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Concourse Gallery – Here and There

August 23

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One event on September 14, 2018 at 5:00pm

Osterwalder in Concourse Gallery

On view August 23-October 25
Reception September 14, 5-7 pm

In her Upper Arlington Studio, Osterwalder uses pre-hispanic methods to prepare her own dyes with “Cochineal “ bug and colors “ Amate “ bark paper. She combines these two highly valued elements of ancient times to make contemporary art installations. Her work also includes writings, videos and talks on the history of both elements – “ Cochineal “ and “ Amate “. Her artwork has been exhibited in Columbus, Cleveland, China, and Israel and currently one of her pieces is in a travelling exhibition in Europe. Osterwalder wishes to express her gratitude to the city of Upper Arlington in this the 100th year of UA, for the opportunity to share with the public her art and its expression of the ancient traditions of the country where she was born in Mexico.


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Concourse Gallery & Arlington Hall
3600 Tremont Rd
Upper Arlington, OH 43221 United States
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