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Galería Izamal Exhibits the Work of Roberto López Fuentevilla

By Henry Vermillion

Roberto López Fuentevilla’s energetic, colorful, and virtuosic paintings of Arabian horses, jazzmen, and, yes, Frida Kahlo has made him one of the most sought-after painters in San Miguel de Allende. Fuentevilla is a classically trained painter; he studied in both México City and Florence, Italy. A member of the Mexican Watercolor Society, he still produces beautifully crafted watercolors of Mexican landscapes and rural life but has become more recently known for his figurative work on canvas, painted over beautiful abstract drips and splashes. He has had over 20 one-man shows, in addition to being a Galería Izamal associate. He has his own gallery at Jesus 18.

Roberto López Fuentevilla
Sat, Feb 10, 6–8pm
Galería Izamal
Mesones 80

Galería Izamal, a cooperative located in the heart of downtown San Miguel, is a beloved local institution. Last November it celebrated its 25th anniversary.

The work of the gallery’s other six members—painters Juan Ezcurdia, Leslie Jakobovits, Cissy Smith Marks, Bill Morrow, Henry Vermillion, and Britt Zaist, as well as jewelers Maria Bracho and Crystal Victoria—will be on display at the opening. A new member, Cissy Smith Marks, will have an introductory show on February 24.


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