Archive for: August, 2013

Gallery open house features blown glass, ceramics, and vintage textiles

By Susan Page Galería Atotonilco will host a two-day open house, Saturday and Sunday, August 31 and September 1 from noon to 5pm both days. Normally, the gallery is open only by appointment, so this is an opportunity to drop by at your leisure, enjoy refreshments, and see one of the finest folk art collections [...]

What is seen on the surface

By Cate Cormack People often tell me what they are “seeing” in my paintings. I enjoy hearing what they think the subject matter of the painting is. Usually it is something I never thought of! So what is abstract painting anyway? Commonly “abstract art” is understood to mean “not realistic.” However I, like many artists, [...]

Annie Evans shows “Sculptures and Allegories”

By Fran Schiavo San Miguel de Allende’s lovers of sculpture will want to mark their calendars for a special cocktail reception on Friday, September 6. Magenta Gallery, at Zacateros 26, will be featuring the evocative new work of sculptor Annie Evans at a cocktail reception from 4-9pm. Art “Sculptures and Allegories” by Annie Evans Fri, [...]

New exhibits at O.M.O and Small Works

By Jim Corcoran and Ralph Amaroso Patricia Fabre The paintings of Patricia Fabre are living presences. Each work is immediate, quite often representing loved ones and close family. They are portrayed in a way that conceals the identity, which reveals a new personality, subliminated beyond appearance. Art Work by Patricia Fabre and Raúl Campos Fri, [...]

You’re not as healthy as you think

By Liz Montes According to a recent study conducted by the giant insurance company Aetna, Americans have a disconnect when it comes to how healthy they see themselves. The study was interesting; it measured people’s responses to everything from how healthy we see ourselves compared to other generations… to how much we really exercised, do [...]

Our community grows!

By Becca Bay Please join us at Casa Hogar Santa Julia Don Bosco, AC to celebrate how our community has grown! We are proud to announce that on August 11, Casa Hogar Santa Julia invited the 15 girls and two madres of Casa Hogar Don Bosco into our home. This exciting and grand change has [...]

LifePath Center–It takes a village

By Berenice Parra For 13 years, LifePath Center has been a place of gathering for the spiritually minded community of San Miguel de Allende. Founded by Dr. Beverly Nelson, PhD in psychology, author and spiritual counselor Joseph Dispenza and naturopath Dr. Mike Herbert, LifePath has gone through several changes within the last couple of years. [...]

Casita Linda: the spirit of hope

By Louise Gilliam Casita Linda is pleased to present the second annual Spirit of Hope Dinner Dance on October 12. Chairman Louise Gilliam announced that this year’s honorary chairman is Mayor Mauricio Trejo Pureco. This event, which sold out last year, will be held at Las Ventanas and begins at 6pm. Champagne and hors d’oeuvres [...]

Grand Opening – Cantina El Gato Gordo

By Janice Zimolzak Feed the Hungry’s annual fall event is a celebration of San Miguel de Allende’s culinary and musical cultures. Naturally, it takes place on a cobblestone street, but not just any cobblestone street: calle San Miguel is a privada, generally closed to the public, which winds through the mature and beautiful gardens behind [...]

Hospice@M/X–a Foodie Extravaganza to honor Howard Gleason

By Barbara Nicols The perfect sunset, the perfect rooftop bar to kick off the event – and the perfect occasion: honoring San Miguel’s Howard Gleason for his decade plus of dedication and service to such charities as Feed the Hungry. Hosted and organized by Hospice San Miguel, Hospice@M/X was the second Hospice@ culinary event – [...]

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