Thursday, February 24, 2011

THESE HANDS featuring Harry Diaz

Through February 27
Harry Diaz at CSUF Grand Central Art Center, Sales Gallery
These Hands is a body of work that explores the ambiguities of cultural identity and the difficulty one encounters communicating in a new society. Serigraphy, which has a long tradition in Latin American art, affords me many serendipitous opportunities and allows me to evolve the imagery through the layering process. -Harry Diaz

125 N. Broadway Santa Ana, CA 92701 :: General Phone: 714.567.7233
The Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center is a 45,000 square-foot, half-city block deep and full city-block long, three-level structure and houses: live/studio spaces for visual arts graduate students, the Grand Central Gallery, the Project room, the Grand Central Theater, Watermark Press, the Gypsy Den Café, a Rental and Sales gallery, classrooms and computer lab, Community room and computer lab, and a studio and living space dedicated to the center’s international artist-in-residence program.

The Grand Central Art Gallery and Project Room feature exhibitions and projects by internationally noted artists, presenting four to six exhibitions a year in each space. The Sales Gallery offers new exhibitions each month.

Watermark Printmaking is a private business run by owner James Lorigan, a master printmaker and artist, the contracted printer for most of the Grand Central Press projects which publishes limited edition prints, folio editions and catalogues.

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