MISSION: Integrated into the Lexington Shambhala Meditation Center, Mill & Max Contemplative Arts fosters engagement with the whole of art so that we may enliven, awaken, and contribute as inspired human beings in the creation of enlightened society. Art is not a thing, but a sacred path of pure potential. Whether as makers or as audience, we can experience the present through art.
The Horse in Myth and Legend
paintings by Monica Anne Pipia
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Gallery HOP Receptions w/ Artist: May 19 and Jul 21, 4:30 – 8:30pm
Engagement: May 19 – Jun 18 and Jul 21 – Aug 20, 2023
(hours Sat & Sun 12 – 3pm & also by appointment)
In this highly spirited show, Monica Pipia explores her fascination with the myth and legend of Horses from the earliest artifacts uncovered. The Horse has inspired human beings from the dawn of time. It's in our DNA to admire and identify with the Horse and its spirit of freedom and magical powers.
Monica is a Modern Primitive Self Taught Artist using Acrylic on Gallery Wrapped Canvas, and her unique method is informed by her Bachelors of Science degree in Biology/Chemistry. Her works are in the permanent collection of the Kentucky Folk Art Center, she was the solo Artist at the Kentucky Three Day Event in 2022 and 2023, and she has received an Andy Warhol Fellowship Award.
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