Nashville, TN, February 12, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville has a primary mission to the support the artists in society. This includes musicians, photographers, fine artists, filmmakers—anyone creative, trying to produce something aesthetic. The reason behind this is simple: L. Ron Hubbard who founded Scientology said, “A culture is only as great as its dreams, and its dreams are dreamed by artists.” The Church carries this forward today by hosting a number of events to drive forward the dreams of artists, and thereby uplift the culture.
The Church is now hosting artwork by fine artist Lucille Femine, who began painting at an early age. She expanded her knowledge in art by attending the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, the New School and the School of Visual Arts in New York.
Femine says she found her calling in capturing the world around her. “The most amazing thing about her art is that although based on reality, she transforms her subject into something more magical by finding the life in it,” according to her biography on artistsrunthisplanet.com.
Femine uses acrylic and watercolor to communicate the brightness of life. Her New York landscapes, from Greenwich Village to Times Square to Wall Street, all have excitement and activity. Her artwork has been displayed in exhibitions at Laemmle Theatre & Gallery in Los Angeles, St. Margaret’s House Gallery in New York, Art a la Carte Gallery, the Atrium Gallery in New Jersey, Artlightenment in Nashville and the Vera Langer Studio in New York, among others.
Femine’s watercolors are currently on display at the Church of Scientology, located at 1130 8th Avenue South in Nashville, TN. For more information on the Femine Studio, visit feminestudio.org. For more information on Scientology, visit scientology-ccnashville.org.