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Thursday, October 13, 2011

Art Exhibition Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

“Caminos, CAMINANTE: A Path as we Travel”
October 7 – 30, 2011

Artists’ Reception:
Saturday, October 15, 2011 7-10pm



artdc Gallery at the Lustine Center
5710 Baltimore Avenue, Hyattsville, MD 20781
www.artdc.com

Inspired by the words of Spanish poet Antonio Machado, “Caminante no hay camino, se hace el camino al andar…” Traveller, there’s no road. The path is made as we travel.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, local Latin American artists join to explore their journeys through art and life in the US.
Come and enjoy canvas of colors and symbols deeply rooted in the cultures of Chile, Costa Rica, and Mexico.

The Artists:

Elba Molina.
Born in Santiago, Chile and lives in the DC area since 1973. Elba has studied art at the Corcoran School of Art, The Art League in Old Town Alexandria and Georgetown University, and has exhibited in DC, Miami, New York and New Delhi, India. Her palette varies widely demonstrating a strong sense of color, intimacy and freedom.

Claudia Olivos.
(www.claudiaolivos.com)
Raised in Chile and born in US, holds an MFA from Vermont College, and a BFA in painting from George Mason University. Her paintings have been featured in several publications and CD covers. She teaches art and is involved in the local DC art community.

Sergio Olivos.
(www.sergioolivosm.com)
Born in Villahermosa, Mexico, holds a BFA in painting from Universidad de Queretaro, Queretaro, Mexico. He has exhibited throughout Mexico and the Washington DC Metro area to and in other locations in the USA. He teaches painting, printmaking, drawing and encaustics.

Gloria Valdes “Tarasca”.
(www.gloriavaldes.com) Born in Michoacán, Mexico. Self taught artist inspired by the culture of the Tarascan ancestral people from which she interrelates her work, colors and shapes, and draws an artistic identity. Gloria has exhibited throughout the DC area.

Marité Vidales.
(www.maritevidales.com)
Born in San José, Costa Rica, graduated from the School of Fine Arts of the University of Costa Rica. For over 20 years, Marité has exhibited throughout United States, Costa Rica and Germany. Her work reflects a passion for symbols and colors

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