October 5, 2019 @ 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm
3715 Emancipation Ave. Houston

Colombian-American Artist Tatiana Escallon will unveil her most recent paintings, Taste and Contrast – Large Scale (8×12 feet aprox) each.

A work of 3 paintings, Two of them belonging to the collection Taste and Contrast; and the third one, a figurative work inspired by an inevitable moment during the Artist life.

Please Join me for my most important event as an artist, let me share with you my work and celebrate the arts with a toast!
This project is funded in part by The City of Houston, Through Houston Art Alliance.

I will talk about the experience of creating for the first time a large-scale work, the processes, and the meaning of the work as well as the challenge.
The purpose of this project is to share my work with the community, the neighborhood, the city, the world, I hope it inspires others to keep dreams alive and to make them real! It is my contribution to the arts today, and a great opportunity to grow as an artist confronting new challenges that will help me move forward.

It is a honor for me as an artist with an independent studio to be one of the few recipients of the prestigious Support for Artist and Creative Individuals grant from the City of Houston .
The exhibition will be at my studio, a gem from the 1940’s located in the historic Thirdward, Houston, TX.

TASTE & CONTRAST Exhibit on view days/hours
October 5 Saturday, Opening Reception 2:30-5:30pm talk at 3:30pm
October 9, Wednesday 6:00 -8:00pm
October 19 , Saturday 2:30-6:30pm
October 26, Saturday Closing reception 5:30 – 8:30 pm

This program is free and open to the public.