Beyond Imagination

. August 23, 2013.

The Kerrytown Concert House is at it again—in addition to their impressive music line-up for September, they are also hosting a gallery reception for visual artist Kate Roesch on Thursday, September 5. Roesch, born in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1956, is known for her expressive paintings, drawings, collages and printmaking. She finds inspiration through discerning meaning in both everyday objects as well as those objects that live only in her imagination. Roesch attended art school at the University of Kansas only to change course and start a nursing career. She eventually returned to art, receiving her MFA in painting at Eastern Michigan University in 1999. Exhibits are available for viewing from 9:30am to 5pm as well as during public concerts and by appointment. This exhibit runs through Tuesday, October 1. 

Free. Kerrytown Concert House, 415 N 4th Ave.
734-769-2999. kerrytownconcerthouse.com—GMK

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