Claire Parker, a local artist passionate about the environment, will have a multi-media exhibit titled “Taming our Environment’s Inequities” at the Heron Point Art Gallery in Chestertown.
“Taming our Environment’s Inequities” will be open to the public from March 3 through April 28 daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Claire will be honored at a reception on March 10 from 1 to 4 p.m. Refreshments will be served, and Claire will speak about her creative process. “Taming our Environment’s Inequities” will be available for viewing and purchase until April 28.
Claire attended Queen Anne’s County High School and is currently a second-year student at the prestigious Pratt Institute in New York City. Her mural was selected as the Queen Anne’s County winner of a “Healthcare Heroes” collaboration in 2023 where public art installations were installed at four Shore Medical Facilities in Queen Anne’s, Talbot, Dorchester, and Kent counties. Another of her murals is displayed at the Kent County Fairgrounds. “Taming our Environment’s Inequities” will be available for public viewing for free at Heron Point.
Claire has produced a significant number of powerful artistic renderings that express her profound beliefs in our environment. She says, “Art inspired me to communicate a sense of unity among people and advocate for issues that affect us as a whole.”
Heron Point of Chestertown is an Acts retirement community affiliate located at 501 East Campus Avenue in Chestertown. For details, call 410-778-7300.