©2019 by The Multicultural Artists´ Coalition. 

Women´s Art Festival:

Immigrant, Refugee, and 

Racialized

Friday, August 2nd to Sunday, August 4th, 2019

Saw Gallery (Arts Court)​

67 Nicholas St, Ottawa, ON K1N 7B9

 

I am curious, love people, culture, colours, art, music, diversity and communities. I have been producing many different kinds of art over the last thirty-five years including graphic design, audiovisual production, photography, digital art, mix media, snow, and ice carving, etc, but my work as community engaged artist, sharing all I have learned with others has made me a better human being. 
I believe in art as a tool for better individuals and communities. 
This and the joy of singing Latin American rhythms and Latin jazz are my missions as an artist. 

Claudia Salguero

 

Downtown Aluminum Series

A downtown is a whole organism in itself and we are all part of it. We circulate in it like particles charged with energy (positive or negative as we choose) and in order to function we interact with objects like concrete, cars, buildings, light poles, hydrants and signs. They are permanently watching us, supporting us, basically bearing us yet we seldom stop to notice them. This images are part of Downtown series printed on aluminum, a medium that completes this materialistic idea of becoming part of the city, its energy, its urban rush.