Local illustrator Maria Rendon showcase at Atkinson Gallery

Local illustrator Maria Rendon showcase at Atkinson Gallery

KATIE MEYER, Channels staff

With abstract shapes and bold colors placed onto diluted backgrounds, Maria Rendon’s “Missing Rib” exhibition invites viewers to question the concept of reality and...  Read More »

February 28, 2015 • 0 comments

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