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Exhibit at Jimmy Ray Gallery is Artistic Adventure

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By Richard Lorenzo Local artist and outsider curator Anado McLauchlin has miraculously found the cure for the summertime blues. Ironically, the cure is Summertime Blues, a new group show opening August 3 at Anado’s Chapel of Jimmy Ray Gallery. The exhibition will only be up for two weeks, so make an appointment to view the [...]

Three New Solo Exhibits Open at the Intersección Gallery.

ALEJANDRA MENDOZA

By Margaret Failoni Three very different artists will exhibit new works for the Intersección Gallery: Alejandra Mendoza has prepared a new take on her acute vision of our ever-more consumerist society with a not-too-veiled critique of the fashion world, including her always purposeful stitched imagery and a beautifully executed series of majolica tiles with the [...]

New Work Reception at Magenta Gallery

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By Patricia Miller Join us tomorrow, July 27, for new summer artwork by all Magenta Gallery’s artists, who have designed new work for display downstairs along with their older work. They have refined their colors and designs with their high artistic ability. Magenta Gallery is a co-operative with seven talented, professional, and successful artists. They [...]

Galeria Atotonilco Presents Highly Sought Wounaan Baskets for Sale

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By Susan Page Baskets created by the Wounaan indigenous tribe, who live in the coastal jungle in Colombia, are widely considered to be the finest and most beautiful baskets in the world. They had never been exhibited in México until Galeria Atotonilco introduced them in 2017. These first selection of baskets sold out quickly. Galeria [...]

Artists Pair Up in New Art Exhibit to Compare Reality From Two Different Viewpoints.

FUENTE VILLA

By José Luis Arias Benítez A new art exhibit by two painters proposes two different perspectives by two artists on the landscape, the human figure, and pop culture. Roberto Fuentevilla and José Luis Arias, two versatile painters in terms of technique, format, and media, join together in the exhibit Two Viewpoints, in which they experiment [...]

Empezarte Brings a Rare Commodity to City’s Marginalized Youth: Art Therapy

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By Philip Heckel For psychologist Gabriela Osorio, the healing arts are literally that—art. Six months ago, Osorio and ARTES Open Studio director, Oscar Aguirre, launched a nonprofit art therapy pilot program in town called Empezarte, collaborating with the Foundation for Child Support (FAI) of San Miguel with the hope of giving youth marginalized by an [...]

Galeria Atotonilco Presents the World’s Finest Baskets

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By Susan Page Baskets created by the Wounaan indigenous tribe, who live in the coastal jungle in Colombia, are widely considered to be the finest and most beautiful baskets in the world. These vibrant and intricate items are the result of ancient weaving traditions passed through generations of the indigenous peoples of the Colombian rainforest. [...]

Surrealist Artist Inspires Clothing Designs at Galeria Casa Diana Fashion Show

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By Alexandra Long A fashion show on Saturday, June 22, at Galeria Casa Diana, will present a collection inspired by renowned surrealist artist Pedro Frideberg. The strong architectural quality and surreal compositions that characterize Friedeberg’s works served as a template for the Tiajuana fashion designer Daniela Villa’s spring/summer collection. Every item of clothing in this [...]

Mexican Art Tradition and French Cuisine served up at La Bastide Restaurant

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By PJF “Sugar” Hudson Bruce Stuart will open a new exhibit of his work on Saturday, May 11, from 5–8 pm at La Bastide restaurant. Known primarily for his early work in realism as an artist painting scenes on the island of Bermuda, Stuart is increasingly experimenting in the colors and textures of San Miguel [...]

Artist Projects Hope and Promise in His San Miguel Scenes

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By Dean Cummer When he was first learning to paint, Mac Thigpen was told to leave the landscapes to retirees. “If you can paint the human figure well, you can paint anything,” his art teachers said. For many years, Mac invested emotionally in painting the human figure. But now Thigpen is retired, and he paints [...]

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