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  • Writer's pictureElvira m. Dayel


Updated: Oct 9, 2020

In the time of covid19 & socio-political recognition of societal shortcomings & unequal treatment of all human beings, we seem to struggle for air - literally and figuratively. We are in a wrinkle of the crankle of the moment in time, we are changing and everything around us shifts and moves. My work is always a reaction to the surrounding issues; it is my personal barometer on how I feel about things which take place in and around us. My work is never an answer to numerous questions, but as any modern / contemporary art, it is an invitation for the viewer to "come in" and participate in braining passageways.

San Mateo Arts Commission offered my work an opportunity to be exhibited at the public space of the San Mateo Superior Court in Redwood City - Caldwell Gallery.

what:  i n   t h e   w r i n k l e   o f   t h e   c r a n k l e

where:  Caldwell  Gallery.  400 County Center, Redwood City, 94063

when:  exhibit is on view Friday, 20`07`03 through Thursday, 20`10`29  ...  [gallery hours: M-F 9a-4:30p]

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