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Tesoros (Opening Reception) - MBAW Art Gallery

This free opening reception includes music wine & bites as well as a statement from the artists and gallery director taking place halfway through the event. About this exhibit: Tesoros – Treasures precious things. This exhibition brings together a group of wonderful objects including small paintings functional and sculptural ceramics traditional jewelry and wearable sculpture. This array of color texture and form blurs the boundary between art and fine craft representation and abstraction and materials ranging from painting and precious metals to clay and found objects. Free - Tickets Required for Entry.

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