Soul Work : Mandala Natural Art by Crissie Kovacs

Updated: Sep 15

The Montgomery Center for the Arts Presents Our First Show of 2022:

“ SOUL WORK”- Crissie Kovacs

With a deep bow to the Earth, birthed from the soul, Crissie Kovacs shares a body of work that pays tribute with reverence to the fusion of art and nature through photography and other mediums ” SOUL WORK” presents a collection of healing nature mandalas and our connectivity to the natural world.

In “ SOUL WORK” Multi-Media Artist Crissie Kovacs has fused SCIENCE, ART and NATURE seamlessly together by bringing “THE OUTER WORLD to OUR INNER WORLD”, creating a ” MEANINGFUL IMMERSIVE UNIVERSE” that is Organically Tactile and Ephemeral …” - M SEBASTIAN ARAUJO, CURATOR

EARTH DAY OPENING: Fri April 22 6-8 Tipples & Nibbles ; There will be a “Talk Back”

Gallery Hours : Sat/Sun 23/24th 12-4 - Sat /Sun 30/1 12-4

CRISSIE KOVACS hails from the Hudson River Valley of New York. A GRADUATE OF University of Vermont with a B.A. in Studio Art & Psychology and A certificate in Organic Sustainable Farming with UVM’s Farmer Training Program. SHE WAS Artist in Residence with The Healing Arts Program at Carilion Clinic Hospital in Roanoke Virginia, outdoors in the healing garden, installed nature mandalas, hosted a large-scale photography exhibit within the hospital, and established a mandala mural designed for employees. NOW LIVING in Montgomery with her family she has found a renewed passion for the creative process, caring for the earth and for one another, through studying teaching and growing in yoga, the expressive arts, and early children’s education.


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