"Most recently during our time of “Shelter in Place,” we have had an opportunity to look inward more than ever," says O'Hanlon co-director Erma Murphy says of the exhibit, which was juried by Stephen Mangum. "We have explored our identities, our passions, our hobbies, places we love, our dreams, and our daily lives. We’d like to show others who we are now. With this exhibition, we explore of the self-portrait. The image of self has never been so prevalent as in our current social media saturated society."
Self portraits include works from Rebecca Hutchins “Space Banana”, Diane Goldstein,Selfie During Corona # 2, Daniel Patrick,” It’s A Uke Day”, Marsha Balian “Lessons on How to Disappear"
The 411: O'Hanlon Center for the Arts has unveiled its newest online show, “Me to Myself," which focuses on the centuries-old tradition of self portraits. You can find it here. MORE INFO.
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