At the center of Hart’s exhibit is the concept of Wabi-Sabi, a Japanese art that focuses on ﬁnding the beauty in imperfection. Hart’s exhibition consists of various portrait pieces that she has captured throughout the last four decades, with photos from 1973 to today. Rather than portraying professional models, the photos feature real people of all ages, and focus on the beauty of each person, despite traditional flaws. The unfiltered images featured in this exhibit are powerful, providing guests with over four decades of history through the eyes of everyday people.
Hart explains, “Our faces tell the story of our lives. They share with the world our joys, our struggles, and our wisdom.”
Hart is a Los Angeles resident who has been involved with the art and entertainment industry throughout her career. She worked in entertainment for more than 20 years, serving as a producer, editor and writer for networks such as Discovery, The Learning Channel, PBS, Animal Planet and The History Channel.
Those wishing to view Hart’s latest exhibit can visit the art gallery at the NoHo Senior Arts Colony Apartments between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Gallery at the NoHo Senior Arts Colony provides the public with exciting and free new art shows every six weeks. Local artists interested in having their work displayed can send samples of their work to firstname.lastname@example.org for exhibit consideration.