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HCC Northline Art Gallery presents Raul Gonzalez: "Watch Me Work" opening reception

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Photo by Raul R. Gonzalez

In his solo exhibition, Raul Gonzalez presents both new and recent work reflecting on his daily role as a stay-at-home-parent. The artist spends much of his time teaching and playing with his two daughters at home and in the studio. This show captures those private moments through a combination of painting, drawing, and mixed-media work.

This work draws attention to how we balance our roles, responsibilities, and multifaceted personalities. Concurrently the works highlight the social and economic dichotomy between home-work (“women’s work”) and manual labor.  Raul’s previous artwork has included construction, immigrant labor, abstraction, and dance-based performance.

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

In his solo exhibition, Raul Gonzalez presents both new and recent work reflecting on his daily role as a stay-at-home-parent. The artist spends much of his time teaching and playing with his two daughters at home and in the studio. This show captures those private moments through a combination of painting, drawing, and mixed-media work.

This work draws attention to how we balance our roles, responsibilities, and multifaceted personalities. Concurrently the works highlight the social and economic dichotomy between home-work (“women’s work”) and manual labor. Raul’s previous artwork has included construction, immigrant labor, abstraction, and dance-based performance.

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

In his solo exhibition, Raul Gonzalez presents both new and recent work reflecting on his daily role as a stay-at-home-parent. The artist spends much of his time teaching and playing with his two daughters at home and in the studio. This show captures those private moments through a combination of painting, drawing, and mixed-media work.

This work draws attention to how we balance our roles, responsibilities, and multifaceted personalities. Concurrently the works highlight the social and economic dichotomy between home-work (“women’s work”) and manual labor. Raul’s previous artwork has included construction, immigrant labor, abstraction, and dance-based performance.

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

WHEN

WHERE

Northline Campus Art Gallery
8001 Fulton St.
Room 105
Houston, TX 77022
http://www.artistraulgonzalez.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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