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College of Lake County hosts "Esperanza Gama: A Series of Memories" art exhibit

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  • College of Lake County student Nancy Antonio of Waukegan, gets a close look at "The Day of the Dead Dedicated to Julia Pastrana," from the "Esperanza Gama: A Series of Memories" exhibit at the College of Lake County's Robert T. Wright Gallery in Grayslake.

       College of Lake County student Nancy Antonio of Waukegan, gets a close look at "The Day of the Dead Dedicated to Julia Pastrana," from the "Esperanza Gama: A Series of Memories" exhibit at the College of Lake County's Robert T. Wright Gallery in Grayslake.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • "Carmen" is an art piece of pigment and gold leaf on bark paper in the "Esperanza Gama: A Series of Memories" exhibit at the College of Lake County's Robert T. Wright Gallery in Grayslake.

      "Carmen" is an art piece of pigment and gold leaf on bark paper in the "Esperanza Gama: A Series of Memories" exhibit at the College of Lake County's Robert T. Wright Gallery in Grayslake.
    Courtesy of Esperanza Gama

 
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The art show "Esperanza Gama: A Series of Memories" is on display at College of Lake County's Robert T. Wright Gallery in Grayslake.

Gama, an artist based in Chicago, was born and educated in Guadalajara, Mexico. Her work depicts important and historical Mexican women, and has been shown in several solo and group exhibits throughout the United States and Mexico.

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Gama's exhibit is in memory of her father, Alejandro Gama, and is on display through Sept. 28.

Visit www.gallery.clcillinois.edu for information about the gallery and exhibits.

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