SOUTH GALLERY GUEST CURATED BY JANELLE W. ANDERSON:
RAYMUNDO MUNOZ, GABRIELLA TRUJILLO, MYAH MAZCARA

Janelle W. Anderson invites three Denver-based artists to exhibit in the Firehouse Art Center South Gallery, accompanying her solo exhibit with works that emphasize narrative and memory.

Raymundo Munoz’ linoleum prints execute a visual expression of the passage of time: repeating a stamped block pressed in one inking. Resembling a sound that fades with distance, presenting an image which contains its own mortality. Exhibited alongside Munoz’ printed zine work.

Munoz is co-curator of Alto Gallery in Denver.

Raymundo Munoz: Wild Gorilla
linocut ghost prints on French paper
12×18”

Gabriella Trujillo is a professional illustrator whose recent paintings explore an expressive sense of place and personality.

 

Gabriella Trujillo:
Philadelphia Ghosts
Mixed media on canvas
30×40”

Myah Mazcara uses muted tones and supernatural imagery to create noir scenes from a larger narrative. Each series is compromised of parts of an ongoing story with intersecting characters and overlapping themes – not a puzzle to be solved but an environment to inhabit.

Mazcara is co-owner and curator of Sally Centigrade Gallery in Denver.

Myah Mazcara: High Note
Mixed Media on wood panel
40×60”