Coming up in February of 2011 are two Guerrero expositions, both taking place in Zihuatanejo, Gro., Mexico at Coconuts Restaurant.
NOTE: There has been a rescheduling of these two events into a combined exposition of both the Textile Arts of Katalina Guerrero and Landscape paintings of M. Angel Guerrero G., opening on Saturday, February 5, 7 p.m., at Coconut´s Restaurant.
Katalina Guerrero, February 5 through 18, Coconuts Restaurant; Opening Feb. 5, 7 p.m
Katalina Guerrero will be opening a showing of her textile arts on the evening of Saturday, February 5th. Coming from a family of artists and with influences that extend from her colorful Mexican heritage mixed with the intricacies of Eastern European roots and travel to such visually impactful locations as Greece, Turkey and Guinea, Katalina studied textile arts at Capilano College of Textile Arts and later received her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, Canada.
M. Angel Guerrero G., February 19 through March 4, Coconuts Restaurant; Opening Feb. 19 5th, 7 p.m.
Miguel Angel Guerrero Garro opens his showing of rich Mexican landscapes that capture the light and textures of Mexico´s varied geography. He studied art at the San Carlos Academy in the 1960s and later studied architecture at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, although most of his life has been dedicated to the development of his own art. He has exhibited widely both in Mexico and in Canada.
“With absolute mastery Angel Guerrero recuperates an impossible naturalism in an epoch where artists only reflect their interior ghosts. He transports the viewer right into the landscape.” — Nelson Oxman