[PHOTOS] At Brandywine Workshop, the many moons of Doris Nogueira-Rogers
An exhibition of works on paper and fabric by Philadelphia Brazilian artist Doris Nogueira-Rogers opened yesterday at the Brandywine Workshop and Archives in Philadelphia. The blue moon of July 2015 inspired the multi-media series titled Muitas Luas (Many Moons) created by Nogueira-Rogers as part of a visiting artist scholarship set up in memory of another Philadelphia Latina artist, Joyce de Guatemala, who died in 2000. (Full disclosure: Joyce de Guatemala was my mother.)
Nogueira-Rogers spent six months working with Brandywine staff on the offset lithography, screen printing and other printing techniques in evidence at the exhibition (which runs through Jan. 5, 2016).