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Photo by Cecilia Villanueva

Archway Gallery presents "Transportable Cities: Mexico City 5 O’Clock," featuring new paintings by Cecilia Villanueva. The artist will be on hand to visit with guests during the exhibition opening reception at the gallery. There will be an Artist Talk and Performance at 6:30 pm.

Villanueva focuses her attention and encapsulates the soul of a place. This is accomplished not only with her oils and brushes but also through her collection of bottles filled with earth from the mountains, painted textiles, ceramics, and stones. All the artifacts and artifices included in this body of work have been invented for the sole purpose of capturing the essence of a moment in the city which she calls her own.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until October 3.

Archway Gallery presents "Transportable Cities: Mexico City 5 O’Clock," featuring new paintings by Cecilia Villanueva. The artist will be on hand to visit with guests during the exhibition opening reception at the gallery. There will be an Artist Talk and Performance at 6:30 pm.

Villanueva focuses her attention and encapsulates the soul of a place. This is accomplished not only with her oils and brushes but also through her collection of bottles filled with earth from the mountains, painted textiles, ceramics, and stones. All the artifacts and artifices included in this body of work have been invented for the sole purpose of capturing the essence of a moment in the city which she calls her own.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until October 3.

Archway Gallery presents "Transportable Cities: Mexico City 5 O’Clock," featuring new paintings by Cecilia Villanueva. The artist will be on hand to visit with guests during the exhibition opening reception at the gallery. There will be an Artist Talk and Performance at 6:30 pm.

Villanueva focuses her attention and encapsulates the soul of a place. This is accomplished not only with her oils and brushes but also through her collection of bottles filled with earth from the mountains, painted textiles, ceramics, and stones. All the artifacts and artifices included in this body of work have been invented for the sole purpose of capturing the essence of a moment in the city which she calls her own.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until October 3.

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WHERE

Archway Gallery
2305-A Dunlavy St.
Houston, TX 77019
http://www.archwaygallery.com/

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Admission is free.
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