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Centro Cultural Aztlan will present "Las Mujeres Regionales," a series of new works by local artist Frank W. Harris, III.

The work of Harris, a native San Antonian and a graduate of Jefferson High School, reveals a deep emotional influence by his maternal grandmother Doña Petra Ortega’s collection of Mexican calendar art. His fascination with Mexican folk art and textiles would become the subject matter of his paintings.

Harris began his own collection of Mexican regional attire from every Region and State that make up the country of Mexico. The exhibition is the result of his deep love of Mexican culture and decades of constant creative effort.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 20.

Centro Cultural Aztlan will present "Las Mujeres Regionales," a series of new works by local artist Frank W. Harris, III.

The work of Harris, a native San Antonian and a graduate of Jefferson High School, reveals a deep emotional influence by his maternal grandmother Doña Petra Ortega’s collection of Mexican calendar art. His fascination with Mexican folk art and textiles would become the subject matter of his paintings.

Harris began his own collection of Mexican regional attire from every Region and State that make up the country of Mexico. The exhibition is the result of his deep love of Mexican culture and decades of constant creative effort.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 20.

Centro Cultural Aztlan will present "Las Mujeres Regionales," a series of new works by local artist Frank W. Harris, III.

The work of Harris, a native San Antonian and a graduate of Jefferson High School, reveals a deep emotional influence by his maternal grandmother Doña Petra Ortega’s collection of Mexican calendar art. His fascination with Mexican folk art and textiles would become the subject matter of his paintings.

Harris began his own collection of Mexican regional attire from every Region and State that make up the country of Mexico. The exhibition is the result of his deep love of Mexican culture and decades of constant creative effort.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 20.

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WHERE

Centro Cultural Aztlan
1800 Fredericksburg Rd.
#103
San Antonio, TX 78201
https://centroaztlan.org/

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Admission is free.
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