January 14 – February 7, 2021
The Ontario Museum of History & Art and guest Curator Dr. Patricia Jessup-Woodlin, present Reflections – A celebration of regional diversity featuring Women of Color exploring contemporary topics. This exhibit focuses on how recent events have affected Women of Color. A wide range of media such as photography, paintings, drawing and textiles will be featured. To explore the exhibitions, visit OntarioMuseum.org.
The exhibition includes artworks by Allyson Allen, Jean Brantley, Liz Crimzon, Patricia Cunliffe, Leah Knecht, Jaymie Leslie, Riea Owens, Gloria Mushonga-Roberts, Alicia Savio, Linda Ternoir, Patricia Jessup-Woodlin and Karien Zachery.
Dr. Patricia Jessup-Woodlin is a retired professor (Art Education) and former art gallery director from California State University, Los Angeles. While serving as founding Director for the Luckman Fine Arts Gallery she curated 25 exhibitions and received, among numerous additional awards, a special commendation from former LA Mayor Riorden for “outstanding curatorial and educational programs”. Her artworks (photomantages and assemblages) are in both private and public collections.