Everyday Life:

Viewing the Spectrum of Character in Community

It is with great pleasure that we present "Everyday Life: Viewing the Spectrum of Character in Community" in honor of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) Pride month. The artwork featured in this exhibition focuses on the relationships between friends, family, and self as a source of identity. A sense of strength, community, and purpose pervades these portraits as the subjects deal with the connections they hold through their life. The different aspects of their individuality and experiences are reflected through self-realization, familial love, and friendship, through times both full of joy and sorrow. The scenes portrayed in this exhibition reveal the golden ties that bind us all in to one another.

 

The exhibit was on display June 24th, 2013 through August 23rd, 2013. This 3rd annual GLBT Pride Month exhibition was jointly produced by the GE Art Program and Picture That, LLC.