Francisco Loza Art Exhibition
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, join us for an artist exhibition featuring Mexican artist, Francisco Loza. Francisco creates Arte de Estambre or pressed yarn art. The Arte de Estambre technique is associated with the Huichol people, an indigenous group that lives in the central mountainous region of Mexico. Loza learned the technique from Huichol artisans and continues to collaborate with Huichol artisan-shamans in Mexico and the United States.
In his pressed yarn works, Loza draws on both traditional and contemporary influences. Many of his pieces depict Latin American and Mexican cultural traditions and community scenes, while others draw on more abstract and experimental influences and imagery.
September 16 – October 15, 2021
Wise & Well Center for Healthy Living
Second Floor Gallery
700 W 40TH Street, Baltimore MD 21211
Socially Distanced – Opening Reception
Sept 16, 2021 / 5 PM to 7 PM
Appointment showings can accommodate up to six people at a time, and folks may stay for up to 15 minutes. There will be eight showings over the course of our 2-hour Reception. All individuals who attend our Reception must be screened upon entrance to the Wise & Well Center, and must wear a mask for the duration of their time on our campus.
Look forward to seeing you!