Asian American Resource Center presents Fall into Art
The Asian American Resource Center Community Art Exhibit Program will present two solo and two group exhibitions that reflect on community, cultural heritage, and nature in various mediums including oil paintings, ceramics, and found objects.
"Colours of Life: An Indian Perspective" by Shruti Mehta: Visit scenes of traditional life and nature in India by artist, psychologist, yoga teacher, and author Shruti Mehta. Using oils, watercolor, and mixed media, the artist captures visions of life’s simple pleasures while growing up in a multi-generational household.
"Pink Lotus" by Marcella Kourkova: Explore the emerging artistic vision of painter Marcela Kourkova in a body of work that interprets feelings and memories of her 2017 visit to Japan. The artist unpacks her recollections of people, scenery, art, and ideas that she learned about as a traveler.
"Everything that Matters" by Monica Mohnot, Neelu Amar, Shikha Joshi, Meena Matocha, Meena Matai: As a variety of colors and forms unite to generate beautiful artworks, so do five South Asian American women, to form an artistic community that supports one another. Each artist’s unique approach embodies personal participation in the rich, intergenerational culture of the South Asian Diaspora.
"Abstractions of AVAFest & Barong Hazmat Suits" by Lynn Berry, Elise Maynor, Cat Chiu Phillips, Amanda Saint Claire, Douglas Shaw Elder, Nick Watson (Austin Veteran Arts Fest): Abstract works of art by Veteran artists in the south hall gallery as well as an installation piece by family member Cat Chiu Phillips in the foyer display case. This exhibition is presented by Austin Veteran Arts Festival (AVA Fest), which emphasizes alternative healing methods for veterans through art. Learn more about AVA Fest at avafest.org.
The AARC’s Community Art Exhibit Program displays artwork that celebrate the diverse and dynamic cultural heritage, history, identity and creativity of Asian American Pacific Islanders.
Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through December 14.