Marta Sanchez is in a panel discussion about women in art on March 18th from 6-7:30 pm.
EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 Grab a front row seat and join guest host, Dr. Juliana Mosley, as she leads … See Full Post
In a world that is constantly moving take a pause to see this art.
Marta Sánchez is a native of San Antonio, Texas. Her works draw from the traditions of retablo, or devotional images, … See Full Post
“They call this the Badlands, but this is where my memories live.” – David Acosta Strolling by Gurney Street, Kensington … See Full Post
The theme, as presented by the Printed Image Gallery, was to organize an invited exhibition of women artists-printmakers who would be new to the institution and reflect, the range of talent and diverse processes.
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.
Please join Borrelli’s Chestnut Hill Gallery for an opening with work presented by the American Color Print Society and a group exhibition celebrating the work of renowned contemporary artists Sharon Cosgrove, Marta Sanchez, and Stephen Tippett.
Writer and entertainer Cheech Marin has amassed an art collection numbering over 700 works of Chicano art, making it the largest Chicano art collection in the United States.
We are all of us immigrants, crossing borders and calling the new place home. We move through time. We have … See Full Post