continued “I’m hoping this isn’t just another art show where an artist shows off her skills,” said Loveland. “I don’t want it to be about me, I want it to be about The Crossings. I want it more as a show for the people to enjoy seeing their Crossings and themselves.”
All the pieces on display are for sale, but Loveland said the prices are just to cover framing and some supplies because she doesn’t paint to make a profit.
“They’re a reasonable price because if someone likes a painting I want them to be able to afford it and give themselves a little bit of happiness,” said Loveland.