Resurrection returns to San Miguel de Allende
By Alma Barham
After an absence of six years, during which time she was principally involved in showing her creations throughout the American Southwest, Alma Guerrero Barham has returned fulltime to San Miguel de Allende.
Sun, Apr 13, 4-6pm
Ancha de San Antonio 10A
Many will recall Alma’s involvement with Eclectica, a unique gallery which was located at the Instituto Allende. Among numerous works of art there, Alma’s handiwork drew rave reviews for its originality and its evocation of the spirit of the past. Owing to Alma’s ability to literally infuse history into her motifs, it has been oft remarked that Clio, the muse of history, has somehow merged with her artistic insight.
Whether one views Alma’s Resurrection jewelry line or her accompanying fashion statements, there is no doubting their origins. Reflective of the historical consciousness of the originator, it is more than apparent that these one-of-a-kind creations are especially appealing to those who are bold and self-assured but, at the same time, are also well grounded with a sense of the past.
On Sunday, April 13, from 4-6pm at Provecho Café del Arte, Ancha de San Antonio 10A, adjacent to the Instituto Allende, a special showing of Resurrection jewelry and crocheted shawls, tops and other wearable art will take place. Please join Alma, Siobhan and Joanna at the Provecho, as Resurrection returns to San Miguel de Allende, the fountainhead of its inspiration.