Centro Cultural Aztlan is pleased to present Stitches; a two-person exhibit showcasing the melting pot of culturas that make up Chicano Arte, featuring Raul Servin and Victor Tello.
Stitches brings together two incredibly talented artists who have been showing in galleries in San Antonio for over four decades. This unique exhibition showcases the melting pot that has created Chicano Art. The title for the exhibit “Stitches” was chosen to honor Victor’s mother, who began quilting as a young girl, and as an adult donated her quilts to her church to help her community. Victor incorporates his mother’s quilting in his signature style of quilting the Chicano cultura in paintings portraying Chicano life. For Raul, “Stitches” signifies the melting pot of cultures here in the United States: “We Americans stitch music, art, food, drinks, traditions, and cultures into one national fabric.”
Join us at the free opening reception on Thursday, September 12, 2019 6:00-9:00pm for light refreshments and music by Juan & Armando Tejeda
The exhibit is free and open to the public and will be on view Friday September 13 – Friday October 18, 2019 Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm.