Art Exhibits

Lupita Carrasco and Jonathan Sulinski

When: March 28-April 18 2015

Art, Lupita Carrasco's coping mechanism in what she describes as an "often tumultuous upbringing as the only child of a schizophrenic mother," wasn't considered a proper career by her family. She went for it anyway, and today she's one of the city's best under-the-radar artists. Carrasco's oeuvre is varied and experimental, employing different techniques for different subjects. For instance, her landscapes swirl and vibrate with loose brushwork, but her figurative paintings are more controlled, portraying saints and Madonnas, or earthly women set in surreal realms. Carrasco's showing with Jonathan Sulinski at Cottonwood Center for the Arts (427 E. Colorado Ave., in a show that opens tonight with a reception from 6 to 9. Cottonwood's other two-person portfolio exhibit, featuring Al B Johnson and Phil Vallejo, will also go up this night; both are on display through April 18. — Edie Adelstein

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