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RICHMOND, Va - Lydia English, of Hispanic Women in the Arts Group, and artist Patricia Silva-Santisteban stopped by the studio to share details about Spotlight Gallery’s exhibit, ‘Mujeres,’ in celebration of Women’s History Month. Co-sponsored by the Hispanic Women in the Arts organization, the exhibition will celebrate the talents and strength of several female artists of Hispanic descent living in the Richmond area. Patricia brought in a couple of gorgeous works of her own as a preview of what visitors can see. Other mediums include textiles, sculpture, and other paintings. The exhibit in open now through Friday, May 1st at Pine Camp Arts and Community Center, located at 4901 Old Brook Road. For more information call 804-646-6722 or visit www.RichmondGov.com/parks.

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