The Texarkana Regional Arts & Humanities Council presents the art of Melverue Abraham through March 5 at the regional arts center in Texarkana.

A little information from the artist on his calling.

"Artistry is my soul's destiny; I am compelled to release the colors and expressions that are given. Painting is my life and I know this, for it is now and always been. Art gives me energy or it relaxes me, either way there is no void, these expressions flow plentifully and beautifully as I feel a Divine connection with God. I just let go and allow the Divine Spirit to have its way.....for God is my Teacher."

The exhibition will feature a reception February 13th from 12PM to 3PM
hosted by TRAHC's African-American Committee In Cabe Hall, Regional Arts Center
321 4th Street, Texarkana.

The Texarkana Regional Arts and Humanities Center was formed in 1978 by community leaders with assistance from the Junior League of Texarkana, TRAHC’s goals were to protect, develop, take advantage of, and provide all citizens with access to cultural resources.  As it has progressed, the “arts” have also proven to be a wise economic investment as well as a tourism stimulus. TRAHC is both a presenter and a preserver of historical legacies for the Perot Theatre and the Regional Arts Center.