FEBRUARY 10 – MARCH 2
HARRIS CORPORATION ART GALLERY
AT THE KING CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
Melbourne, FL – In honor of Black History, local artists Tina Powers and Hosea Moseley have collaborated to present their collection of artwork "Celebrating Black History….A Journey Through Time". The exhibit will be on display at the Harris Gallery in the Maxwell C. King Center lobby from February 10th - March 2nd.
Tina Powers' style of art leans towards the era of impression with a focus on Equestrian, Native American portraits and a host of cultures brought to life through her work on canvas. Please visit her website at: www.tpowersfineart.com.
Graphic artist Hosea Moseley has always used art as a tool for relaxation. Through many years of transitions to becoming a better artist, he uses a variety of techniques to assist him in his artistic growth. Hosea defines his art as "looking through a window".
The exhibit will be open to the public on Tuesday, February 25th from 5pm - 7pm. It can also be viewed by ticketed patrons attending King Center main stage performances. All of the artwork is available for purchase.
For additional information on the exhibit, please contact Tina Powers at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 321.783.2334 or 321.794.7166. Hosea Moseley may be contacted at 321.298.0886.