Fragment of the painting, Transport.
Columbus State Community College Library
We celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month to recognize the achievements and contributions of Hispanic American communities.
I was born in the Dominican Republic, the cradle of Hispanic discovery.
As European visions collided with existing indigenous cultures, each civilization discovered their unique strengths and values. This intense expression of goals and survival forged the New World.
This Art exhibition entitled Discovery focuses on emotions, imagination and mystery. Influenced by the art movement of Romanticism (abstraction, pure line, disembodied color and fluid atmosphere landscapes – Robert Rosenblum), I entered into this discovery of expression.
These landscapes of loose brushstrokes showcase the power of nature and the energy of movement. With each stroke loaded with pigment, I tested the relationship and the wonder of colors.
Discover the moments, seen in Finale, where a world emerges from darkness and retreats into darkness.
Discover the nostalgic emotion in the landscape, Window View.
Discover the human experiences of judgment,
Discover a landscape ablaze.
Discover wonder and nature’s drama.
Discover yourselves and each other.
Cecilia Román, Artist
Who's scheduled to exhibit art in the library 2018:
January - Hillary Jones - Dreamscapes
February - Vivian Pitman - One Person's Trash is Another Person's Treasure
March - Lynne Prillerman - Looking Through the Lens of Lynne
April - May - Paul Rehg - Academic Nuts Cartoons
June & July - Mark Fohl - Photographs from Columbus and Dresden Photographers
August - Wilfredo Calvo Bono
September- William C. Hemming - Acrylic Paintings
October - Cecilia Román - Discovery
November - Nelson Reinhardt
December - OPEN
Formally trained in the field of audio visual communications, her artistic vision has evolved over 20 years to include paintings focusing on abstraction. Her impressions are recognizable, but not literal. Her style incorporates the valuable mentoring of community artists. “These are pieces serve as a catalyst to explore the arts and to use its methods to communicate, create and react to our surroundings.
3006 E. Main St.
Columbus, OH 43209
To view earlier exhibits by Cecilia Román at Columbus State's library, see our Gallery Exhibit Archives guide.
For more information, contact Shona Nicol
phone: (614) 287-2461
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