“Invisible Vision” in the Gallery

The paintings of Juan Cruz are the latest exhibit in the gallery at the Ann Felton Center. Cruz’s work is titled “Invisible Vision.” The gallery is open Monday’s through Thursday’s from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

“In my works, I am constantly discovering new images and seeing new visions. These images reveal themselves to me, and speak to my inner self. I try to give these images life and meaning. Through the years, I have found a sacred connection with my work. This connection has been my guiding light towards the path to freedom,” Cruz said.

A slideshow highlighting the display can be viewed below. The final day you can see Cruz’s work on campus is Thursday, December 13.

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