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Mexican artist Ana Kane is on a journey to unravel her inner self through her art. "Floating Woman" features deeply personal work – paintings of egg tempera and oil on canvas and drawings of watercolor and ink on paper. She mines content from her subconscious as she contemplates ancestral influences, her Mexican, female identity, beauty, fear, and desire.

The exhibit will be on display March 2-28.

Mexican artist Ana Kane is on a journey to unravel her inner self through her art. "Floating Woman" features deeply personal work – paintings of egg tempera and oil on canvas and drawings of watercolor and ink on paper. She mines content from her subconscious as she contemplates ancestral influences, her Mexican, female identity, beauty, fear, and desire.

The exhibit will be on display March 2-28.

Mexican artist Ana Kane is on a journey to unravel her inner self through her art. "Floating Woman" features deeply personal work – paintings of egg tempera and oil on canvas and drawings of watercolor and ink on paper. She mines content from her subconscious as she contemplates ancestral influences, her Mexican, female identity, beauty, fear, and desire.

The exhibit will be on display March 2-28.

WHEN

WHERE

The Jung Center
5200 Montrose Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
http://junghouston.org/art-exhibits/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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