Andean Museum invites you over to the exhibition “Familia de artistas en el Valle del Maipo”
26-01-18
Paintings, sculptures, photographs and several techniques is what this family’s art piece has to offer to its spectators.

Until April Andean Museum will be showing this family treasure, in which, through different perspectives, colors and textures, which will make you travel to each corner of the Maipo Valley as you have never seen it before.

In this opportunity the Gazitúa family, composed by Carmen Gazitúa, Teresa Gazitúa, Francisco Gazitúa, Enrique Rodríguez and Ángela Leible, through the exhibition “Familia de artistas en el Valle del Maipo” they invite you to recognize a very interesting mixture of talents. The paintings and sculptures exposed in the gallery, are mainly inspired by everyday scenes that they experienced by growing up in the middle of such a unique nature.

On one side, Teresa, the oldest sibling of the family members, is presenting art pieces that were created to understand the message that nature recorded in the landscape and to show how everything witness its magnitude, mainly focused in the Andes Mountain, the height of it summits and its extension. While, Francisco is showing of sculptures inspired in José Vasconcelos and Gabriela Mistral dreams, recreating ceremonial and everyday use objects that our ancestors created through its history.

Carmen is presenting everyday scenes in striking tonalities, from which the one that stands out the most is the painting from the procession of the Virgen del Carmen. She is also showing through her diverse pieces how everything on earth is made of colors.

For its part, Enrique Rodríguez, Carmen’s son, makes his pieces from wood, and Ángela Leible, Francisco’s wife, is showing his horses paintings.

You cannot miss this exhibition! Visit Andean Museum from Tuesday to Sunday from 103:30 to 5:30. Free entry.

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Andean Museum invites you over to the exhibition “Familia de artistas en el Valle del Maipo”
26-01-18
Paintings, sculptures, photographs and several techniques is what this family’s art piece has to offer to its spectators.

Until April Andean Museum will be showing this family treasure, in which, through different perspectives, colors and textures, which will make you travel to each corner of the Maipo Valley as you have never seen it before.

In this opportunity the Gazitúa family, composed by Carmen Gazitúa, Teresa Gazitúa, Francisco Gazitúa, Enrique Rodríguez and Ángela Leible, through the exhibition “Familia de artistas en el Valle del Maipo” they invite you to recognize a very interesting mixture of talents. The paintings and sculptures exposed in the gallery, are mainly inspired by everyday scenes that they experienced by growing up in the middle of such a unique nature.

On one side, Teresa, the oldest sibling of the family members, is presenting art pieces that were created to understand the message that nature recorded in the landscape and to show how everything witness its magnitude, mainly focused in the Andes Mountain, the height of it summits and its extension. While, Francisco is showing of sculptures inspired in José Vasconcelos and Gabriela Mistral dreams, recreating ceremonial and everyday use objects that our ancestors created through its history.

Carmen is presenting everyday scenes in striking tonalities, from which the one that stands out the most is the painting from the procession of the Virgen del Carmen. She is also showing through her diverse pieces how everything on earth is made of colors.

For its part, Enrique Rodríguez, Carmen’s son, makes his pieces from wood, and Ángela Leible, Francisco’s wife, is showing his horses paintings.

You cannot miss this exhibition! Visit Andean Museum from Tuesday to Sunday from 103:30 to 5:30. Free entry.