The African American Cultural Center and Museum of Florida (AACS) in Flagler County hosted a “30- Year Retrospective of Fine Artist, Bettie Eubanks”. The exhibit formally opened to the public on November 20th, with a meet the artist event. More than 100 art lovers attended the event to meet Eubanks who syas she uses paint to tell her story, express her feelings and influence the world in her own way.
Eubanks has been a part of the art world for the past thirty years, her fine art training and her love of life creates an emotional awakening and joy to patrons viewing her paintings.
The AACS African American Cultural Center and Museum of Florida is one of a limited few, self-supporting organizations in Florida.
The exhibit will remain open to the public Thursdays – Saturdays from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. except holidays until January 2, 2022.
For more info visit www.aacspc.org.
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