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Current Event

“The path of the fairies” by Leonardo Moleiro

Saturday Jun 3rd, 6-9pm

Leonardo Moleiro has developed his artistic career from an early age. He uses art as a form of expression and a means to communicate through a canvas. He uses colors and the abstraction of forms as the main tool of his artistic proposal.

Past Event

“Art of Mesopotamia” by Paul Batou

Saturday Apr 1st, 6-9pm

Paul Batou is an Assyrian Visual Artist and this collection was based on his pleas and prayers written in November 2019 and painted over the past several months as the world faces the COVID-19 pandemic.

Upcoming Event

“Reinventing Art” The Multifaceted Works of Cesar Aguiar

Saturday Jul 1st, 6-9pm

Aguiar’s art is a celebration of various artists and styles,
and his pieces are primarily abstract, incorporating elements of geometric and cubist art, as well as surrealism, contemporary, and modern styles. One of the most striking aspects of Aguiar’s art, his ability to constantly reinvent himself, resulting in dynamic and multifaceted body of work.

Past Event

“STRANGE LANDS” by John Woodcock

Saturday Mar 4th, 6-9pm

Motivated by natural processes, land art, reticulation and
movement, his most recent body of work predominately
experiments with Relief and Monotype Printing techniques using a limited pallet. He attempts to manipulate surface and texture to reshape and reinvent landscape, while
encouraging chance in the work

Past Event

“A Brush with Nature” by Elisa Arancibia

Saturday May 6th, 6-9pm

Come see her stunning artwork, which captures the beauty of our local surroundings in breathtaking detail. We’re thrilled to celebrate the natural world and the creative talent of our local artists. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind exhibition!

Past Event

“KISS Collection” by Ahmad Shariff

Saturday Feb 4th, 6-9pm

A kiss and kisses act as expressions of affection, love, passion, romance, greeting, friendship, and more. In some cultures and situations, a kiss is a ritual, a symbolic gesture that can even be considered a devotion or act of respect and value. Red and Black India ink on poetry book pages adhered to canvas.

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