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Exhibit » Ruby Chacon, Veronica Perez and Maritza Torres team up at Art Access.
First Published Feb 17 2012 08:25 am • Last Updated Feb 17 2012 08:25 am

"Cihuatl, Mujer, Woman," a collaborative exhibit by Ruby Chacon, Veronica Perez and Maritza Torres, blends their personal perspectives and individual experiences in an exploration of the complicated universe called women. Their artwork is inspired by the artists stories, ancestors and memories.

Art Access Gallery, 230 S. 500 West, Salt Lake City. More information at www.accessart.org.

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