaplan, Janice Kennedy, Jennie Kirkpatrick, Spears McAllester, Thom Peterson, Larry Reneau, Mary Reneau, Denise Neuendorf, Tamara Salter, Steve Thomas, Julie Turner, Claire Vassort, Amy Walthour, Tony Wear, Evelyn Marie Williams, Dale Wilson and Alan Wolfe comprise the gallery. 
 
The gallery will be available for public viewing from Jan.
10 until May 13 in the gallery corridor at Erlanger Baroness Hospital. Many of the pieces are available for purchase as well. "One artist, Ms. Bourdon, directs the proceeds from any sales of her displayed pieces back to the hospital to assist with the greatest needs at the time such as capital equipment purchases and supporting unique programs the hospital has to provide better care for the community," officials said.

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