Knox Gallery in Central Harlem offers a dynamic program of exhibitions and encounters this April with a one person exhibition entitled “Mirrors of the Soul, portraits by Harlem sculptor Leah Poller”. The showpiece of the exhibition is a portrait of Fred Ho legendary jazz composer, internationally renowned baritone saxophonist, composer, arranger, band-leader, writer, producer and political activist. Poller’s unique approach to the bronze portrait is an amalgam of figurative, and non-figurative, real and sur-real, portraying both the subject and his/her thoughts. The over-arching result as presented in “Mirrors of the Soul” is a series of sensitive and powerful portraits that emanate from a unique subject while expressing the universal.
Opening Reception: April 11, 6-9pm