Date(s) - 12/05/2015. 01/30/2016
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Bath House Gallery
Over sixty years after her death, Mexican painter Frida Kahlo continues to garner praise and devoted loyalty from an ever-growing legion of admirers all over the world. As iconic as her artwork, the story of the artist’s life has inspired many artists of all disciplines to create works that reflect on the transcendental and influential views, ideas, and fortitude of the artist, as well as her approach to life and art-making.
The curators of this exhibition, Jacque Forsher and Jose Vargas, selected works of art in a variety of media that were created by over 50 local and regional artists who drew inspiration from the life and art of this highly celebrated and enigmatic artist.
Participating Artists: Thomas Alonso, Chandra Armstead, Robin Bachtler Cushman, Rita Barnard, Sal Barron, Ninotchka Beavers, Vicki Charlotta, Silvia R. Chavez, Steve Danner, Katrina Doran, Dan Dudley , Lori Dudley, Brett Dyer, Jacque Forsher, Johnathon C. Foster, Lorie Gamez, Genie Geer, Angel Gonzales, Linda Goodwin, Cynthia Green, Rebecca Guy, Juan J. Hernandez, Duke Horn, Sherry Houpt, Luis Hurtado, Laura Irrgang, Cindy Kelley, Joanna Lagrone-Headrick, Laurie Mahoney, Jorge Martinez, Alexa Mason, Cyndi McDonnell, Tina Medina, Chuck Miller, Deb Miller, Margo Miller, Vincent Morin Jr., Rebeca Navarro, Sharon Neel-Bagley, Kristen Penrod, Christina Ramirez, Gabriel Ramirez, Liliana Ramirez, Janet Reynolds, Ellen Rhodes Moore, Juliet Rivera-Schwabe, Alfredo Rodriguez, Ann Rowley, Dulce Ruque, Cindy Seely, Eugene Soliz, Diane Torres, Jose Vargas, and Sidney Wilson.