L.A. Artists in Latino Exhibition at the Fallbrook Library
The Friends of the Fallbrook Library are especially pleased to host a new art exhibition titled “Sanctuary”. The exhibition artists address the issue of finding a safe place, a sanctuary, in these times when violence and fear threaten people in many parts of the world and immigration is a controversial political topic. An unusually talented group of artists from Los Angeles and environs are featured in the show.
The organizers for “Sanctuary”, which was shown In Pasadena and Pomona, are Jimmy O’Balles, Mario A. Hernandez and Maria Swett. Daniel Marquez curated the Fallbrook Library exhibition. Some of the featured artists are: Jose Antonio Aguirre, Eric Almanza, Joe Bravo, Tito Delgado, Ricardo Duffy, Margaret Garcia, Wayne Healy, Mario Hernandez, Sergio Hernandez, Peter Hess, Jose Lozano, Pola Lopez, Poli Marichal, Rick Ortega, Mario Trillo, Arturo Urista and Magu.
“Sanctuary” and an accompanying sculpture exhibition by Tijuana artist, Gilberto Valdez will be on display until November 2. There will be a reception on Friday, October 19 from 6-9pm, providing an opportunity to meet the artists. Musica Sin Fronteras will perform Latin American Music and appetizer bites will be provided. This event is free and open to the public.