Works by Hannibal artist, educator featured in July/August ‘Art for the Health of It’ exhibit
HANNIBAL, Mo. — The July/August “Art For The Health Of It” exhibit at the Hannibal Arts Council’s satellite gallery within Blessing Health Hannibal features works by Hannibal artist and educator James Zimmerman. Creating art from age 2, Zimmerman stands firm on the fact that he will always be an artist and will always allow art to be a constant part of his life and his escape.
As a graphic designer, Zimmerman likes his art to capture the attention of the viewer and force them to explore the piece. As a high school art instructor, he wants to make sure everything he does involves skill, technique and knowledge of the foundations of art.
Art For The Health Of It was created as a year-round partnership between the Hannibal Arts Council and Blessing Health Hannibal. The exhibit series features original works by local artists and may be viewed in the facility’s west entrance reception/waiting area.
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