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Herringer Kiss Gallery takes social distancing art online


Visual artists are not immune from the impact of the coronavirus. Though many of them work in isolation, it is integral for painters, sculptors and designers to present their pieces to the public in the hopes that their work will not only be appreciated, but also, sold. For professional artist with a full time practice, their work is their only source of income.

Under these circumstances gallery owners like Deborah Herringer Kiss are providing a platform for their artists to share their stories.

Deborah Herringer Kiss is the director of the Herringer Kiss Gallery and she spoke with Tony King about how visual artists are altering perspective on what could be a dark time.

Check out how artists are changing their mode of working and exploring the “glass half full” phenomenon at this rather delicate time.

Visit for updates, and to see and interact with the artists.