Coronado Art Show & Sale July 2

July 2nd, 2022 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Coronado Frame will host an Art Show & Sale in the Rincon del Chef Plaza. The show will feature 6 artists with various works for sale.

The event, aimed at growing the creative community in Coronado, has been put on by Coronado Frame & Foto, Coronado’s only custom framing shop. 

The event is open to the public and there will be prizes of original art and a 50$ gift certificate for custom framing.

This is also a great opportunity to network with creatives in the community and to view or purchase original art in Coronado Panama

Here are some of the artists who will be showing their work at the upcoming art show at Coronado Frame. 

Ramón Rose

Rose develops his work mainly in expressionist figurativism. He uses color, dispersing it in his work dedicated to the illustration of Casco Viejo. 

Pam Kirk

Naturalist Pam Kirk has lived in many places, from the desert to the mountains to the ocean. Her curiosity has led to a lifetime of learning about Nature wherever she lives and travels. When she retired in 2013, Kirk became much more serious about photography. Today Kirk enjoys taking photos of the wonders of nature in Panama.

Chrisse Harwanko

With a degree in art (University of Delaware) Chrisse has been scuba diving for 47 years and photographing the sea. In recent years she has been working on two different series: Sea-Spirations, a series devoted to the undersea, and Mar y Tierra, which mixes sea and land facets. Her art aims to give the viewer glimpse into her world of nature, which she expresses in a bit of an abstract or expressionist way. 

Kara Patrick

In recent years Kara has been using an alternative photography process called cyanotype in her art. By working with a more sustainable process, and using untraditional and upcycled materials. she aims to bring themes of sustainability into her creative process. 

The series of works she is showing are works created using natural matter, recycling, and plastic combs her daughter found washed up on the Caribbean coast of Panama.