Art lovers have something to look forward to in September. Lake County Museum of Art (LCMA) is hosting “Spectral Evidence,” an art exhibit that opens on September 4 in their downtown Tavares gallery. The inspiring exhibit of creative artists is the result of a collaboration with the UCF-Center for Autism and Related Disabilities and the museum.
This collection of art demonstrates expressions by artists on the Autism Spectrum, who see life from a different perspective. The artists express a liberating take on themes, materials, detail, and density. The creative work actively points to the genius of many individuals who embrace and work through the challenges of autism, and who strive every day to find their place.
This is the third year the museum has hosted the popular and inspiring event. This exhibit will run from September 4 through 26. The opening reception is September 4 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and is open to the public. LCMA is located at 213 W. Ruby Street in Tavares.
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