Costa Rica News – If you are one of the few people in Costa Rica that are able to plan more than 3 days ahead, we want you to mark a date on your calendar. This exhibit presented by the Hidden Art Gallery is for those that truly want to experience the beauty and culture that is available to be seen in Costa Rica.
Selected works from the collective exhibit “Petroglyphs of the Orosi Volcano” opens at 10 a.m. Saturday, September 29th at the Hidden Garden Art Gallery. Organized by artists Carlos Hiller and Rebeca Alvarado Soto, a group of 25 leading artists have studied and researched these artifacts and were inspired to transform them into visual arts.
Recreating original interpretations, and developing new interpretations, the artists hope to perpetually document these relics, which are becoming endangered, and are not easily seen by the Costa Rican communities and tourists.
Participating artists include: Fernando Carballo, Otto Apuy, Florencia Urbina, Emanuel Rodríguez, Leda Astorga, Ana Elena Fernández, Aurelio Vidor, Carlos Hiller, Roberto Lizano, Fabio Herrera, Mario Maffioli, Claudio Vidor, José Jackson Guadamuz, Rebeca Alvarado Soto, Jonathan Torres, Shi Chang, Adela Marín, Priscila Aguirre, Angel Lara, Karen Clachar, Sussy Vargas, Juan Carlos Ruiz, Norma Varela, Gabriela García, and Ricardo Alfieri.
For more information please contact the Hidden Garden Art Gallery at 2667-0592 or 8386-6872, located 5 kms west of the Daniel Oduber International Airport, or [email protected]. G
allery hours: Tuesdays-Saturdays, from 10 am to 4 pm, or by special appointment.