The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes Presents an Exhibit of Work by Filomena Jack
| April 9, 2018
ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes presents ‘We Are Called’, new works by Hornell-based artist Filomena Jack, in the Evelyn Peeler Peacock Gallery of the ARTS Council. She joins us to talk about her journey from photography to acrylics, and about the upcoming ‘Arts in Bloom’ Steuben County Arts Trail.
Photo credit: Philomena Jack
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