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The art of Gallery Hall connects you to a visual universe of wholeness, healing, and spirituality. Our space displays local and international artists who share the inner landscapes, intuitions, and viewpoints of our greater world community. Come and ground yourself in the life and beauty of the individual and the cosmic. And be reminded that we are all a part of the same great work of art.
Open Monday - Saturday
9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunday 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Julie A. Tenenbaum embodies a rare combination of left-brain (linear) and right-brain (artistic) passions. She loves to edit, proofread, and arrange the written word. For 25 years she has owned and operated a home-based secretarial service in Kansas City, Missouri, where she lives with her husband (the Singing Baker) and two cats. She also has a passion for her midtown neighborhood and has contributed hundreds of volunteer hours initiating and managing activities and programs to make it a safe and enjoyable place to live.
Julie is a self-taught fabric artist, specializing in hand embroidery. When she sits down to design her next project, the shape that inevitably shows up is the one closest to her heart — a cat. Most often, the design turns out to be another adventure of Benny Cat, a fat, happy, intelligent, and adventurous feline who goes where many cats would not…for instance, a bowling alley, a meditation cushion, or even to the moon.
Julie A. Tenenbaum is the owner of CatStitch Studio, based in Kansas City, Missouri. The studio is her creative playground and the home of her alter ego, Benny Cat. Julie delights in embroidering her fat feline friend in all kinds of environments and situations, many of which contain sly inferences and subtle puns. Her colorful designs are hand-stitched with cotton embroidery floss on light-weight canvas. She also offers custom cat-themed embroidered art, working both from photos and from her imagination.
Artists interested in exhibiting their work at Unity Temple can contact the Gallery Hall Director, Kathy Sweany at 816.561.4466 ext 133 or firstname.lastname@example.org