MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — The public is invited to the summer City Hall rotunda exhibit Rhythm and Resonance: Expressionism in Stereo featuring works by artists Dalia Garcia and Deb Wellborn. The exhibit runs from Tuesday, June 29 through Thursday, August 26, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. A reception for the artists during the Boro Art Crawl is scheduled for August 13 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the rotunda. Admission to both the reception and the exhibit is free.
Garcia uses bold, powerful, vibrant colors as synonyms for happiness and exhilaration. She gently connects the human factor, evoking a childlike wonder and innocence. The versatility of acrylic paint affords her the flexibility to create an easy, yet energetic vibe. Dalia uses her passion for music, dance, and travel, to make her dream world comes to life. For more information about Garcia, visit daliagarciaartist.com.
Wellborn’s art reflects her deep desire to elicit strong emotion, imagination, and passion. She uses heavy body acrylics and modeling paste, creating bold textures for colorful expressions in her abstract and representational-abstract work. Expressive female emotion is her current favored subject. To learn more about Wellborn, visit artbydwellborn.com.
A virtual tour will be broadcast on the City TV YouTube channel as well as the Cultural Arts Facebook page (@CulturalArtsMurfreesboro).
For more information about the Rhythm and Resonance: Expressionism in Stereo exhibit, contact Lisa Browning, Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation program coordinator at 615-801-2467 or email@example.com.
Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department is dedicated to providing vibrant public spaces and inclusive programs delivered with visionary leadership and caring staff that engage the individual and strengthen the quality of life of our community.