Diego Pérez is an artist originally from Mexico whose focus is on humor, irony, and traditional techniques. He considers it important to modify the legitimization of art and the usual approach of admiration and respect of the art piece by questioning the environment and by using irony and sarcasm.
Día de los Muertos
October 15 - November 2, 2018
An exhibit of handmade-made altars inspired by the Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead tradition.
-- Swapna Das Abstract Metamorphosis
September 7 - October 12, 2018
Swapna Das says her art encompasses her profound belief that spirituality and creativity are intertwined. In this series of charcoal drawings, she examines the Buddhist concept of Ten Worlds.
Twirling Present, Colorful Future -- Jill Centino
Variegated -- Melissa Schleuger
June 16 - August 31, 2018
Jill Centino's paintings are some form of life's various personal quotations. In this series, she sees each painting as a kind of codex.
Melissa Schleuger begins her paintings without preconceived influence and continues by following the lead of brush strokes and colorful acrylics. Her mark-making is influenced by her studies in Chinese abstract and interest in architectural photography. Colors are selected at random.