A Call for All Baja Artists!


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It’s Blue, No It’s Green, No It’s Yellow, No It’s RED!
We’ll all be seeing red when Visions Gallery at Cafelix Coffee & Kitchen in Todos Santos opens an exciting show called “Seeing Red” on Thursday, March 8, 2012.  All artists, amateur or professional, throughout Southern Baja are invited to enter their work in this non-juried, community show.   Here’s an opportunity for any artist, any medium to show their work in an active, on-going gallery in the heart of one of Baja’s premiere art destinations.  The only real limitation is that the art focus on the color red.
Local resident artists as well as visitors and seasonal residents are all invited to participate in this truly community oriented event.  You do not have to have Mexican Working Papers to show your work as “NFS” pieces will be accepted as well.  It’s really easy to enter.
Simply bring a maximum of two pieces of your art, ready to exhibit, to the gallery on Calle Juarez, along with a 50 peso hanging fee, on Monday, March 5, 2012 between 11AM and 2PM.  The gallery does reserve the right to decline to exhibit pieces not properly prepared for exhibition or which could be deemed offensive for public display.
On Thursday, March 8 the show will open to the public at 6PM preceded by a presentation at 5PM by internationally known muralist Frank Pedley, this season’s final speaker in the popular “Meet the Artist” series at the gallery.  There is no admission charge for either the presentation or the show.  Refreshments will be served compliments of Cafelix Coffee & Kitchen.
All events at Visions Gallery and Cafelix are sponsored by Cafelix Coffee & Kitchen and coordinated by volunteers from the art community.
For more information about this and other events such as the “Meet the Artist Series”, monthly artist coffee meets and the Third Annual Artists Open Studio Tour check www.artistsoftodossantos.com or contact Mike McAllister at heronsnestbaja@earthlink.net.
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