An award-winning artist and member of Doylestown Presbyterian Church (DPC) is displaying her abstract art in a free, public exhibition Sunday, Dec. 1 at the church.
The works of Armor Keller have been presented in many solo exhibitions in Mississippi, Louisiana, and her home state of Alabama, and in group exhibitions in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Germany. Her pieces are greatly influenced by Japanese art, and she has been an official guest of Japan.
The paintings are currently on display in the church’s Celtic Cross Room, which will be open for public viewing from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Dec. 1.
Guests are invited to enter the Sanctuary building, under the bridge, at 125 Mechanics St. in Doylestown, to gain access to the free exhibit. Keller will be there to provide insight into the paintings and answer questions.
Keller said she’s looking forward to having “a whole new audience” view her paintings, which have been showcased in art galleries around the world.
“I hope to give the viewer a new visual experience,” she said, noting that abstract art can bring about a variety of reactions. “So many people think you have to understand what the artist is thinking. But that’s not true. You either like it or you don’t. I want you to have some sort of response. Abstract art is all about expressing your feelings – as all art should be.”