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No More Walls In Loreto X

ART LORETO X El beso

Por Michelle Laneque Braude Es con una constante devoción al Arte con toda su belleza, lo que impulsó a Humberto y Hugo a tomar los muros del famoso restaurant “Café el muro” al cual le dedican toda su energía convirtiéndola en un espacio de expresión para los artistas Nicolás Bravo ,Carl Miranda, Sebastián Días Duarte [...]

The Oaxaca Series

ART GALERIA SAN FRANCISCO

By Susan Santiago Galería San Francisco is currently featuring a new body of work by artist Robert Merrill Sweeny entitled “The Oaxaca Series.” Robert “Bo” Sweeny is a lifelong artist. He has recently become a permanent resident of San Miguel after visiting for the better part of two decades. He holds a BFA from Rhode [...]

LUMINOUS

ART LUMIINOUS el incendio

By Cati Demme One could not find two artists with more diverse backgrounds than Keith Miller and Suzy Taylor! Yet both have come to the same conclusion—that the ultimate goal of painting is about capturing light and luminosity no matter the subject. Art Exhibition Luminous By Keith Miller and Suzy Taylor Special gallery hours tonight [...]

The Found and the Made

ART ALAN SIEGEL

By Alan Siegel Alan Siegel, widely known for his sculptural chairs, is exhibiting his new work at the Nudo Gallery, Recreo 36, from March 17 until April 10. This work marks a departure in his long career. Art The Found and the Made Work of Alan Siegel Mar 17–Apr 10 Nudo Gallery Recreo 10 B, [...]

Collages and Assemblages

ART BEA Collage Dali's

By Béa Aaronson Life is a collage assemblage! All our little and big moments, experiences, emotions, thoughts, and actions are scattered through space and time. They hang in time, waiting to make sense, and what do we do to give them sense? We cut and glue—metaphorically, in that we re-organize, dis-organize, edit, and paste. We [...]

The Faces of San Miguel

ART Galeria Aldama

By Ricardo Ledezma Born in Toronto, Canada, Gary Taber spent his childhood being a kid in the 1940s, then grew up to spend his career as a Professional Engineer. During this time, he spent many years taking life drawing and painting at the Three Small Schools of Art. After working abroad in the Philippines for [...]

Ceramic Sculpture Show Opens

ARt pueblo mexicano1

By Cynthia Claus Sher Davidson’s show of her new collection of sculptures entitled “Mi Pueblo Mexicano” opens Sunday, March 5 from 2–4:30pm at the Bordello Gallery, 19 Organos. Showing with the sculptures will be the paintings of Ruben Morales, which have graced the gallery walls for several years. Morales, a Morelia artist, paints the people [...]

Call for Artists-A Benefit for Mujeres en Cambio and CASA

ART Nasty woman

By Mary Norquist The Nasty Women project came into being following the recent presidential election, when a sculptor in Brooklyn came up with the idea as a demonstration of solidarity among artists who support women’s, and individual, rights. The name, “Nasty Women,” was selected as a reference to Trump’s slur about Hilary Clinton in the [...]

Murals in Guadalupe

ART JAN BAROSS

By Jan Baross On February 4, young muralists from around the world began arriving to paint lively figures on the walls of the San Miguel de Allende neighborhood of Guadalupe. Over the years, thanks to Colleen Sorenson, Graffiti World, and the Muros en Blanco group, muralists have been brought in from all over the world [...]

Art in Bloom Comes to San Miguel

ART IN BLOOM

By Aly Posner On Saturday, April 1, and Sunday, April 2, the San Miguel Garden Club’s Art in Bloom flower show will be presented at Fábrica La Aurora in tandem with the multi-gallery monthly Art Walk. As our gift to the community, the show will have no entry fee. Art Art in Bloom Sat, Apr [...]

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