Final Days to View the Powerful “One World” Exhibit by Paul Collins, A Reflection of Us!
The exhibits closing reception, open to the public, will be held on Thursday, March 8 from 5:30 pm – 7:00pm on the Devos Place Skywalk.
[DeVos Place, 303 Monroe Avenue NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503]
The exhibition features painting, prints, presidential letters, appointments, honors and awards. The paintings depict monumental moments in history, everyday heroes and nature’s elements, weaving together threads of commonality, carrying the message of our connection to one another and mother earth.
The beautiful imagery is full of life’s lessons exuding with dignity for humanity and mother earth.
“With all of the negativity that surrounds our daily lives, it is important for our psyche that we take time to reflect on positive moments in life. This exhibit provides that relief with a focus on dignity and unity”. Carol Collins
World acclaimed artist Paul Collins exhibit, showcases his immense talent across decades and continents. This must-see exhibition is compelling, with images that will stir the soul in a rarely seen compilation of Collins’ works, honors and awards.
Collins has been commended by Presidents, world figures and civil rights leaders through his passionate interpretation and humanitarian efforts. His commissions include Presidents, NASA, Coretta Scott King, the NFL Hall of Fame, national and international corporations .
Collins said: “Art is one of the things we have left that brings us all together. I am motivated by the human response to the positive. All too often we forget that our individual lives are part of a bigger picture and we are all affected by one another on some level.” “I use my art to motivate, encourage, inspire, and uplift people from all walks of life. Inspiring the human imagination with threads of commonality through personality, language and the art of Mother Earth.”