My great-grandmother – bless her heart – passed a few qualities on to my family, including: large feet (“a firm under-stand-ing”), broad shoulders (with a corresponding difficulty in finding jackets that fit), as well as some positive features (not to be mentioned). While most things that run in the family are affectionately considered quirks, the blessings of some families are more obvious than others. Enter: the Gentieu family, and their artful lineage. The work of four generations of Gentieu artists will be on display, during the 4 Generation Gentieu Friemoth Art Exhibition, where Toledo-photographer Penny Gentieu and her daughter, Anna Friemoth (2013 Honorable Mention for Toledo Museum of Art’s Toledo Area Artist Awards), will exhibit their work. Opening Thursday May 21, during Art Loop, 5-9pm.