The exhibition Maiz en el Umbral de la Agonía / Maiz in the throes of death opened at the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center on June 25, 2011. The tittle derived from one of the selected pieces, a polychrome pottery piece by San Antonio artist Veronica Castillo.
|Exhibit invitation. Piece by Veronica Castillo and Patricia Castillo Hernandez, 'Blue Maize in the Throes of Death,' 2011. Polychrome pottery. 74 x 52 cm.|
Here are a few images documenting the creative process and the wonderful artists that participated in this exhibit at the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center in San Antonio, Texas.
Artists selected for this show included Gloria Sanchez Hart, Kamala Platt, Nancy Klapp, Rosalyn Warren, Liliana Wilson, Martha Prentiss, Genevieve Rodriguez, Soledad Martha Hernandez Baez, Mary Agnes Rodriguez, Josie Méndez-Negrete, Veronica Castillo and Patricia Castillo Hernandez,Christa Klinckwort, Maddalena Forcella, Minerva Hernandez, Adriana Calatayud Morán,Yolanda Petrocelli,Emilia Sandoval, Maruch (María) Sántiz Gómez,Nadja Massun, Mari Seder, Jessica P. Gonzalez, Margarita de la Peña, Ana Gómez, and Marietta Bernstorff.
|Putting the finishing touches for the exhibit at the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center.|
|Finished galleries at the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center in San Antonio, Texas.|
|Piece by Rosalynn Warren, 'Within our roots,' 2011. Textile collage / quilt, hand & machine sewn. 102 x 152 cm.|