Kari’s Artwork Was On Exhibit At The Cambria Gallery on 7th in Downtown Minneapolis

On October 5 & 6, 2019, more than 50 of Kari’s original paintings were on exhibit at The Cambria Gallery on 7th in downtown Minneapolis located at 625 2nd Avenue South. The exhibit was made up of framed pieces Kari created using acrylic paints, watercolors, and colored chalk.

Because of Kari’s cerebral palsy, she is non-verbal and unable to hold a paint brush in her hand. Instead, Kari creates her unique artwork through the use of an adaptive head-gear that holds the brush for her. Her head movements then dictate her brushstrokes. Kari uses her art as a means of expressing her emotions, her faith, and what she loves in life.

Many thanks to Brittany Evans, Cambria Gallery Manager, Shelly Nelson- Sr. VP of Marketing at Cambria, and the Davis family for making this wonderful opportunity possible for Kari.

Thank you to the more than 200 people who came to The Cambria Gallery on 7th to see Kari’s artwork. She was thrilled to see so many people at the Exhibit including several aunts, uncles, and cousins, former teachers, therapists, her elementary school principal, and friends from all walks of her life including preschool, elementary, middle, and high school days, even some of her former teammates, current and past neighbors, and many friends. Kari simply was overwhelmed with the feelings of how blessed she is in her life! Thank you so much for coming to this Exhibit to celebrate her!