Jeanette Korab, Carole A. Feuerman, Carolyn Farb, Bob Nowak
John Arciadiacono, Sarah Sitkin
Lucia & Michael Cordua
Vicki Johnson, Dr. Alanna Bree
Carole A. Feuerman with 'Reflections'
John Arcidiacono, Ann Miller, Helen Lilianstern, Mike Clements
Katherine Cabaniss, Dr. Brian S. Parsley
Susan Pennebaker, Jane Braden, Kathrine McGovern
Annette Monks, Ann Miller
Janet & Dr. Donald Collins Jr. and their children, Don and Campbell.
Dusty & Linda Rhodes
What: The Health Museum exhibition opening reception
Where: The Health Museum
PC Moment: Famed artists Sarah Sitkin of Los Angeles and Carole A. Feuerman, known as the “reigning doyenne of super-realism,” attended the opening of the “Body as a Work of Art: More Than Skin Deep” exhibition in which their works are featured. Feuerman’s Reflections, a 7-foot tall by 8-foot wide sculpture, was given to the museum by Carolyn Farb in memory of her late son, Jake Kenyon Shulman.
Guests tested their reflections in Feuerman’s work and toured Sitkin’s provocative, hyper-real Bodysuits work, which is the highlight of the exhibition that will be on display through January 11, 2019.
Welcoming guests were museum board chair Annette Monks, museum president and CEO John Arcidiacono and Farb.
Who: Ann Miller, Helen Lilianstern, Achille Arcidiacono, Judge Kathrine Cabaniss, Susan Pennebaker, Dr. Brian Parsley, Jane Braden, Kathrine McGovern, Bob Nowak, Linda and Dusty Rhodes, Janet and Dr. Donald Collins Jr., Mike Clements, Lucia and Michael Cordua, Dr. Alanna Bree, Vicki Johnson, and Norman Barker, professor of pathology and art as applied medicine at Johns Hopkins University.