Visitors were lined out the door to view Jessalyn Kline’s, an Education for Employment Art and Design Career Skills students, Art Hop gallery on Friday, October 6th.
More than 200 people attended Kline’s “For the Love of Art” gallery, which featured photography from her adventures in Spain, as well as a few pieces captured “closer to home,” explained Kline. “I seek out opportunities to find the overlooked beauty in the world around us and capture small moments,” she said.
“It is thrilling to see a student with such passion and talent be publicly recognized for her achievements. Education for Employment is excited to be part of Jessalyn’s path to success,” said Cameron Brown, EFE program administrator.
In case you missed Kline’s Art Hop debut, For the Love of Art will remain on display at Burnham & Flower Insurance, 315 South Kalamazoo Mall, until Friday, October 27. You can view her work Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.