Exhibition with Peruvian artist Milagros Pongo opens at Gary Taylor Art Gallery in Washington, D.C.

Peruvian artist Milagros PongoPeruvian artist Milagros Pongo

AN EXHIBITION of the works of Peruvian artist Milagros Pongo (www.milagrospongo.blogspot.com) opened on Thursday evening, Dec. 9, 2010, at Gary Taylor Art Gallery in Washington, D.C.

Ambassador Rigoberto Gauto of Paraguay, Peruvian artist Milagros Pongo, and Fernando Quir?, Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of PeruAmbassador Rigoberto Gauto of Paraguay, Peruvian artist Milagros Pongo, and Fernando Quir?, Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of Peru

THIS IS the artist’s latest collection of abstract paintings in mixed techniques inspired by the work of Rhonda Byrne’s “The Power.” The 20 paintings in medium and large formats reflect the strength that each human being carries within themselves, that creative force that causes people to freely address their life and destiny of their choice. That force is summarized in one feeling – “love.”

EVERY PAINTING reflects this strength in the field of the human relations, work, health and daily life. Each piece was made with golden laminas and essential oils used in aromatherapy from South Africa. With this exhibit the artist will end her cultural tour that started in January in Punta del Este, Uruguay, in March in Peru, in April in Murcia, Spain, in May in South Africa, in July in Paraguay, in August in Venice, Italy, and now in Washington, D.C.

Ambassador Rigoberto Gauto of Paraguay; Alejandra Espinola, Cultural Attach?at the Embassy of Paraguay; Peruvian artist Milagros Pongo; Fernando Quir?, Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of Peru; and Luis Chang Boldrini, Minister Counselor at the Ambassador Rigoberto Gauto of Paraguay; Alejandra Espinola, Cultural Attach?at the Embassy of Paraguay; Peruvian artist Milagros Pongo; Fernando Quir?, Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of Peru; and Luis Chang Boldrini, Minister Counselor at the Embassy of Peru

THE OPENING reception was sponsored by the Embassy of Peru. The exhibit runs until Dec. 26, 2010. Gary Taylor Art Gallery is located at 1843 Columbia Road (between N. Biltmore St & N. Mintwood Pl), N.W., Washington, D.C. 20009. Tel. 202-483-5853. Hours: Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Fernando Allo of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Paraguay, Lucy Ruiz, Jenny Yuli Morante, Elena Jungbluth and Luis Chang Boldrini, Minister Counselor at the Embassy of PeruFernando Allo of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Paraguay, Lucy Ruiz, Jenny Yuli Morante, Elena Jungbluth and Luis Chang Boldrini, Minister Counselor at the Embassy of Peru

Gabriela Filippelli; Estela Gauto, wife of the Ambassador of Paraguay; artist Milagros Pongo; and Ambassador Rigoberto Gauto of Paraguay Gabriela Filippelli; Estela Gauto, wife of the Ambassador of Paraguay; artist Milagros Pongo; and Ambassador Rigoberto Gauto of Paraguay

Elena Jungbluth and Gabriela FilippelliElena Jungbluth and Gabriela Filippelli

Alejandra Espinola, Cultural Attach?at the Embassy of Paraguay; and Gabriela FilippelliAlejandra Espinola, Cultural Attach?at the Embassy of Paraguay; and Gabriela Filippelli

Artwork by Peruvian artist Milagros PongoArtwork by Peruvian artist Milagros Pongo

Artwork by Milagros Pongo

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