In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM), The Center is very excited to have Raysa Molina as our featured artist from September 9 through October 14. This HHM art exhibition will be especially unique for two reasons, first because it will be the first time that Raysa Molina will share her artwork to the public, which so far has only been a hobby for her. The second reason is the techniques she uses to create her art, which is a mix of hand drawings and the use of computer technology.
“A Wild Girl Journal” is a compilation of four collections, mostly abstracts, created with various techniques, including ink and markers originals, watercolor, and mix hand drawings with digital technology.
The 40 pieces in this exhibit are part of four collections that represent Raysa’s personal interpretation of the world around her, the beauty, and magnificence. It is a celebration of organic forms through a simple and strong composition, conveying with balance, rhythm, and harmony.
Raysa takes the world of graphics with a new personal and unique approach to artwork.
“A Wild Girl Journal” art exhibit is going to be displayed at The Center from September 9 to October 15, 2012. Come meet Raysa and see her works at the opening reception on Saturday, September 15, 2012, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This is one art exhibit you do not want to miss!