Summer- Fall 2019

Exhibitions in Pennsylvania and Texas.

Grandmother,grandson oil on copper, 18"x24"
Grandmother,grandson oil on copper, 18″x24″ 1999

Hopes and Dreams at Pauly Friedman Art Gallery

JUNE 28 AUGUST 9 JUNE 28 AUGUST 9

Marta Sánchez is a native of San Antonio, Texas. Her works draw from the traditions of retablo, or devotional images, often seen in Spanish Catholic churches of the Southwest United States. These colorful paintings celebrate her memories of people from her life. Marta is active in the revitalization of the northeast Philadelphia neighborhood where she now resides.

BLAZING CHICANO GUITARS

Commissioned by comedian and activist Cheech Marin, three guitars painted by Chicano artists Carlos Donjuan, Alex Rubio, and Joe Peña will be on display.

Kids Workshop and Movie Night, Wednesday, July 17 from 5–8 p.m. Suggested ages are 6–10.

Artist Marta Sánchez will introduce children to Mexican-American celebration traditions.

Co-sponsored by Chick-fil-A Express at Misericordia University, operated by Metz Culinary Management.

Free and open to the public. Light refreshments served. Workshop supplies limited.

For more information or to register: http://www.misericordia.edu/art (570) 674-6250 | llittle@misericordia.edu |

PAULY FRIEDMAN ART GALLERY

301 Lake Street Dallas, PA 18612-1090

Train of Thought,

From here to there1 diptych, acrylic on wood 12″x12″,2012

Train of thought- a solo show at Texas A&M University in Kingsville August 1, 2019-September.

Unfolding the life of Blanca Estela, monotype
Unfolding the life of Blanca Estela, monotype

Unfolding the life of Blanca Estela, a visual biography.

October @ Burgin Center for the Arts for Mercersburg Academy.

La Cena, serigraph 11 1/2″x14 1/2″

Voyages by Road and Sea: Philadelphia Perspectives on Walt Whitman and Herman Melville. T

The Free Library of Philadelphia

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Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Chicana painter Marta Sanchez is deeply inspired by traditional Mexican folk art expressions. Her works on paper are mostly linocuts and monotypes, which follow the social and cultural traditions of Mexican and Chicano/a Art. Her paintings are mainly on tin or industrial corrugated metal. The materials, scale, and issues connect to present day concerns.