Former Bowling Green resident Dorothy Uber Bryan (1924-2001) used art as a form of therapy. The Chemo Paintings, a series of works by Bryan is part of a new exhibition opening Jan. 18 in the Community Gallery. The exhibition, which continues through March 21, reveals how Bryan used art to express the range of emotions she felt during her fight with cancer. Each object in the series portrays a different stage of the artist’s 1989 battle. One painting not previously shown publicly joins 10 others in this exhibition. Works of art by other local residents of all ages affected by cancer and who participate in the Museum’s Community ArtReach Program are being exhibited as well.