“Explore Innocence” Opening Reception at The Rectory September 22
"Explore Innocence," the combined works of Angelika Domschke and Cathy Crock, is an exhibit running from September 22 - October 20 at The Rectory. The theme “Explore Innocence” highlights Angelika's fantasy character art – mermaids, angels, elves and animals both in paintings and carvings. 
Artist Cathy Crock, joins the show with works that complement the theme of innocence. Crock works primarily in oils. Her favorite subject is people, but she also enjoys landscapes and still life. Cathy's studio is at Kudzu Art Zone in downtown Norcross, where she is currently president of the management council. 
Domschke is presently in the process of working with Emory University to develop an interactive book. The book is designed to educate children on what sickle cell anemia is and what is required for self care by those who have it. Chapters from the interactive book will be demonstrated at the opening.
Domschke also authored and illustrated a multi-media children’s book, “How Nicky Kicks His Cold," encouraging children's health and educating about germs and the immune system. The book features enchanting songs by Pickxen, who will be performing at the reception. It will be available for purchase at the event and a portion of the artist’s sales, donations and proceeds of the book will go toward educational materials for Sickle Cell Anemia.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to meet the artists and also raise awareness and support for Sickle Cell Anemia Education. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information, visit