Pullman Mural Fundraiser
I will set up a table at the corner of 23rd St and Grant from 10:00 to 2:00 pm on Saturday March 14, and Saturday April 11. We will collect ideas for this immigration mural and fundraise the rest of the monies to build a wall and paint it during the summer of 2020. To donate, click here. Visit this page to read more about the mural.
Mujeres Con Faldas y Talones De Serpientes
Four of my portraits will be featured in this group show. The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts is proud to host the 33rd Solo Mujeres exhibition of work by more than 50 Latina artists. The Center is located near BART at 2868 Mission St, San Francisco. Curator Martina Ayala explains that the show “features nepantlera artists from the U.S. and Mexico. It explores the many manifestations of the Coatlicue State in Nepantla. Through their work, the Nepantleras reclaim sovereignty and embrace life, death and rebirth on their own terms.”
Fundamental Drawing Class at the Richmond Art Center
Gain confidence and sharpen your representational drawing skills with charcoal, graphite and ink.Learn composition, measurement, and rendering of 3D objects including the human head. This is a six week class that will meet on Thursday afternoons 1-4 pm, beginning March 26, from 6:00-9:00 pm. Register here.
Basic Painting at the Richmond Art Center
Adults with little or no painting experience will learn to paint in the medium of their choice. Learn how to shop for supplies, choose a composition, begin a painting, select a palette and decide how much detail to include. Emerge with increased confidence and a new awareness of your voice as a painter. This is a six week class that will meet Friday afternoons, beginning March 27, from 1:00-4:00 pm. Register here.