27th Annual El Corazón Exhibition
Curated by Jose Vargas
February 5-March 12, 2022
Reception: Saturday, February 12 (5-8 PM)
Featuring music by singer/songwriter and community arts activist, Kamica King.
Free and open to the public. Face masks are strongly recommended.
El Corazón showcases an eclectic collection of artwork created by North Texas artists who view and interpret the symbol of the human heart in various imaginative ways. As expected, the works of art are wide encompassing not only in style and media but also in the choice of subject matter that the artists have chosen to convey ideas about love, companionship, devotion, sorrow, passion, and many other emotions.
Jose Vargas, a Dallas artist and independent curator, has collaborated with the Bath House Cultural Center and other venues of the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture for many years. His show, El Corazón, is one of the most enduring and celebrated exhibitions of the center that has attracted national and international artists.
Participating Artists: Olga Arredondo-Brock, Lori Brennan, Mick Carr, Michael Carter, Sharin Clark, Joetta Currie, Patricia Curry, Steve Danner, Andrea M. Davis, Carlos Fresquez, Manny Garza, Erica D. Guajardo, Maria Haag, Robert Hamilton, Jose Angel Hernandez, Patrick J. Joven, Kathryn Kneip, Lynda Koshy, Sandy Kulkarni, Joanna LaGrone-Headrick, Al Bato Landoll, Braulio Lazón Conde & Rosalia Salazar Romo, Zander Lim, Eli Lorenz, Romulo Martinez, Juan de Dios Mora, Kelly Morris, James Neiswender, Janet Powell, Rocío Ramirez-Landoll, Reyes (Noin) Rivera, Serina Rodriguez, Joe Sarate, Evan Sartin, Stan Smith, Mack Spence, Dominique Spottswood, Luke Stanford, T. Stone, Jose Vargas, Emily Villarma, Tamara Villarma, Kathy Windrow, Wendy Woodring, Donna Zarbin-Byrne, and Sharon Zigrossi.
Bath House Cultural Center
521 E. Lawther Dr., Dallas, Texas 75218 • White Rock Lake