Archive for: February, 2013

Whoops, I didn’t mean to do that

By Charles Miller A story I have retold many times is of my client who told me her keyboard needed to have one more key, a large wide key big enough to be labeled “Whoops, I didn’t mean to do that.” She was pleasantly surprised to learn that her keyboard already had such a key, [...]

Questions and purr-fect answers

By Joan DiPiero Question: I am disappointed that the kitten I adopted last year has become so independent that she refuses to sit on my lap or accept more than a brief petting. Do you have any guaranteed lap cats? Answer: Although we offer no guarantees, we do know that older kittens or adult cats [...]

The “Arboresque” series

By Valeria Siemelink In 2010, Jiro Kamata visited Mexico for the first time to exhibit “Momentopia,” a series he had been working in since 2007. The open, blue sky of Mexico captivated the visiting artist and introduced him to a sensory experience that led him to explore Mexican color and to develop a profound visual [...]

“Como Agua de Mayo” — Lena Bartula at Galería 6 in Pozos

By Nick Hamblen Returning to creating art after a year-and-a-half break, Lena Bartula opens her new show, “Como Agua de Mayo,” at Galería 6 on Saturday, March 2. Art “Como Agua de Mayo” Sat, Mar 2, 1-5pm By Lena Bartula Galería 6 Jardín Principal 6 Mineral de Pozos, Gto. I sat down with the artist [...]

Emerging images

By Mamie Spiegel “I still create chairs,” says Alan Siegel, who is having an opening of new work at the Manuel Chacon Gallery, March 1, at the Fabrica La Aurora. “I’ve returned to my original passion: oil-based paint. But look around my studio—you won’t see a single paint brush.” Art Alan Siegel exhibition Fri, Mar [...]

The Shoes Are Coming

By Gigi Pfleghaar Yes, the SHOES are coming! What do 30 of San Miguel de Allende’s most talented and respected artists have in common with Vincent Van Gogh, Andy Warhol, Andrew Wyeth and Norman Rockwell? They are using the shoe and its many connotations as inspiration for works of art! The end result – an [...]

“Now. Here. This.”

By Eli Hans The current exhibition “Now. Here. This.” is an exciting solo show of 30 original works by assemblage artist Joseph Bennett. Bennett’s work has its roots in a famous collaboration between Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque in 1912. Fourteen years ago, his inspiration ignited when viewing works by his muse, Joseph Cornell, one [...]

New exhibit at Café-Galería Carlos Muro

By Heidi Hunter Margo Godin Margo Godin has been sharing her time between Montreal, Canada and San Miguel de Allende for the last 10 years. The colors, light and culture of this beautiful city have greatly influenced her work. She occasionally works on a series with a predetermined theme, but mostly lets herself be guided [...]

Process

By Mamie Spiegel “The first step in my process,” says Ellen Schechner Johnson, whose new ceramic pieces appear at the Zoho Gallery in the Aurora this coming Friday, March 1, “is to create a clay object.” Art Process Ceramic work by Ellen Schechner Johnson and Edna Dickinson Fri, Mar 1, 5-7pm Zoho Gallery Fábrica La [...]

Works by Beverly Moor at Galería SmallWorks

By Jim Corcoran Beverly Moor is the little lady with the big personality. Anyone who has encountered her stepping out after dark has seen her inimitable style. Reminiscent of Talitha Getty in the 1960s, Moor has a wonderful sense of Bohemian chic. Art Works by Beverly Moor Permanent exhibit Mon-Sun, 11am-5pm Galería SmallWork Fábrica Aurora [...]

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