ATLANTIC CITY – Michele Foster-Lucas is a folk artist who speaks of people and culture through her contemporary works.
Born in Philadelphia, Michele’s family moved to Tabernacle, NJ when she was very young. Michele went on to graduate from Lenape High School in Medford. She received a degree in science after attending Burlington County College and Philadelphia City College. She now resides in Pennsauken.
On Sunday Feb. 2, the Atlantic City Chapter of The Links partnered with The Arts Garage of Stockton University to present an exhibit of the art of Michele Foster Lucas.
The first gallery in The Noyes Arts Garage will be the showcase for 22 paintings by Michele Foster-Lucas.
According to the organization's website, The Links was founded in 1946 by Margaret Rosell Hawkins and Sarah Strickland Scott, two young Philadelphia visionaries.
Today, The Links, Incorporated is an international, not-for-profit corporation. The membership consists of more than 16,000 professional women of African descent in 292 chapters located in 41 states, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, and the United Kingdom.
Please enjoy these Atlantic City Focus photos from the show opening.
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