NEXT ART SHOW- Bike Oven
What does biking mean to you? That’s the theme for the Bike Oven Art Show, happening on May 27th during Memorial Day weekend! 🌇 We’re excited to showcase the creativity and personal stories of local artists who have expressed their unique experiences and perspectives on cycling culture through their art. We’re particularly thrilled to feature the works of women and POC (people of color) who are an underrepresented voice to the biking community.
🌟This exhibition will showcase artworks that highlight the transformative power of cycling - from promoting health and wellness to fostering community connections. 🌟 There will be drinks, music, and more provided! Don’t miss this exhibition that celebrates the beauty, joy, and impact of cycling.
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We will have a donation box at the entrance, but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. All proceeds from the event will go towards supporting the Bike Oven’s operations. All sales of art will go directly to the artists 🖼️
📸 by @justindathan
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About Carina Lomeli
“As an artist/journalist I like to travel the world and express in my paintings how humans, nature and ideas affect each other, giving the world a unique perspective on observations and situations that come about daily and historically, as well as social and psychological issues. The process of my paintings consists of trying to be everywhere in Califaztlan where cultural and social communities come together for one common purpose. Whenever I see a striking, thought provoking, and conceptual image before my eyes I grab a hold of my camera. The image must contain a certain idea or question with just the right mood. If there is a story I will capture it, if the quality is just right, I will paint it. My art comes from my real life and dreams in the West Coast.”