12/23/14 - 3:18pm
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Touching the art is a no-no at most museums. At Dr. Stephanie Skolik’s exhibit, it’s encouraged.
At the Huntington Museum of Art, Skolik melds oil, pastel, watercolor, charcoal and other types of paintings into a multisensory approach, including 3-D clay interpretations for visitors, especially blind and visually impaired people, to experience.
Skolik combines her four-decade love of painting with her long career as an ophthalmologist for her first major exhibit “Inner and Outer Vision” on display through Jan. 25.