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Presa House Gallery presents the final exhibition of their 2021 schedule, featuring artists Rigoberto A. González, Gina Gwen Palacios, and Anglo Jerry Lyles Jr. The University of Texas Río Grande Valley School of Art and Design colleagues paint their visual record of the U.S. – Mexico borderlands based on observation, experience, and memory.

"South of the Checkpoint/North of the River" highlights their depictions of La Frontera, a geographical region where two cultures collide, through the lens of three artists. It explores the question, "Do different cultural backgrounds and experiences impact how we understand, view, and paint the landscape?"

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view by appointment only through December 25.

Presa House Gallery presents the final exhibition of their 2021 schedule, featuring artists Rigoberto A. González, Gina Gwen Palacios, and Anglo Jerry Lyles Jr. The University of Texas Río Grande Valley School of Art and Design colleagues paint their visual record of the U.S. – Mexico borderlands based on observation, experience, and memory.

"South of the Checkpoint/North of the River" highlights their depictions of La Frontera, a geographical region where two cultures collide, through the lens of three artists. It explores the question, "Do different cultural backgrounds and experiences impact how we understand, view, and paint the landscape?"

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view by appointment only through December 25.

Presa House Gallery presents the final exhibition of their 2021 schedule, featuring artists Rigoberto A. González, Gina Gwen Palacios, and Anglo Jerry Lyles Jr. The University of Texas Río Grande Valley School of Art and Design colleagues paint their visual record of the U.S. – Mexico borderlands based on observation, experience, and memory.

"South of the Checkpoint/North of the River" highlights their depictions of La Frontera, a geographical region where two cultures collide, through the lens of three artists. It explores the question, "Do different cultural backgrounds and experiences impact how we understand, view, and paint the landscape?"

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view by appointment only through December 25.

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Presa House Gallery
725 S. Presa St.
San Antonio, TX 78210
http://www.presahouse.com/

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