New Exhibit @BMPC (625 Montgomery Avenue, Bryn Mawr - Ministries Center)

bmpc-exhibit-a-marketing-card        After a very long hiatus, and still working on the update of my website and a few very exciting projects, I come back to present a exhibit of small works. 

       A BOOK OF POEMS

These small paintings - nine - were created based on the poetry of a young Spanish poet, Victor Martin Iglesias. I chose poems and verses from his second book published in 2014 and transformed words and their meanings into an artistic expression that reflects the struggles that young adults often experience. Yellow, in all its hues, symbolizes the sunshine of a young life, while the threads represent the struggles. The gauze cloth represents care applied to the imaginary wounds and their treatment with soft, ethereal tender comfort. The last two works in this series, “Selección de Poemas” (Selection of Poems) and a portrait of the poet,  represent a departure and the need to move on.

       INVISIBLE CITIES

 These three works , from my Invisible Cities series, are a small sample of my current work.   I digitally manipulate images and drawings and laser-print them on Plexiglas that I later color. Using LED lights, I try to bring the invisibility of certain parts of cities to the viewer’s attention.

EXHIBITION NOW OPEN THROUGH JAN 1, 2017

OPENING RECEPTION- SUNDAY,  DECEMBER 11 @5 pm ( right after the Christmas Concert)