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Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston presents "Women, Essence & Origin" Exhibition opening reception

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Photo courtesy of Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston

With the purpose of celebrating International Women’s Day, The Woodlands-based artists Annia Guillén, Hilda Rueda and Carolina Dalmas are bringing together the art exhibition "Women, Essence & Origin."

The exhibition portrays women of all ages, races and walk of life by reflecting on their essence as pillars of humanity. The artists present what constitutes an abstract or literal interpretation of women and their core values. Various mediums are utilized. Annia, originally from Costa Rica, works with pigments on silk and oils. Hilda, a native from Colombia, uses acrylics and oils and paints form life models. Carolina, from Argentina uses soft pastels on sandpaper.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until April 6.

With the purpose of celebrating International Women’s Day, The Woodlands-based artists Annia Guillén, Hilda Rueda and Carolina Dalmas are bringing together the art exhibition "Women, Essence & Origin."

The exhibition portrays women of all ages, races and walk of life by reflecting on their essence as pillars of humanity. The artists present what constitutes an abstract or literal interpretation of women and their core values. Various mediums are utilized. Annia, originally from Costa Rica, works with pigments on silk and oils. Hilda, a native from Colombia, uses acrylics and oils and paints form life models. Carolina, from Argentina uses soft pastels on sandpaper.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until April 6.

With the purpose of celebrating International Women’s Day, The Woodlands-based artists Annia Guillén, Hilda Rueda and Carolina Dalmas are bringing together the art exhibition "Women, Essence & Origin."

The exhibition portrays women of all ages, races and walk of life by reflecting on their essence as pillars of humanity. The artists present what constitutes an abstract or literal interpretation of women and their core values. Various mediums are utilized. Annia, originally from Costa Rica, works with pigments on silk and oils. Hilda, a native from Colombia, uses acrylics and oils and paints form life models. Carolina, from Argentina uses soft pastels on sandpaper.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until April 6.

WHEN

WHERE

The Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston
3315 Sul Ross St.
Houston, TX 77098
https://ihch.org/event/women-essence-origin-closing-event/

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Admission is free.
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