Sculptural works and fine art by Stephanie Anderson and Cheryl McGugan.
Creativity always fosters community. ClaySpace in Lisle, IL, is a group of artists and students that work together. Their creativity serves as a bridge connecting people with their ideas.
The February gallery show titled 'Faith Bridges' features two artists Stefanie Anderson a former art teacher and commercial interior designer with many talents. Her ceramic work, #homelesshere, includes commentary on the intersections of affluence, homelessness and faith. Also paintings depicting the Fruit of the Spirit will be shown and a life-size tribute bust of her son, a U.S. Army Ranger, whose shared faith, is a motivating factor in his service to our country.
Cheryl McGugan, is a returning nurse and avid volunteer. Her ceramic endeavors and art work have sacred references. Her lifelong research on angels is her inspiration. In her artwork the timeless message of faith is conveyed: Angels connect the unseen with the visible.
Come and enjoy 'Faith Bridges”