Gisela Alvarado has been extensively involved with the Latino Photography Project and has exhibited at Gallery Route One, Toby’s Feed Barn Gallery, the Bolinas Museum as well as the Center’s annual Photographer’s Group Show and the Spring Art Show. This is her first solo exhibit at the Center.
She states “I like photography because it reminds me of unforgettable moments, transmitting different sentiments that happen in each instant of my life. Life is full of illusions and challenges to face; every day I see myself growing. To be fully in the moment is the most beautiful experience, observing and capturing the smile of a child, the beauty of a landscape. It is like the sun illuminating our days, seeing the clouds with different shapes. Seeing helps me to sense textures and smells.”
“The best part of photography is the connection between time and space. That’s why I think that with both the art of photography and magic, there is only the now. It’s the expression of stories lived and living.”
If you are interested in purchasing Gisela Alvarado’s art contact Larry Rippee at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 414-488-8888.