City of Farmington Hills Announces Art Exhibit by Artist Wendy Fournier

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City of Farmington Hills Announces Art Exhibit by Artist Wendy Fournier
The mesmerizing art from artist Wendy Fournier will be featured in the City of Farmington Hills’ rotating exhibits gallery in Farmington Hills City Hall, on display from May 10 – June 28. The public is invited to meet Fournier during an artist talk and reception on Friday, May 10 from 6 to 8 p.m. at City Hall, located at 31555 W. Eleven Mile Road.
 
Through an extensive collection of acrylic paintings on canvas, wood board, and watercolor on paper, Wendy Fournier delves into the intricate tapestry of the human experience. Each piece in the exhibit is a testament to Fournier's mastery of color and form, offering viewers a kaleidoscopic exploration of the human psyche.
 
Reflecting on her journey as an artist, Fournier shares, "I found art when I finally had enough courage to follow my heart. My art is a reflection of my spiritual and emotional expansion."
 
Don't miss the opportunity to experience this transcendent exhibition firsthand. Join Wendy Fournier for an enlightening Artist Talk on Friday, May 10, from 6 to 8 p.m., and discover the boundless depths of the modern human spirit.
 
“The City of Farmington Hills is a community that values the contributions of artists,” said Rachel Timlin, cultural arts supervisor for the City of Farmington Hills Special Services Department. “The local enthusiasm for art is undeniably expanding, as our visual and performing arts classes, camps and workshops at The Hawk have been increasingly popular. We have even seen some of the students go on to display their pieces in the latest installment of the Public Art Program.”  
 
The 2024-2025 Public Art Program features a diverse and eclectic mix of works created by artists ranging from raw talents, fresh out of College for Creative Studies to seasoned professionals skilled in the Impressionist style. The works on display feature a variety of media, including clay, metal, fiber, paint and photography, with subjects ranging from very contemporary to traditional. Most of the artwork in the Public Art Program is available for purchase. Contact the City’s Cultural Arts Division at 248-699-6709 for purchase information.
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