Costa Rica Entertainment News – For the first time in the eleven editions of the exposition, Costacaurela the organization joined with Japan to provide the audience with a unique international experience. The National Gallery is organized by the Costa Rican Association of Watercolor (ACA,) and for this year’s edition they gathered pieces form thirty associates of ACA and thirteen members from Kyushu, Japan. The exposition brings exposure to the Costa Rican and Japanese cultures through the art of watercolor.
All the pieces exhibited were precisely chosen to expose only the best quality of artwork from the associates. ACA members were asked to submit three different pieces and only one was selected from each contributing artist.
Through their annual expositions, ACA brings a new fresh exposure of art to the Costa Rican community and those who practice the watercolor method. Part of their mission is to teach Costa Rican artist of new watercolor techniques to make local artist innovators.
There is a lot that can be expected from this gallery. From portraits and landscapes to abstract work. There is something for everyone who appreciates the world of art and watercolor to enjoy. Pieces from the well-known artist Ana Cristina Oreamuno and the talented Juan Carlos Camacho will be present. Other artists include: Dunia Molina, Livia Isabel Gutierrez, Ana Elena Fernandez, Flora Zeledon, Luz Maria Durban and many more. The exposition will is not limited to watercolor, however, it is the main attraction.
Every artist brings different elements to make the exhibition indulging for everyone.
The exposition of water and color or Costacaurela is open to the public until the 30th of October at the National Gallery, Museum of Kids in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Monday through Friday from 8:30AM to 4:30PM; Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 to 5:00PM.
The best thing about this exhibition is that there is no cover charge. For more information about the event call: 2258 4929.
By Brenda Sotelo