Thursday, September 19, 2013

Stella On Display

Well, actually, Stella's artwork on display. Hers is one of the works chosen to appear in a juried exhibit called "Freeing The Word In Small Spaces," hosted by the local Women in the Visual and Literary Arts (WiVLΛ). Her work, a model of simplicity, depicts a prison cell, door open, with the words "Freedom of Speech!" escaping. The exhibit, which opens tonight, is at Houston's wonderful Museum of Printing History, at 1324 West Clay, north of West Gray and south of Allen Parkway, between Montrose and Waugh Drive. The exhibit runs through December 21. (Note: Stella's name IRL isn't Stella, but you'll recognize it easily anyway.)

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