March 2016 Mural Series Talk
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Join artists Wallace Peck and Teresa Cornelius at Grandview’s Open Door Art Studio for the monthly BLANK SPACES Mural Series Artist Talk. Guests will be able to hear about the conceptualization of the work, creative process, as well as direct discussions and pose questions.
Teresa Cornelius is passionate about art – she has natural artistic intuition which is evident in all of her art work. Attention to detail makes her pieces unique and one of a kind. She enjoys working in different mediums especially painting. Cornelius is involved in the community and considers herself a people person.
Wallace Peck was born in 1963 and spent most of his childhood with his family in Franklinton, Ohio. It was there that he discovered Gladden Community House, a community settlement facility where they provided him with drawing materials and a space to create. The Gladden family introduced Wallace to Columbus Center for Human Services where he was provided with a place to live and the opportunity to expand his artistic skills at Open Door Art Studio, which provides art education and art services to individuals with developmental disabilities. He has had many amazing exhibition opportunities including the Columbus Arts Festival, Lindsay Gallery, and the Ohio Governor’s Residence.