‘The Impossible Dream Is the Gateway to Self-Love’ by Ruth Miller. The work is part of Miller’s exhibition ‘Thinking Art Into Being’ at the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art in Biloxi. In her description of the work, Miller says the narrative is ‘Once we stop looking to others for approval, we’re on our way toward self-acceptance.’
‘The Impossible Dream Is the Gateway to Self-Love’ by Ruth Miller. The work is part of Miller’s exhibition ‘Thinking Art Into Being’ at the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art in Biloxi. In her description of the work, Miller says the narrative is ‘Once we stop looking to others for approval, we’re on our way toward self-acceptance.’ Tammy Smith tmsmith@sunherald.com
‘The Impossible Dream Is the Gateway to Self-Love’ by Ruth Miller. The work is part of Miller’s exhibition ‘Thinking Art Into Being’ at the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art in Biloxi. In her description of the work, Miller says the narrative is ‘Once we stop looking to others for approval, we’re on our way toward self-acceptance.’ Tammy Smith tmsmith@sunherald.com

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