Studio Art Professor Karoline Schleh's Work Featured in COVID-19 Charity Auction
Schleh's work "Smoke Butterflies" will be auctioned April 17th to benefit the Three O'Clock Project
Studio Art Professor Karoline Schleh has contributed a piece of her personal work to the Ann Connelly Charity Auction as part of a benefit for the Three O'Clock Project, which aims to provide healthy meals and nutrition education for at-risk students after school. Schleh noted that the non-profit is currently feeding many throughout Louisiana, due to the disparities created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Her piece "Smoke Butterflies" is part of her recent series Fumage, which is currently on exhibition in the Ann Connelly Gallery in Baton Rouge and available for viewing by digital catalogue here.
Schleh's work will be available for bidding at 3pm CST on Friday, April 17th. All proceeds benefit the Three O'Clock Project.