Essence: A Three Person Art Exhibition

Saturday, February 23, 1-5pm
Chapel of Jimmy Ray Gallery, la Cieneguita
free

Essence: A Three Person Art Exhibition

By Raymundo Lorenz

The Chapel of Jimmy Ray Gallery in the less crowded countryside outside of San Miguel presents another intriguing Art Event on Saturday, February 23 at 1 pm. Essence: A Three Person Art Exhibition will feature the art of Shirli Marcantel, Greg Ellis and Anado McLauchlin and this is going to be special. The underlying essence of this event is the immersion into pattern that envelopes the eye in intrigue and fanciful rhythm.

The Marcantel/Ellis collaborative is some times known as the Wabi-Sabi Collective. The Wabi-Sabi aesthetic is sometimes described as one of beauty that is "imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete" The work masterfully illuminates the beauty of natural forms. Botanical motifs in pattern and decoration are the recurring themes along with the glistening light produced by metallic gold leaf. Their collaboration has produced complex, evocative ceramic sculpture and unusual mixed media , and collage works.

Anado McLauchlin is the “in house” curator and artist at the Chapel of Jimmy Ray. His work glistens and glows and explores the underlying thread of irreverent placements and juxtapositions that map out the mysterious chaotic marriage of the sacred and the profane.
The Gallery is celebrating its Sixth Anniversary as an alternative venue for San Miguel Arts. The day promises to be a festive celebration of art, community and surprise.

Follow Me Tour will be offering transportation to the Chapel of Jimmy Ray Gallery for $15usd or $300 pesos round trip. LIMITED SPACE. Leaving from La Aurora lot 12:00noom and back from The Chapel at 5pm. Reservations only, contact us by email at : toursinfo.sma@gmail.com

Directions to the Chapel can be found at this site: chapelofjimmyraygallery.com

Be prepared for many surprises and a chance to immerse oneself in a community of celebration. Opening at the Chapel are always a great time to be had and of course...the exhibition is free. As a courtesy to others, please do not bring your dogs.

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