Love 4 Immigrants: Awakening: Transforming Experiences In-Person Exhibit

In-Person Exhibit Washington, D.C. (March 15th, 2023) – Love for Immigrants is pleased to announce an art exhibition titled: Awakening: Transforming ExperiencesOpening Date: April 1st, 2023 Opening Time: 3pm – 5pm ESTClosing Date: April 8th, 2023 (open for 1 week)Location: Homme Gallery at 2000 L St. NW, Washington, DC, 20036 Love for Immigrant’s upcoming in-personContinue reading “Love 4 Immigrants: Awakening: Transforming Experiences In-Person Exhibit”

Learn About the “Un-Weaved Stories” Exhibit

By Wendy Buendia In our online exhibition, the theme focuses on the ties and connections that we have and forge, and how these ties can be found in the artwork presented through the use of different types of materials and mediums. The mediums through which these stories of family and identity are presented add anotherContinue reading “Learn About the “Un-Weaved Stories” Exhibit”

Musah Swallah

Musah Swallah is a visual artist born and raised in Accra, Ghana. For Musah, art is a tool for self-expression, creating awareness, and transforming society. His paintings, sculptures, and mixed media works render stories that reflect African identity, cultural values, and daily life. Currently, he paints on repurposed wooden panels, plywood, paper and canvases toContinue reading “Musah Swallah”

María Escalona

María Escalona is an artist in-between cultures, nationalities, and places. Born in Caracas, Venezuela, she immigrated to Canada at 19 to study arts. Her work reacts, questions, and responds to the social tissue we live in, and is deeply rooted in her Venezuelan origins and inspired from her Canadian present. Her artistic practice explores theContinue reading “María Escalona”

Adriana Rondón-Rivero

Adriana Rondón-Rivero. Caraqueña based in Los Angeles, California. Visual Artist, Journalist and certified Yoga Teacher and Trauma Yoga Informed.                        I use my body, movement, sound, my voice, poetry, photography and video to create artistic experiences, ranging from video-art, performance art, art installations to participatory art pieces.            Intercepted by my condition as an immigrant woman ofContinue reading “Adriana Rondón-Rivero”

Vasundhara Tolia

Vasu is a contemporary painter who is constantly evolving her style. She lives in Bloomfield Hills, MI. Originally from India, she migrated to US for furthering medical career. She was a very successful academician, mentor, clinician and researcher. After retirement, she learnt drawing and painting at local art center to pour her zeal for nature,Continue reading “Vasundhara Tolia”

Charles Philippe Jean Pierre

My practice recognizes the erasure of our complex histories and challenges the narrative that we are perpetual outsiders. My work attempts to create the informed cultural context needed to make sense of the American connection to the Caribbean, and vice versa. Jean-Pierre is a U.S. State Department Art in Embassies Artist. His work is inContinue reading “Charles Philippe Jean Pierre”

Love 4 Immigrants: Un-Weaved Stories

Virtual Exhibit  Washington, D.C. (September 26th, 2021) – Love 4 Immigrants is pleased to announce an art exhibition titled: Love 4 Immigrant’s Un-Weaved Stories and themed: Family + Storytelling + Weaving Memories.  Date: Virtual Opening: September 26th (open for 2-3 weeks)  Location: Virtual: OWW | Occupy White Walls Video Game and Art Platform & WebsiteContinue reading “Love 4 Immigrants: Un-Weaved Stories”

Conflicted: Voices of Central American Migrants

by Wendy Buendia Art is meant to provoke emotion, it is the ultimate goal of discovery in oneself and the world. Reading is a less formally categorized artistic medium, but brings the same influence that more “traditional” artistic mediums have on sculpting minds and hearts. The cultivation of one’s perspective can only be achieved throughContinue reading “Conflicted: Voices of Central American Migrants”