Cecilia Román is formally trained in the field of audio visual communications. Her artistic vision has evolved over twenty years to include oil paintings focusing upon abstractions. Her style incorporates the valuable mentoring of community artists.
"Everyone should think about how we can brush with art. This exhibition serves as a catalyst to explore the arts and to use its methods to communicate, create and react to our surroundings. The exhibition is comprised of 15 works that speak the language of expression."
Hispanic Awareness Month
September 15 to October 15
We celebrate the contributions of a culture whose families have woven their morals,
adventures and accomplished spirits of life into the Americas.
... esa América que tiembla de huracanes y que vive de amore, hombres de ojos sajones alma bárbara, vive. Y sueña. Y ama, y vibra. y es la hija del Sol.
Rubén Darío, Azul.../Cantos de vida y esperanza
I dedicate this exhibition to the U.S. citizens of Puerto Rico y a mi Familia.
Three million now live in battlefields of Mother Nature's fury.
Hurricanes Irma and Maria left a devastation to a population that is anchored by the wisdom and strength of senior citizens and minor children with hopeful, starving souls.
This territory sobs...
Listen... listen to a united voice of pride and need.
"Deserve your Dreams" Octavio Paz
Explore the perception of colors, viewpoints and visions, also provoking thoughts of expansive and sequential spaces.
Cecilia Román, Artist
January - Robin Buser - The Stitcher's Art
February - Marvin Taylor
March - Nexus: Mother and Child - Kimberly Rhyan and son, Carter
April - Rocco Di Pietro and Romulo Vazquez
May - Gallery is Getting a Facelift
June - Albert Gray
July - William C. Hemming - Oil/Acrylic
August - Jessica Moore
September - Daryl Brown - Still Learning to Paint
October - Cecilia Roman - Oil / Acrylic
November - Gene Strickland - Student Digital Photography
December - Open
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