When: Through May 31, 12 p.m.-12 a.m.
In addition to her clay work, Rose will exhibit several drawings, in charcoal or pencil, of animals whose portraits she created from photos sent to her, of pets or wild animals brought to life in her drawings. Several of the clay pieces call attention to the current state of our country, as well as that of the world. Implicit in those works is hope and faith that, some day, the world, including our country, will welcome a new and brighter future. All work will show 24 hours a day, windows lighted at night, visible from Main St. and the sidewalk.