The Chapel Gallery has two new hangings this month. First, visit the east end to see representations of The Stations of the Cross, hung in conjunction with the Racine Symphony's Good Friday concert. Pull up a chair and spend quiet moments reflecting on these pieces from A Sanctified Art.
Hanging in the rest of the gallery are paintings by First Presbyterian member Don Tobias. Don has painted for years but became prolific once he retired. His teachers have included Jean Thielen and Denise Zingg. Don, also, notes his artistic bent runs in the family: his mother painted as did his brother and his daughter is a MIAD grad and her son is currently a MIAD student!
Don loves to paint the outdoors and wildlife in acrylics and watercolor. He has created his own studio in his home. And, being someone who enjoys working with his hands, he just heads down to his workshop to do his own matting and framing. Enjoy Don's work, available for purchase, during the month of April!