Borderland Contemporary Artists' Exhibition

Borderland Contemporary Artists' Exhibition

Get ready for an artistic journey like no other! The Las Cruces Museum of Art proudly presents the "Borderland Contemporary Artists" exhibition, featuring a dazzling array of contemporary artworks that will ignite your imagination. And here's the exciting part – Tamara Liz, a spiritual artist, will be showcasing her two awe-inspiring abstract pieces, "Shinto" and "Susano'o," inviting you to delve into the intriguing world of the Shinto religion.

📅 Save the Date:
- Exhibition Dates: October 6th to December 16th
- Opening Reception: October 6th, 5-7pm

"Shinto" and "Susano'o" are more than just artworks; they are gateways to a spiritual experience. Tamara Liz's creations will transport you into the heart of the Shinto faith, where the relationship between humanity and the divine is beautifully depicted through vibrant colors and intricate details. "Shinto" celebrates the harmony between humans and the Divine, while "Susano'o" explores the majestic power of the God of storms.

But that's not all! On October 14th at 2pm, Tamara Liz will lead a captivating Spiritual Arts Workshop at the Las Cruces Museum of Art. This is your chance to learn, create, and connect on a deeper level with the spiritual themes that inspire her work. To participate, simply sign up at the Las Cruces Art Museum and prepare to embark on a transformative artistic journey.

"Borderland Contemporary Artists" is not just an exhibition; it's an opportunity to explore the convergence of art, culture, and spirituality. Join us as we celebrate the beauty and diversity of contemporary art while delving into the mysteries of the Shinto religion.

📍 Exhibition Location: Las Cruces Museum of Art
🎟️ Admission: Free

Don't miss out on this chance to be part of something truly special. Mark your calendar for October 6th, and immerse yourself in the world of "Borderland Contemporary Artists." We can't wait to see you there!
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