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‘Silencios que hablan’ [silence that speaks] through fine arts is a collective exhibition that can be seen in the Casa Haas gallery.

The valuable sample of paintings, sculptures and engravings made from traces and drawings on paper, cloth and moldable materials reveal the sensitivity, worldview of the authors and mastery of various techniques learned by adolescents and adults in the workshop of the school of Fine Arts of the Municipal Center of the Arts.

The best pieces created during the current school year -according to the criteria of their authors- will remain on display to the public in the Casa Haas gallery from June 22nd to July 14th, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.

‘Silencios que hablan’ was inaugurated on Thursday afternoon in the presence of the new fine artists accompanied by family and friends. Maestra Monica Rice welcomed all.

During the opening, the Academic Director of the CMA, Liliana Aréchiga, expressed that the exhibition is made up of 44 paintings and drawings, 7 engravings and 15 sculptures, works inspired by various themes, where each student expresses their vision of nature, the body or characters. related.

“We invite you to carefully observe each piece, the shapes, strokes and colors that make it up and try to perceive what each author tries to express,” she said.

The works of ‘Silences that speak’ are materialized from techniques such as oil on canvas, xylography, linocut, wood engraving, pencil, graphite, modeling, mouth painting, watercolor, charcoal among others.

It is a collection made during the current school year, with the accompaniment and guidance of maestros Juan Carlos Valdivia Sarabia, Miguel Flores García, Luis Ángel Leyva Sánchez, Cecilia García Morales, Cecilia Sánchez Duarte and Naibí Domínguez.

Éste artículo fue publicado en Artistic Education Press, Press, School of plastic arts press, Spring Season Press. .

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