Anniversary Effect Exhibition
Friday, March 1 – Friday, April 5, 2019
La Crosse, WI–Fannin Counseling & Art Therapy is celebrating its one year anniversary with their upcoming exhibition, Anniversary Effect. The show will run the full month of March and into April: from March 1st to April 5th, 2019.
Artists were asked to submit art in all modes and media that reflect upon the “anniversary effect”. In this exhibition the featured artists are exploring Anniversary Effects, defined as a unique set of feelings, thoughts, or memories with the anniversary of a significant experience and how those relationships and emotions give way to art as a conduit for growth, healing, coping and change.
Anniversary Effect Artists:
Gabriela and Ryan Rothweiler
Concurrently, Fannin Counseling & Art Therapy will also have a Spring Cleaning Show with assorted pieces of work available during gallery hours from past shows over 2018.
Spring Cleaning Artists
Friday, March 1st 2019 | Opening from 4 – 7pm
Gallery Hours during March and April:
Fridays | 5-7pm
Saturday | 10am-2pm
About Fannin Counseling & Art Therapy
Fannin Counseling & Art Therapy provides services to individuals of all ages and backgrounds, offering traditional counseling services related to anxiety, depression, and grief, and specializing in the practice of art therapy.
Melissa Fannin, MA, LPC, ATR, is a licensed counselor and registered art therapist. She specializes in the use of art therapy as a grounded, hands-on approach to developing mindfulness and creating change. Art therapy employs creative, nonverbal means of accessing grief, trauma, and personal issues.
For more information on individual and group counseling, visit fannincounseling.com.
Melissa Fannin, MA, LPC, ATR
Fannin Counseling & Art Therapy
129 6th St S
La Crosse, WI 54601
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