Leoma Lovegrove's exhibit, "In Our Lives," at the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center, 2301 First St., will continue through the end of September. Thirty-four pieces of art on canvas make up the exhibit. Most are new works.
To stay in the spirit of fashion week at the SBDAC, Lovegrove said she took apart clothing she had created and wore to various dignitary events throughout the years.
"I kept all the jackets and since the style of the pants were outdated I got to keep the art by recycling the pants into hang-able art instead of wearable art," Love grove said, adding that the exhibit includes more connections like, President Jimmy Carter, Sir Paul McCartney, President George W. Bush Library, Sir Richard Branson and more. "I always paint up a new outfit for special events and now I get to recycle my wardrobe more art."
The exhibit is open to the public and free of charge.