Maria Winston and Rodolfo Zárate Guzmán exhibiting at Artpost Gallery
South Bend – Artpost Gallery, 216 W. Madison St., South Bend, will be exhibiting the work of local artists Maria Winston and Rodolfo Zárate Guzmán from July 1 through August 29, with an opening reception during First Friday on July 2nd, 5-9pm.
Maria Winston will be exhibiting a new series of paper-maché and ceramic wall reliefs concerning her experience dealing with cancer. Partly autobiographical, and partly inspired by other’s stories, these pieces reflect the profound feelings that one goes through when facing and recovering from this devastating disease.
Maria is a largely self-taught artist who, for over twenty years, has experimented with painted paper-maché and plaster to create large, highly expressive figurative 3-D reliefs. She was raised in Brownsville, Texas, and draws from Hispanic art and traditions, particularly ancient wall reliefs, for artistic inspiration. Her pieces have been exhibited in South Bend at Stanley Clark School’s Art for the Mind show, as well as the Colfax Cultural Center.
Rodolfo Zárate Guzmán will be showing a selection of paintings created in the surrealist tradition. His work often contains an ironic or humorous observation about our society, inspired from his personal experiences with life.
Rodolfo was born in 1945 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico and has exhibited in the Michiana area for over 30 years. He apprenticed for Guillermo Chavez Vega on public murals in Guadalajara Mexico, and continued his studies at Indiana University/South Bend in the U.S. His work can be found at the Scarlett Macaw Gallery in Sawyer, Michigan.
Artpost hours are Thursday-Saturday noon - 8 pm, and Sunday noon - 4 pm.
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