The St. Joe County Public Library will showcase the work of local artist, Kamika Perry of KP Art Studios from May 16 through June 16 in the Gallery at Main Library, 304 S. Main Street during normal hours. The community is invited to an opening reception Tuesday, May 16 from 6-8pm.
Perry, a Jamaican native, is an abstract painter who lives and works in the South Bend area. Her art draws inspiration from her emotions and internal processes. Her work often explores the depths of human emotion and the complexity of the human psyche. The Library is honored to host her first gallery exhibit.
The St. Joe County Public Library gallery provides an innovative space for local creators, partners and library staff to create and display exhibits in line with the library’s mission. The Gallery is a space for viewing art and displays from or with a connection to our South Bend community.