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Presa House will present a new solo exhibition by San Antonio artist Ashley Perez, "Prey for Us." A 360° virtual tour of the exhibition and individual works can be viewed online at PresaHouse.com.

In her latest exhibition, Perez focuses on the theme of forgiveness and reflects on distrust and its impact on interpersonal relationships. This series utilizes heavily symbolic imagery, including decoy ducks, snakes, and purple heart plants, which she associates with the concept of trust. The representational elements of hunting and decoy accessories reference traditional hunting still-life and religious paintings. It also expands on coping mechanisms and healing through conversations with women of all ages to spark a dialogue on what it takes to forgive.

Perez is a San Antonio-based multidisciplinary artist and a recipient of the 2020 San Antonio Artist Grant, presented in partnership with the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture (NALAC) and the City of San Antonio’s Department of Arts and Culture. Perez works in a variety of mediums that center around painting and drawing. Her work explores memory, identity, and mental health by personifying elements of the natural world and wordplay.

The exhibition will remain on view by appointment through November 28.

Presa House will present a new solo exhibition by San Antonio artist Ashley Perez, "Prey for Us." A 360° virtual tour of the exhibition and individual works can be viewed online at PresaHouse.com.

In her latest exhibition, Perez focuses on the theme of forgiveness and reflects on distrust and its impact on interpersonal relationships. This series utilizes heavily symbolic imagery, including decoy ducks, snakes, and purple heart plants, which she associates with the concept of trust. The representational elements of hunting and decoy accessories reference traditional hunting still-life and religious paintings. It also expands on coping mechanisms and healing through conversations with women of all ages to spark a dialogue on what it takes to forgive.

Perez is a San Antonio-based multidisciplinary artist and a recipient of the 2020 San Antonio Artist Grant, presented in partnership with the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture (NALAC) and the City of San Antonio’s Department of Arts and Culture. Perez works in a variety of mediums that center around painting and drawing. Her work explores memory, identity, and mental health by personifying elements of the natural world and wordplay.

The exhibition will remain on view by appointment through November 28.

Presa House will present a new solo exhibition by San Antonio artist Ashley Perez, "Prey for Us." A 360° virtual tour of the exhibition and individual works can be viewed online at PresaHouse.com.

In her latest exhibition, Perez focuses on the theme of forgiveness and reflects on distrust and its impact on interpersonal relationships. This series utilizes heavily symbolic imagery, including decoy ducks, snakes, and purple heart plants, which she associates with the concept of trust. The representational elements of hunting and decoy accessories reference traditional hunting still-life and religious paintings. It also expands on coping mechanisms and healing through conversations with women of all ages to spark a dialogue on what it takes to forgive.

Perez is a San Antonio-based multidisciplinary artist and a recipient of the 2020 San Antonio Artist Grant, presented in partnership with the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture (NALAC) and the City of San Antonio’s Department of Arts and Culture. Perez works in a variety of mediums that center around painting and drawing. Her work explores memory, identity, and mental health by personifying elements of the natural world and wordplay.

The exhibition will remain on view by appointment through November 28.

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WHERE

Presa House Gallery
725 S. Presa St.
San Antonio, TX 78210
http://www.presahouse.com/portfolio/november-2020

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