Art Exhibit Helps Fund Humanitarian Programs
Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville hosts exhibit of artist Lucille Femine, proceeds to help fund Church-supported humanitarian programs.
Throughout the month of March, the Church of Scientology & Celebrity Center Nashville, located at 1130 8th Avenue South, hosted an exhibit of the paintings of artist Lucille Femine.
Femine’s watercolors and acrylic paintings, many set in New York where the artist grew up and raised her family, reflect her positive outlook in life. As she says on her website www.feminestudio.org, “I find that the degree of pleasure I get from a painting determines, pretty precisely, the pleasure others derive from it.”
The Artists Run This Planet blog describes Femine’s ability to “transform a subject into something more magical by finding the life in it” and “communicate a brightness about life that projects itself through both vibrant and subtle colors.”
The Nashville-based artist is donating a portion of the proceeds to humanitarian programs supported by the Church of Scientology.
The Church of Scientology & Celebrity Centre is located at 1130 8th Avenue South in Nashville. The Church is open Monday—Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Less than a mile from Music Row, this unique Scientology Church not only serves parishioners from throughout the South, but it also serves as a spiritual haven for Nashville’s artists in keeping with Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard’s views of the role of the artist: “A culture is only as great as its dreams, and its dreams are dreamed by artists.”