Opening Reception: 19th Annual El Corazon Exhibition
to 9 PM
521 E. Lawther Drive , Dallas, TX
The Bath House Cultural Center presents the 19th Annual El Corazón exhibition, a show that features diverse creations inspired by the heart (El Corazón), an important symbol in Mexican and Latin American art, and a significant theme in western culture.
As it approaches two decades of existence, this popular exhibition continues to generate great public interest and excitement among local and regional artists. Jose Vargas, a visual artist and independent exhibition curator from Dallas, got inspired to organize the exhibition upon seeing a colorful picture of a heart pierced by an arrow, which, together with the number 27 and the words “El Corazón,” were printed on one of the cards of the Mexican board game, Lotería. Mr. Vargas soon found other artists who were also fascinated by the aesthetics and symbolism of the heart, and he presented their artwork in the first El Corazon exhibition in 1993 with immense success. The show soon became an annual tradition and a very popular event for the Bath House Cultural Center and for the vast number of regional artists who have participated in this passionate and delightfully eclectic art show throughout the years.
Artists: Diana Almand, Chandra Armstead, Ninotchka Beavers, Angie Bolling, Kimberly Bradshaw Meadows, Lori Brennan, Eunice Bridges, Kailyn Cano, J R Compton, Sam Coronado, Cynthia Daniel, Steve Danner, Brett Dyer, Reyna Flores, Jacque Forsher, Teresa E. Goldsmith, Bryan Gooding, Stephanie Guajardo, Rebecca Guy, Juan J. Hernandez, Anne Hines, Heather Hughes, Cindy Kelly, Terry Kerr, Mark King, Joanna LaGrone-Headrick, Margot Lee Miller, Violet Lopez, Eli Lorenz, Roberta Masciarelli, Caleb Winter Massey, Janine Marie Maupin, Monica Moody, Terry Mosher, Jeff Murphy, Eric Joseph Pouncie, Guinn Powell, Christina Ramirez, Celine Raphael-Leygues, Lesley Rucker, Kate Schatz, Vin Schehagen, Armando Sebastian, Sabine Senft, Michelle Stroescu, Diane Torres, Samuel Torres, Karlo Henry Velazquez, Mayra Viviana Zamora, and Julie Zarate.
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