Sharon Milligan and David Wright Exhibit at Galería San Francisco

Sharon's sculpture-crop

By Susan Santiago

Galería San Francisco is pleased to present the work of Sharon Milligan, a long-time San Miguel de Allende resident and sculptor, and guest artist, Canadian painter David Wright. Please join us for our opening reception, Friday, February 12, 6 to 8pm, and meet these talented artists.

Art
Sharon Milligan and David Wright
Fri, Feb 12, 6–8pm
Galería San Francisco
San Francisco 1
Plaza Principal
Across from Intercam Bank

David Wright first moved to SMA in 1993. After many years, he returned to Canada to continue painting and to teach painting at Brock University in Ontario. Every year he and his wife Sandra spend the winter in San Miguel, where he continues to work and exhibit. David is well known for his large, beautiful water lily pond paintings. The new paintings that David will show at Galería San Francisco are a series of smaller Mexican landscapes.

Sharon Milligan works in clay and bronze and is known for her ceramic, whimsical Open Minded People and her bronzes, mostly of living subjects. At Galería San Francisco she will show a selection of clay birds from her 100 bird series and will introduce two new bronze editions, “Conejo” and “The Grateful Little Bunny.” Both artists have shown extensively in the U.S., Mexico, and Canada.

The entrance to Plaza Principal is across from Intercam Bank and will be marked by balloons. The stairs to the gallery are just inside the entrance.

 

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