Pinky Bass - Bodies of Work

Pinky Bass will discuss the new show going up at the Eastern Shore Art Center: Works by artists Pinky Bass, Carolyn DeMeritt and Sonja Langford. Bass describes, “We offer visual interpretations of individual experiences, and we are connected as women because of them. We, women, know our stories. It is through this exhibition that we hope to offer a glimmer of the universal collective unconscious that the viewer can feel as they consider the archetypes of the Maiden, the Mother, and the Crone, ever present in our world.”

Pinky Bass is an award winning and highly acclaimed photographer and mixed media artist. She has been a long-time and very active member of the Fairhope Unitarian Fellowship, where she chaired the Art Committee for many years.

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