As Juliette Hemingway describes her artistic process, “The marks are me taking my life, growth and expansion and making it visible. You are experiencing the visual dialogue of a life revolving around healing, autism and awareness. I want you to see it and feel it.” The blue people that populate Hemingway’s work, including her many depictions of musicians, allude to her son Javari, who has autism and learned to communicate through drawing.
Sept. 5 – Nov. 2
Tuesday through Saturday
10 a.m. — 6 p.m.
Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Heritage Center & Museum
3700 Blue Parkway