Going on a personal spiritual journey is as private as it gets. Yet the results are usually public. That’s the case with artist Joe McGee, whose spiritual artwork has been a mainstay of his 40-year career. “I was immediately drawn to Thomas Merton (why, he was a Catholic just like me),” he said, “and his writings on faith, especially his journals that he wrote and kept for himself during his 27 years as a cloistered monk at Gethsemani. So, there is a place of those like me who search but cannot find. Is that not faith?” The exhibition, featuring nearly 20 paintings, is the first show in the newly renovated Mary Anderson Center.
Through April 15Mary Anderson Center Gallery
Free but donations encouraged