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Hope McKee

As a disabled artist, Hope strives to showcase we are all differently-abled, doing her part to change the world.  She works in a variety of media (painting, collage, mixed media, glass, ceramics, photography and drawing) with a special emphasis in comic book art.  She is currently working on a graphic novel trilogy.

Hope is involved in Borderless Arts Tennessee and has participated in multiple workshops ranging from glass art to ink brush, from photography to ceramics.  In April 2018, she traveled with part of the group to represent the United States at the Awladna International Forum for Arts of the Gifted in Cairo, Egypt. She was one of the artists who created the costumes that were used in the performance.  Hope was also one of the performers.

Hope’s work has been shown in Egypt, Greece, Morocco, Argentina, and Ethiopia as well as in the United States. She was part of a three artist exhibition in downtown Nashville at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. She has also exhibited both at the Hotel Preston and the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center in Nashville. Additionally, she has exhibited in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park in East Tennessee, the Pinckney National Park in South Carolina, and the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC.

Most recently, Hope won an Honorable Mention in “Finding your Inner MozArt Contest” that was part of the Mozart and the Mind Event in San Diego. During the Fall of 2019, Hope is part of the Adventure Exhibit at Chromatics Gallery in Nashville, TN.

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