Saturday June 14, 3 pm

In the Gallery

Jeanne PouletJeanne Poulet is totally committed to Printmaking, Etching, Engraving. Her work is about the Human Spirit. She records an emotional, invented Image of Good and Evil in the Human Condition and of Man’s Inhumanity to Man.

Jeanne says that her life’s work is committed to understanding the process that makes one person full of love, respect, and giving, and another person, a violent bastion of hate. She adds prose/poetry to my invented images.

Born in Montreal, Canada, in 1933, of mixed races, speaking three languages; French, German, and Dutch. Her first nine years of life were filled with cultural upheavals; opera, classical music, literature, and then, unexpected poverty and repeated injustices.

You can see more examples of Jeanne’s work on her YouTube Page.

Patricia IzzoPatricia Izzo received her BS in Art Education from Northern Michigan University with an honorary assistantship in her Masters of Arts Program. She has received numerous awards regionally and nationally. Twice awarded the prestigious Gold Medal in the annual State of Michigan Photographic Competition and she was honored as a finalist in the Michigan Governors Award for “Arts in the Community”.

Her fine art photography has been featured in publications, such as American Photo Magazine, Wayne State Alumni Magazine, Home Décor, Woman’s Day, Strut Magazine, and The Florida and Southern Review.

Patricia’s images can be seen in the 2010 Harold and Kumar III movie. She has had extensive exhibits throughout the Detroit Metropolitan area, the East Coast, and Traverse City Museums. Her first fine art photography book “FRAGILE AWAKENINGS” was published in 2008.

Patricia is a member of the Detroit Focus Portfolio, National Woman’s Caucus for the Arts, Feminist Arts Project and the Reckless Prophets. She served on the board for the Downriver Council of the Arts, and Scarab Club. She taught painting to at-risk children at The Opportunity Center/Guidance Center. Izzo is the artist in residence at Rivers Edge Gallery in Wyandotte.

See more of Patricia artwork on her Photography Website.

Learn More about these two artists and their work.  Join us in the gallery for their Art Talks! Open and free to the public.

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