Our September 22- October 27 Art Show, “Exploring Innocence” features the combined works of Angelika Domschke, Ph.D. and Cathy Crock representing childhood, fairytales, and innocence in works of sculpture and paintings. The show will also raise funds with portions artist’s sales, donations and proceeds of the sale of Angelika’s book “How Nicky Kicks His Cold” going toward educational materials for Sickle Cell Anemia.

Dr. Angelika Domschke, is working in conjunction with Emory Children’s Healthcare on development of an interactive book that will educate children 6-12 on how to handle and understand Sickle Cell Anemia. This children’s interactive book will be used in Emory’s hospital and various other outlets.

The book under development, “Saving Planet O” (O stands for oxygen) will be demonstrated at opening on Friday, September 22 between 6-8 p.m. Another children’s educational book, “How Nicky Kicks His Cold” which is illustrated and written by Dr. Domschke includes CDs  with music by Susan Monk of Pickxen. The evening’s musical entertainment will be performed by this group.  We hope you join us for this unique opportunity to meet the artists and to also raise awareness and support for educating the public on Sickle Cell Anemia. Admission is free and open to the public