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The Right to Art opens June 21

Artes de la Rosa Announces

The Right to Art

A Galería de la Rosa Exhibit

by Natalia Margarita Dominguez & Ramiro Rosas Jr.


Artes de la Rosa’s Gallery, Galería de la Rosa, is pleased to present The Right to Art, the artwork of Natalia Margarita Dominguez & Ramiro Rosas. In the title “The Right to Art”, the word “Art” is used as a verb to emphasize the importance of making time to create art, allowing one the time and space to make art for development and acknowledging that for the artist within each of us, “arting” is the balance and harmony to a happy life. The public is invited to an opening event for the artist on Friday, June 21st from 6 to 9 pm. Find out more about this free event by calling the Rose Marine Theater at 817-624-8333. Artes de la Rosa’s Art Gallery is located at 1442 North Main Street, Fort Worth Texas 76164.


Natalia Margarita is an art teacher in Fort Worth to more than seven hundred students. The host of the National book club Las Comadres in Fort Worth, Gallery Committee Member at Galeria de la Rosa, a member of the Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas Fort Worth Branch, Art Juror for Vase and an Art teacher for College 4 Kids at Tarrant County College Northwest and Northeast campuses. Natalia Margarita’s involvement with the Fort Worth art community includes working at The Gift Shop at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth for four years. She has also been employed at several positions for Artes de la Rosa, managing company of the Rose Marine Theater. She has held the positions of visual arts instructor and dance teacher for Artes Academy, the free after-school liberal arts education program for underserved and at-risk youth. She also served as Coordinator and Curator for Artes Alley, the outdoor art market festival featuring fine artists from the DFW metroplex. Natalia considers herself an art advocate for people of all ages that show interest in the art world.


A west Texas native (Stamford,TX) with roots that thrive down to the depths of the Chiapas highlands. Ramiro moved to Fort Worth in the early 80’s but it wasn’t until the mid 90’s when he found his love for the writings and pieces on freight trains and walls throughout the city that his artistic interest and career started to grow. As a youth Graffiti was the outlet for expression and the path that many took to avoid the rapidly growing gang and drug scene. To some the word GRAFFITI alone brings bad vibes and is a frowned upon art form but in reality it is the most free and culturally diverse art form practiced today. When a piece is painted on a wall in the city or a message is scrawled across a moving freight train, it is priceless and available for the public to observe without the confinement of gallery walls or censorship. Ramiro believes that art in public places has the the power to strengthen communities and bring forward the much needed social and political change we need in the world. That is where he finds himself today as a father ,writer,artist,organizer and hemp advocate. From found wood turned into a canvas to large scale pieces he tries to open the viewers mind to something more than just a pretty picture.WWW.REZISTE.COM

Bright Brilliant and Happy
 by Natalia Margarita Dominguez
by Ramiro Rosas Jr



Since 2005, Galería de la Rosa has presented new works by established and emerging artists. It has earned a reputation as an important venue for contemporary art, with a particular focus on Latino artists.

Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, 11 am to 6 pm. Weekend hours vary so please call. Galería de la Rosa is located at 1442 N. Main St. in Fort Worth, TX. Additional Images are available upon request. Press Contact: Adam Adolfo, Artistic Director.


Artes de la Rosa is dedicated to preserving, promoting, and interpreting the art, lives, and history of Latin culture for all.Located in the historic Rose Marine Theatre, 1440 North Main Street, Fort Worth Texas 76164


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