13 Sep Flor Ameira’s The Prettiest Part of Rumination
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The Prettiest Part of Rumination is an exhibition displaying work of artist Flor Ameira. Originally from Chihuahua, Mexico, Flor Ameira received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas in San Antonio with a concentration in photography. She has shown her work in Museo Soumaya in Mexico City, Capilla del Arte in Puebla, and Box 13th in Houston, Texas. This weekend she will present us with The Prettiest Part of Rumination.
The Prettiest Part of Rumination will showcase photography, installations, and paintings. The exhibition is composed of ongoing thoughts the artist might have at a time with no apparent solution or execution. Beauty standards, obsessions, constant embrace and rejection, relationships and memory form part of Ameira’s work. This exhibition is the solution itself. Exploring the constant embrace and rejection of her relationship with her surroundings, Flor uses physical distortions and restrictions of the body that reference conflicted internal feelings, which result in an inability to recognize the woman behind the fabric. Even though her portraits may seem disturbing at first glance, Ameira’s use of color, light, and gestures suggest beauty within the constrained.
The opening reception of The Prettiest Part Of Rumination is this Friday, September 14th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. and runs until September 28, 2018 within Clamp Light Studios, 1704 Blanco Rd Suite 104 San Antonio, TX 78212. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet this wonderful and inspiring artist in first solo exhibition and lookout for her in the future, she will be performing at Southwest School of Arts as part of Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the path of the Butterfly. For more information visit Clamp Light Studios.