Embrace Living with Reva: Unique Art Display
I have made three trips recently to St. John Fisher College to see the stunning art work of Raphaela McCormack.
Raphaela is our beloved Qi Gong instructor, but she is also a most talented and gifted creator of fantastic paper sculptures.
The paper she uses is handmade, colored, and combined with other objects of nature and exquisite weaving resulting in one-of-a-kind vessels.
A number of the members of Raphaela’s Qi Gong class have enjoyed the exhibit and hope there will soon be other opportunities for all of us at the Meadows to view her work.
Rahaela McCormack’s work is on display as part of a dual exhibit with Jean K. Stephens until Friday, June 17, 2016. See her works at the Patricia O’Keefe Ross Art Gallery at St. John Fisher College‘s Joseph S. Skalny Welcome Center, or visit the artist’s website.
St. John’s Meadows Resident
Reva Sipser is an active resident of St. John’s Meadows who loves taking advantage of the various opportunities to get out and interact with her neighbors. She writes about many of her experiences for this blog so others can see how she embraces living.