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The Fremont Gallery

Exhibition Detail

May 1st, 2011 - May 27th, 2011
May 1st, 2011 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
, Cindy SuriyaniCindy Suriyani
, Eva MalhotraEva Malhotra
, Irene CarranzaIrene Carranza
, Connie RohmanConnie Rohman
, Rosalind McGaryRosalind McGary
, Erin YoshiErin Yoshi
, Liz RedayLiz Reday
, Kristy LovichKristy Lovich, 2011
, Patchara WonprasatPatchara Wonprasat
, Calliope Babu-KhanCalliope Babu-Khan
Wash Color, Hanh NguyenHanh Nguyen, Wash Color, 2009
Bee Pile, Sonia RomeroSonia Romero, Bee Pile,
2010, Serigraph, 31.5″ x 43″
Picasso Woman Sculpture, Julie NageshJulie Nagesh, Picasso Woman Sculpture,
Glass sculpture, 14.5"x 16.5"
, Patricia KrebsPatricia Krebs
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sculpture, traditional, modern, figurative, abstract, conceptual, digital, assemblage photography conceptual mixed-media, glass art, ceramics, collage, illustration mixed-media photography


The Three Graces, goddesses of charm, beauty and creativity in Greek mythology, were considered the daughters of Zeus, himself father of gods and man, and his consort Eurynome, the Titan goddess of water-meadows and pasturelands.
Fremont Gallery's Fifteen Graces exhibition, inspired by The Three Graces, honors the creativity and contributions of artist representing different countries of the world on the 100th anniversary celebration of Women's International History, established by theUN Women, and led today by Chile's former president, Michelle Bachelet (2006-2010).
Fifteen Graces celebrates the creativity of daughters, mothers, wives, sisters, poets, troubadours, composers, singers, sculptors, embroiderers and painters.
Isabel Rojas-William
Art Historian-Curator
May  2011


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