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June 14th - August 23rd
Opening Reception: Saturday June 14th, from 7 – 10pm
The second installment of Arte Latino at LuminArte Gallery opens on June 14 with a reception from 7-10 PM and will consist of 36 artists from 10 countries, including Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, USA and Venezuela. This electrifying selection of Latin American artwork includes paintings, sculpture, photography and fashion and will run through the end of July, consisting of several smaller events that are meant to highlight cultural creativity and diversity within the Latin American community. Participating artists include Patricia Mariaca, Fabricio Lara, Keiko Gonzalez, Angeles Fabbri, Erika Ewel , Alex Zapata, Roberta Masciarelli, Daniela Matchael, Maria Hunt, Bruno Angel, Alexandra Betancur, Cristina de Castro, Luis Fernando Echeverri, Lorena Fernandez Abuchaibe, Juliana Ferreyros, Jaime Ferreyros, Beatriz Ocampo, Cesar Santafe, Rossana Solis, Maria Clara Villamil, Francisco Ceron, Alicia H. Torres, Lina Linkimer, Bravo Vitrum, Chema Gil, Araceli Salcedo, Luis Fernando Camacho, Jessica M.Chaix, Anica Shpilberg, Anabel Peicher, Raquel Rub, Lara Campiglia, Paul Pena, Flavia D'Ascoli, Jean-Paul Khabbaz and Oswaldo Sandoval; and several artists will be in attendance in the opening reception. Both the reception and exhibition are free and open to the public.
"Texas, It's a Culture Thing"
Texas Artist Showcase
September 13th - October 18th
Opening Reception September 13th, 7-10PM
"Clustre" by Patricia Rodriguez
The third annual review of Texas based talent at LuminArte Gallery, Texas, It's a Culture Thing will be on display, starting September 13th with a reception from 7-10 PM. Artwork includes paintings, sculpture and photography and will run through October 18th. Participating artists include Patricia Rodriguez, Elizabeth Schowachert, Morgan Addie Grasham, Trent Mann, Cathy Shepherd, Duke Horn, Ben Britt, John Milton, Jane Cornish Smith, Carol Ordemann, Elisabeth Schalij, Joseph Haubert, Steve Ko, Jim Lively, Rick Timmons, Antonia Lazaki, Melissa Stinson Ellis, Jeff McClung, Michael Pavlovsky, Barbara Elam, Alex Remington, Gabrielle Pruitt, Tom Karges, Brad Albright, Leanne Venier, Bob Nunn, Adina Cicort, Faith Gantz, Jarred Lee, Jessica Manheim, Eric Hanson and Matt Anzak; and several artists will be in attendance in the opening reception. Both the reception and exhibition are free and open to the public.
"It's Too Small to Contain My Dream" by Steve Ko
Judith Seay Artist Showcase
September 27th - October 18th
Opening Reception September 27th, 7-10PM
"Silver Linings" by Judith Seay
On Saturday, September 27th, LuminArte will showcase local artist, Judith Seay with an artist reception from 7 - 10 PM. In Artful Reflections, Judith will be exhibiting new paintings and installation sculpture from her latest series of artworks created in 2013 and 2014, including large scale abstract works that serge with dynamic, metallic overlays. “Each decade of my painting career has formed a characteristic style. The metal leafing is the common thread. Art is the thread of my life running in and out as my style changes. Gold leaf is the thread running in and out of my evolving style.”
Dallas born artist, Judith Seay received her fine arts degree from SMU, later studying art at UT and UNT. Recently, Judith has shown in numerous galleries and has been featured in the Dallas Cityartcal as well as in in the Ritz Carlton. She has been a member of several art groups over the years and was a charter member of the MAC and member of the MAC PAC. She has donated many paintings to charitable groups like the Dallas Museum’s Art Ball and the Crystal Charity Ball. She has been in an array of prestigious exhibits, including The Women’s Caucus for the Arts and the National Open Exhibition of the TVAA. Judith has collectors ranging from architects to professional athletes, to international art enthusiasts.