TALK: In conversation with artist Keith L. Andrews

Guatemala art

Sat. In conversation with artist Keith L. Andrews (Nos-Otros) who collaborates with other artists using various mediums, sharing a diversity of visions. What happens when two or more artists who have never worked together conceive of and carry out an original creation? What are the steps and missteps in arriving at a decision regarding the project? What tensions arise? How […]

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ART “Nos-Otros” Sculptor Keith L. Andrews

Guatemala art

Sat. ART “Nos-Otros” Sculptor Keith L. Andrews collaborates with artists from five nations using various mediums, sharing a diversity of visions. The artist will be present at the inauguration. While explicit teamwork among equals is the norm in most human activities—in business, science, social activities, music, dance, film and many others—it is relatively uncommon in the visual arts. In the […]

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ART: “Reflexiones en Color” by Guatemalan artist Hugo González Ayala

Guatemala art

Saturday. ART Presenting Reflexiones en Color by Guatemalan artist Hugo González Ayala. Color which he has joyously explored throughout his career is translated into the buoyant, verdant and bountiful landscape of Guatemala’s Highlands and the country’s jewel of a colonial town, La Antigua. His masterful control of painting conveys his ‘own reality’ with playful imagination through color, form and perspective. […]

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ART Travesía de Sueños

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Saturday. ART Travesía de Sueños, a collection of watercolors by Josué Hernández depicting the American dream and the goal to become “someone” in society. His colorful images poetically express all the sacrifices that one makes when immigrating to a foreign country, learning a new language, new traditions and to some extent sacrificing their own identity. More than 15 new watercolors […]

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Maya Woman Series on Exhibit

Wendy Carpenter’s work in weaving, dyeing and basketry spans more than 35 years. The accomplished fiber artist has spent the past nine years working with craftsmen and women in Central America and Mexico on textile designs and organizing sewing cooperatives, as well as custom-cutting jadeite and quartz geodes for making jewelry. Her Maya Woman series on exhibit at La Antigua […]

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