This evening, join us for our September art opening at idiomART featuring two spectacular artists!
Artists, Philip Hall and Pedro Pablo Tocabens, will be showcasing their artwork in a joint exhibition! Both artists’ masterful use of color, form, and creative inspiration leave a lasting impression upon the viewer.
Philip Hall is an artist from the United States who currently lives in Cuenca, Ecuador. His show, “Crossing the Ts and Dotting the Eyes” is a series of abstract, digital photographs about light, reflections, color, shape, and a maybe a few other things.
* His exhibit will be in the main floor gallery.
Pedro Pablo Tocabens is a painter, originally from Cuba, who now resides in Cuenca, Ecuador. His exhibition, “Una Mirada No Dice Nada” (“A Look Says Nothing”) is a collection of oil paintings that invoke doubt and personal reflection; it is a message about the mystery of a look that is told with the use of colors, elements, form and textures.
* His works will be displayed in the 2nd floor gallery.
There will also be live mural painting with resident artist, Cristian León and music with Naza Gomez!
Join us for an incredible evening of art at idiomART!
Art Opening: Friday, Sept. 9; from 6 – 8 PM, Free entrance, Mariscal Lamar 14-25 y Estevez de Toral, Cuenca.
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