Opening Reception of Sacred and Secular Connections: Marlene D’Orazio Adler and Nicole Patrice Dul — 3rd Street Gallery
Due to the severe weather forecast for Friday, May 27th, the opening reception for the new show at 3rd Street Gallery, Sacred and Secular Connections by Marlene D’Orazio Adler and Nicole Patrice Dul, has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 28th from 5pm-8pm
When: Friday, May 28th
Where: 3rd Street Gallery, 610 S. 3rd St.
Join 3rd Street Gallery for the Opening Reception of Marlene Alder and Nicole Dul’s show “Sacred and Secular Connections” on Friday, May 28th, 5pm-8pm. The show will run through Sunday, June 19.
In Sacred and Secular Connections, Marlene D’ Orazio Adler and Nicole Patrice Dul exhibit recent mixed media artworks exploring the language of the universe which comes to us in numeric and symbolic forms in unexpected ways. Through numerical and symbolic connections, we can find the truth in ourselves and the story of the universe.
Through her exploration of Hebrew letters, numbers and their spiritual significance, Marlene aims to contribute creatively to the Jewish understanding of the relationships between numbers, the world around us, our interactions with others, and our individual spiritual endeavors. Her hope is that the visual interpretations she creates will inspire others to find deeper meanings in the Hebrew letters and their numerical significance in our lives.
This event is not produced by the South Street Headhouse District (SSHD) but is shared on our Website Calendar where events occurring within our district are featured. Please contact the event organizer for questions.