RRUUC supports art as an important component of the life of members, friends, and the broader local community. Art is an expression of the human spirit. Art often touches viewers in a deep and significant way and can provide experience of mystery and wonder, which is one source of insight for Unitarian Universalists.

The Fine Arts Committee organizes art exhibits at RRUUC for the benefit of area artists and the appreciation of those using the Fellowship Hall. Most art at these exhibits is for sale, with a portion of proceeds going to RRUUC.  Click here for instructions for artists on how to apply to use our space.

Six Continents, One Humanity

Kathryn Mohrman, Artist

February 14 – March 22
Artist’s Reception, Saturday, February 29, 5-7pm

Kathryn Mohrman is fascinated by the intersection of traditional and modern as people around the world seek to maintain a vibrant cultural heritage while at the same time desiring the benefits of the global economy. Her photographs attest that beneath the specific characteristics of any society lie our common human goals: personal happiness, family stability, and a sense of purpose and meaning in life.

Now that Kathryn is retired after more than 40 years as a teacher, administrator, and college president, travel photography has become her new pathway for imparting meaning about history and cultures around the world.