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Presa House Gallery will present "All Fur," curated by Jenelle Esparza and featuring work by Texas-based artists Calder Kamin, Ernesto Ibanez, and Angelica Raquel.

There's a magical mysticism and an impartial crudeness in our human relationship to the animal world. This connection is apparent throughout history in narratives of ancient deities, folklore, and cultural beliefs worldwide.

In "All Fur," Calder Kamin, Ernesto Ibanez, and Angelica Raquel show their deep appreciation and shared wonder for the animal world. Each artist pulls from various perspectives on their relationship with animals and presents their individually unique crafting styles.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through September 25.

Presa House Gallery will present "All Fur," curated by Jenelle Esparza and featuring work by Texas-based artists Calder Kamin, Ernesto Ibanez, and Angelica Raquel.

There's a magical mysticism and an impartial crudeness in our human relationship to the animal world. This connection is apparent throughout history in narratives of ancient deities, folklore, and cultural beliefs worldwide.

In "All Fur," Calder Kamin, Ernesto Ibanez, and Angelica Raquel show their deep appreciation and shared wonder for the animal world. Each artist pulls from various perspectives on their relationship with animals and presents their individually unique crafting styles.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through September 25.

Presa House Gallery will present "All Fur," curated by Jenelle Esparza and featuring work by Texas-based artists Calder Kamin, Ernesto Ibanez, and Angelica Raquel.

There's a magical mysticism and an impartial crudeness in our human relationship to the animal world. This connection is apparent throughout history in narratives of ancient deities, folklore, and cultural beliefs worldwide.

In "All Fur," Calder Kamin, Ernesto Ibanez, and Angelica Raquel show their deep appreciation and shared wonder for the animal world. Each artist pulls from various perspectives on their relationship with animals and presents their individually unique crafting styles.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through September 25.

WHEN

WHERE

Presa House Gallery
725 S. Presa St.
San Antonio, TX 78210
http://presahouse.com/portfolio/september-2021/

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Admission is free.
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