Please join us for an Artist’s Talk on Thursday, June 23rd from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
While in-residence at the Segura Arts Studio this summer, Ramiro Rodriguez created a new print that addresses issues of memory, family, and community. During this talk, Rodriguez will be discussing his evolving role as an artist, son, brother, husband, parent, and community member.
Ramiro’s prints speak of the struggles of being part of a greater human family. His work serves as a means to process events in his life as part of a large Mexican family in a rural community and how becoming a father has affected his worldview. Observations, hopes, fears, dreams and questions are presented in the graphic lines of this relief print.
Light refreshments will be available. Please stay after Ramiro’s talk for a tour of the studio.
To see more of Ramiro’s work: http://ramirorodriguez.com/home.html