STAMFORD.- The organization Crisol-Watercolour, Art and Culture, with the support of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Stamford and the Theatre Palace opened an artistic event to commemorate the Women's history month.
The community can enjoy the exhibition "Women's creations" and appreciate the different styles and artistic creations characteristic of each of the participating artists.
According to the organizers at the exhibition you can see unique and different styles from each other having a common denominator sensuality, femininity and delicacy of each of the works.
The ten artists participating in the "Women's creations" are: Nadia Martinez (Honduras), Okzana Tanasiv (Ukraine), Rosalba Saez (Colombia), Ana Cecilia Zapata (Colombia), Barbara Mathis (United States), Rosa Colón (Colombia) Sandra Rossini (Argentina), Ellen Gordon (USA), Clair Koch (Brazil) and Joan Bepler (United States). The artists displayed their works in different styles, using different techniques and materials such as oil, watercolors, acrylics and recycling materials.
The exhibition ends on Thursday April 9 and can be seen by appointment by calling the Theater Palace from Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.