“Art and Spirituality,” is an exhibition which features two and three dimensional work by Gloria Dei member Jeanne Wiger. Her show is made up of paintings, drawings, and multimedia spirit dolls.
Wiger’s studio art includes work in collage, watercolor, printmaking and sculpture. Many of her pieces explore the psychic and spiritual portions of lives that are often closed off or ignored.
For much of human history, a son was expected to follow in his father’s footsteps. Erick Wiger gave the long-standing formula a twist. He became an artist, and he credits some of the influence for that career decision to his mother, Jeanne, who counts art among her many vocational and avocational pursuits.