Exhibition “Caminos” Herssonoe 2018


Each of my exhibitions has its own magic, but this one, in particular, has been very important for my artistic career. It is the first time that I made an exhibition in a museum 😱💖. Amazing right? 

Even though the event was organized with very short time, the result was quite good. The exhibition consisted of 11 acrylics painted over canvas, and the event had live music by Majo and Los Limones. 

 Im very thankful with Museo Miraflores for all the support. 

 If you lost the opportunity to attend the live exhibition or you live in other different country, You can see a summary of the event in the following video produced by Jose Herrarte

Thanks for reading! 👽🖖

Herssonoe


Meüs - Metamorfosis Textil #12

Meüs is an incredible brand of Guatemalan fashion design and and I’ve participated in their workshop “Metamorfosis Textil”  that is held every 2 months and on this edition, I had the opportunity to be invited to talk a little about the technique of embroidery and acrylic. 

Honestly I had never worked with embroidery, my work as everyone knows is painting, mainly acrylic. But I’ve always thought it’s good to experiment with new techniques. The result was really amazing. 

Embroidery requires a lot of patience, which helps me relax in stressful moments. If you have a very hectic lifestyle, you should try embroidering. Although it sounds funny because we all think it is a technique that grandmothers use, but no, this can help you a lot to relax and concentrate. 

 I invite you to follow Meüs, and to participate in the following workshops because all their workshops are incredible.


Amorfia Exhibition in Costa Rica


For the first time, I had the opportunity to show my art outside Guatemala. And it was in San José, Costa Rica where I showed my exhibition “Amorfia” last may.

People at the exhibition by Herssonoe

The event was held at 13’30 Barrio Escalante, a restaurant that has a pretty nice gallery.

herssonoe Amorfia Exhibition

The artistic exhibition was composed of 9 pieces worked in mixed media on paper with a size of 50x70cm.

Amorfia by Herssonoe

One of the things that I liked most about the country was the acceptance that my art had among Costa Ricans. 

 Even during my stay in the country, some media made me notes and interviews to help me spread my work. For example, Traffic and The Tico Times. So, I feel satisfied to have had the opportunity to present my work outside of Guatemala. 

I want to thank 13’30 for the support and Loriana Fernández for these incredible photographs. Thanks for reading!

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