Queen Gallery – 4 weeks of Cuba

Bahare Khodabande, Alexeir Diaz Bravo, Jorge Delgado Guittierrez, Milene Busutil Salgado are featured for 4 weeks this month at Queen St Gallery.
Week One now in progress, see our previous notice about Bahare Khodabande.
Week Two:
July 12-July 18,2012
Opening reception:
Thursday July 12, 2011, 6:30-9:00 pm

Jorge Delgado Gutiérrez

Through his friendship with an important Cuban ethnologist, the late Antonio Nunez Jimenez, Jorge Delgado Gutierrez formed a close relationship with Prehistoric Art.  Passionate about the books he discovered, Jorge Delgado built a strong body of work sure to stun his Canadian audience.
Week Three:
July 19- July 25, 2012
Opening reception:
Thursday July 12, 2011, 6:30-9:00 pm

Milene Busutil Salgado

Milene Busutil Salgado was born in Havana in 1971 and graduated with a Fine Arts degree.  She worked as a ceramics teacher at the National School for the Blind and since 1996 has worked as an independent artist and a member of the Asociación Hermanos Saiz.
Week Four:
July 26- August 01, 2012
Opening reception:
Thursday July 12, 2011, 6:30-9:00 pm

Alexeir Diaz Bravo

Alexeir Diaz Bravo graduated from the fine arts academy Academia de Bellas Artes San Alejandro, Ciudad de La Habana, and has since been working as an independent artist and teacher.  He describes having experienced different painting trends and techniques, but that ultimately his artistic subject matter is an attempt to channel his experiences in Cuba.

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