Celebrate the natural beauty of the northern Chihuahuan Desert alongside the International Museum of Art and the Frontera Land Alliance in “Special Places and Wide-Open Spaces!” On view September 3-22. Join us for the recognition ceremony and family day on Sunday, September 17 from 1-4 pm. All are welcome to join the celebration.
The International Museum of Art is excited to partner with the Frontera Land Alliance to bring you “Special Places and Wide-Open Spaces” to celebrate the natural beauty of the northern Chihuahuan Desert! Local artists of all ages and backgrounds submitted work that captures the unique landscapes, flora and fauna of the lands the Frontera Land Alliance preserves.
The Frontera Land Alliance protects – forever- natural open spaces, farms and ranches, watersheds, and wildlife of the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Click here to learn more about their work.
“Special Places & Wide Open Space” Proudly features
Sarah Ashton-Boyd, Sydney Candelaria, Jasmin Campoya, Marina G. Cano, Jodie Carcerano, Darlene Castro, Caroline Chavez, Vanessa Clark, Elvira Contreras, Scott Cutler, Citlali Delgado, Robert Dozal, Paul Dumond Jr. ,Brenda Flores, Patrick Gabaldon, Rebecca Granados, Cristina Grijalva-Garcia, Tom Harding, La Mueka Hernandez, Tim Holt, Cynthia de Lorenzi, Kirsten Jedamczik, Stephanie Juarez, Esteban Macedo, Daniel Maes, Sahyly Martinez, Anna Del Bon Masucci, Sandra Marshall, Diana Molina, Eduardo Moreno, Carmen Navar, Joanna Overton, Lydia Pagel, CUAUHTÉMOC PIÑA, Israel Rodriguez, Rocio Ronquillo, Jazmin Saenz, Jorge Salgado, Braulio Sanchez, Beth Senger, Michele Stone, Pámela Vigo Sánchez, Jan H. Wolfe, Luz Wolf & R. Craig Williams,
Works Courtesy of The Hal Marcus Gallery & Jean-Claude Linossi winner of the Caster Range Award from The El Paso Art Association