CHICAGO, IL – January 7, 2013 / – Renée LaVerné Rose is pleased to announce the debut of her Color in Heaven Collection at the Mary-Frances and Bill Veeck Gallery (Catholic Theological Union). The Color in Heaven Exhibition (two person exhibit) will run January 16, 2013 – March 31, 2013.
Please come out to meet the artist Renée LaVerné Rose and Dorian Sylvian at the Opening Reception, Thursday January 24, 2013, 5:30 – 7:30 pm, to be held at Mary-Frances and Bill Veeck Gallery (Catholic Theological Union) 5416 S. Cornell. 4th Floor. Chicago, Illinois.
The Color in Heaven Exhibition is curator by Janis Pozzi Johnson (Artist/Curator). To see a preview of Renée LaVerné Rose Color in Heaven Collection please visit www.reneelaverne.com/colorinheaven.html. For information on the Mary-Frances and Bill Veeck Gallery please visit www.ctu.edu/programs-amp-centers/mary-frances-and-bill-veeck-gallery
The name “Color in Heaven Collection” was selected for this particular body of works because the audience would immediately have some frame of reference to the subject of religion and people of color. She was motived to create a body of works that would nurture the right climate were the audience can expand their spiritual conscious and embrace diverse spiritual concepts and believes.
About Renée LaVerné Rose:
Renée LaVerné Rose is a visual artist who is originally from the Chicago and currently resides in Glencoe, Illinois. Renée LaVerné describes herself as a renaissance woman from being exposed by her parents to continual intellectually stimulation, traveling internationally to experience cultural diversity, enjoying all visual and performing arts, and encouraging herself to become fully engaged in the world around her.
At this stage in her life success is traveling her journey as an artist with integrity, trust, and love. Renée LaVerné goes forth in peace not knowing where her journey will take her but she is fully engaged in becoming a well-known artist internationally. As an intricate part of her career, Renée LaVerné will continue to promote visual arts to the general public as beneficial to the well-being of mankind. Only through this path and inner strength can she feel free to paint on her canvas of life. Her website is www.reneelaverne.com