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Thursday
03
MAY

Monica Arche - May 3-25, 2018

17:00
17:00
Front Room Gallery - at JAS
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Please help me welcome Monica Arche to the
Front Room Gallery
May 3 - 25, 2018

Monica Arche is a multidisciplined-artist and painter based out of Federal Way, Washington. She is both a prolific and dedicated artist harnessing over 20 years of knowledge & experience into each new piece she creates. Born from Cuban parents in Puerto Rico and raised in Miami, Florida; She follows the artistic tradition of her Cuban grandfather Jorge Arche, and her great uncle Aristides Fernandez who were both part of the Vanguardia artist movement in Cuba during the 1940’s. Her work is not only influenced by her cultural roots but also a desire to excavate deeper meaning from reality & life.

https://www.monicarche.com

Front Room Gallery at Juan Alonso Studio
306 S Washington St, Studio 104
Seattle, WA 98104
1st Thursday, May 3, 5-8 pm
2nd Saturday, May 12, noon-5 pm
& by appointment: juan@juanalonsostudio.com

"I would like to begin by stating that my work evolves from intuition and my ability to express whatever vibration it is sensing at that moment. Through my paintings I reveal a deeper reality of life that for many might be left unseen. This allows the observer to view a world of energies that are constantly reflecting in our lives. Through this sensibility I approach the canvas and let my emotions follow their instincts with no preconceived idea. Using line and color, I create a manifestation of reality. My art is the vessel by which I try to awaken the unconscious level in my spirit and allow it to react to its environment. In its conclusion a playful series of line and color creates a compelling yet harmonized image that can be viewed with diverse interpretations. This allows me to express in every image or line a true existence of my being." ~ Monica Arche