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Exhibition of Three Artists in the Chapel of Jimmy Ray Gallery

Cesilia Herrera, Zuria Goiricelaya y Maya

Cinthya Guevara y Wolfgang Lichter

Franz Gaydos y David Case

By Karla Ortiz

The Chapel of Jimmy Ray Gallery’s new exhibit, Essence: A Three Person Art Exhibition, opened February 23, presenting the art of Shirli Marcantel, Greg Ellis, and Anado McLauchlin.

As always at the Chapel of Jimmy Ray, the opening event was full of art, creators, mojigangas, and playfulness. And McLauchlin’s Casa de las Ranas (House of Frogs), a small house on the Chapel of Jimmy Ray Gallery compound that is the most colorful and exotic piece of construction in the city, is always a good reason to visit. In every corner there are mosaics, a piece of glass artwork, or brass details to surprise and delight guests.

Marcantel is a painter, sculptor, photographer, and collage artist. Her works are based on her studies as an interior designer and her love of nature. Her work can be found in several private collections in the US, México, and Europe.

Ellis, who is Marcantel’s partner, collaborates with her in the Wabi-Sabi Collective, which focuses on the beauty of natural forms. Their collaboration has produced complex ceramic sculptures and unusual mixed media and collage works.

McLauchlin’s art in this exhibit is, as always, exotic and colorful, with psychedelic touches that added a lively spark to the affair.

The exhibit will run until May. The gallery will also continue to present artist Ann Chamberlin’s paintings, as well as the “hyper-indigenous” work of Carlos Ramírez Galván.

The gallery is open only by reservation on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Contact to reserve a time.


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