"Artists of Snohomish County" 

Until December 10, 2022

LYNNWOOD CONVENTION CENTER

Happy and grateful to participate in this exhibit at the Lynnwood Convention Center. You are invited to see my artwork and great pieces from 13 artists residing within Snohomish County.

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"Dress like Frida" with recycled Materials Contest

June 12, 2022

LANGSTON HUGHES, SEATTLE WA

Reuse materials that we usually have at home and have fun creating wonderful and unique attires inspired in Frida Kalho. An event organizated by The Fat Brush Art Workshop and Orquesta Northwest that shows how  we can be creative while caring for our planet.

"Miradas Sobre la Niñez"

 

THE EXHIBIT

MAPECO, URUAPAN MICHOACÁN MEXICO

Very proud to participate in the exhibition 50 Graphics for MAPECO "Glances from the childhood" in Uruapan, Michoacán,  inaugurated April 30th, 2022

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"Las Aves"

 

THE EXHIBIT

WARD MUSEUM OF WILDFOWL ARTS, SALISBURY UNIVERSITY (MAY 2021)

 

A closer look at the set-up of Las Aves as associate curator Nikki Kerr hangs amate paintings, and embroidery on amate, by Mexican-American artist María Guadalupe Casey.

Amate is a Spanish word that comes from the Nahuatl amatl. This indigenous Mexican medium has been made from bark in a similar fashion for at least 2,000 years.

Today, indigenous Otomi artisans of Central Mexico use the amate bark, as well as nettle and mulberry trees, to create unique sheets of paper by hand. They vary in shade, color, weight, and pattern, and are adorned with brightly colored paint and embroidery designs.

Opening tomorrow, Las Aves: Birds in the Art of and Inspired by Mexico highlights some of the many traditional art forms featuring birds, which are carried on by the artists and makers of Mexico, as well as birds in contemporary works created by artists living in the U.S. with heritage connected to Mexico.

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Strokes for stroke

THE EXHIBIT

Come to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, meet few of our community stroke survivors, and learn how they have had some exceptional experiences creating art.

Thank you Dr. Lissa Shumaker (Stroke Program Coordinator) for letting The Fat Brush Art Workshop collaborate, for third year in a row, to improve the quality of their lives.

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