The Wright Scoop Launches Art Exhibit: "Redemption defined by biblical women"

(EZ Newswire)

GLEN ALLEN, VA -- Glen Allen-based The Wright Scoop – Sylvia Hoehns Wright launches art exhibit, "Redemption defined by biblical women." Displayed May 4 through May 12, an exhibit opening will be hosted on Thursday, May 9 at 6 p.m. at Monument Heights Baptist Church (MHBC) located at 5716 Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia.

Why should you attend? Stories portrayed through Wright’s art, do not simply represent Christianity but all Abrahamic religions: Christianity, Judaism and Islam, as well as those of other cultures and or religions.

Based on research provided by the Women of Faith Study Bible and influenced by a Christian-based program GriefShare, Wright’s art identifies redemption to occur when we lean on spiritual assistance and then sow seeds of life renewal:

  • Faith: Hebrews 11:1
  • Confidence: 2 Corinthians 3:4-5
  • Courage: Isaiah 41:10,
  • Memories: Philippians 1:3
  • Love: Romans 8:37-39
  • Hope: Psalm 71:14

Resulting in a form of redemption, defined by featured biblical women: ‘Strength and honor are her clothing; she is confident about the future.' —Proverbs 31:25

In her memoir style book, "Eco-legacy – a millennium woman’s heritage," Wright shares stories of her childhood as well as present-day lifestyle at Hoehns Lakeview Farms located in Henrico County, Virginia. She credits the legacy of a rural Virginia childhood and Quaker lifestyle belief—view self as caretaker, not owner of property—as the source of her value system and commitment to community.
About The Wright Scoop – Sylvia Hoehns Wright

As a child of the ‘tell-instead-of-read-me-a story’ era, Wright urges all to identify, record, and ensure the legacies of their heritage, both community and spiritual. To purchase copies of her books, visit For more information about an exhibit and/or workshop, contact For details of her other activities, visit

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SOURCE: The Wright Scoop

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