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Celebrating The Hispanic Culture Through The Arts

You are cordially invited to a nice Friday evening event at the Franklin County Art Council in honor of the Hispanic Art with music and paintings.

Date: May 5, 2017.
Time: 4:00pm.
Location: Up Front Gallery, Franklin County Art Council.
22 S. Main Street, Franklinton NC 27525.

Hispanic Music:
Teresa Fernandez, “Songs of the Soul”. Is a singer born in Havana, Cuba.
Ramon Brito, will play Hispanic harp, professional musician born in Venezuela.

5 Hispanic Artist of North Carolina Exhibiting:

Cornelio CamposCornelio Campos: Mexican artist born in 1971 in Cheran Michoacan-Mexico. Specializing in paintings that illustrate the complex realities of migrant life that are often concealed or misconstrued to the public. Creating a modern folkloric art style and exploring culture through vibrant colors and deep symbolism.

Displaying HarvestNora Hernandez: 
Born in Honduras. She studied Business Administration in Honduras. Founder of The Center for Personal Development (SSP), an institution dedicated to providing personal development. Her art expresses the beauty of the Latino Culture.

The Market GirlClina Polloni: Born and raised in Chile. Clina lives and paint in her studio in Franklinton, NC. She enjoys impressionism as well as realism and was able to develop her own unique style. Equally at ease portraying the people in their environment and activities, a dialogue with natures light and colors. Teaching is something that fascinate Clina, to be able to transfer all this knowledge of art in her painting classes.

A Painting of LifeGabriela Zabala: Born in Ecuador. She likes to contemplate the clouds, cook Ecuadorian food, paint and write poems. Work to improve the health of the Latino population in North Carolina. Her paintings as much as her poems are meaningful and an expression of whom she is in relation to a higher self and the real world.

Las EcuatorianasAaron Vick: Aaron Vick was born and raised in Raleigh, NC. Art is my passion since I was a child. My inspiration in painting Latin America culture started with my beautiful wife of forty-two years, Julia Polloni Vick, and my two fine sons.  Julia was born in Chile, together we have traveled extensively throughout Latin America, especially Chile, painting and enjoying the family.