Celebrating its second anniversary in its own space, Create Art 4 Good will host a new exhibit, "Suburban Woman's Urban Experience II" for the month of October. A collection of women made from different materials, the exhibit will feature work by the founder of the gallery, Susan Carmen-Duffy. Originally from the suburbs, Carmen-Duffy uses this display to show her snarky comments about her appreciation of life in the city. The display has been showcased before, but this second edition is with all new material.
Create Art 4 Good was founded five years ago with the intention of using art to make a difference. Each month, the gallery changes its rotating display to feature a new artist. In addition to giving artists exposure, with every sale of artwork, 20 percent of the commission goes to a charity in the community.
The exhibit opened Friday, October 2, and continues each Thursday from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m., with an additional date on Saturday, October 10, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. The display will continue through October 29. Visitors may also schedule an appointment with Carmen-Duffy by calling 210-3161 or emailing susan@CreateArt4Good.org. Create Art 4 Good can be found at the Hungerford building, 1115 East Main Street, entrance 5, suite 201.