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"Origins and Intersections" Opening Reception

Carra Garza and Kari Englehardt, "Origins and Intersections," mixed media: "In this series nature is presented as not only as a found object but also as a means to explore ideas of the human condition: life, death, love, cruelty, isolation and resilience." - Carra Garza; "This body of work focuses on the intersection between specific plants that freely grow on either side of the Texas-Mexico border. They form a biological community irrespective of political borders and nation states.When considered thru a longer time horizon, they are, like us, temporary residents" - Kari Englehardt

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  • REM Gallery

    219 East Park Avenue, San Antonio Tobin Hill

    (210) 224-1227

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