Paintings, sculptures and photographs by three female artists will be showcased in the new exhibition opening Friday, January 28, 4 to 7 p.m., at the La Galería MC located on the north side of the plaza in San Antonio Tlayacapan.
The show, titled “3 Dimensions,” features colorful acrylic and oil paintings by Luci Williams, bronze sculptures by Silvia Murillo and photographs by gallery owner Mónica Cárdenas.
Williams got her start in artistic pursuits as a student of interior design and work in the field of landscape artistry in Guadalajara. She has since found greater fulfillment as a self-taught painter whose works have previously shown in various individual and collective exhibits.
Zacatecas native Murillo took up sculpting in 2013 under the tutelage of the late and distinguished sculptor Juan José Méndez Hernández. She specializes in modeling realistic and abstract figures employing the lost wax method.
Cárdenas is an accomplished photographer, art book editor and cultural promoter who settled down at lakeside eight years ago. With a keen eye behind the lens, she favors black and white images that convey human life and social experiences. She will be showing recent photos collected for her new “Pandemia” series.
The exhibit is set to run through March 11. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday.