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(Photo Gallery) No Limits

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“Thinking of the Women” abstract acrylic painting by Rozita Moheimani is on display at the Price Center. Moheimani is a self-employed painter specializing in acrylic and oil painting.

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  • (Right) local artist Suzanne Shield-Polk describes the process of making her shoe sculpture Wednesday, April 6, 2022, at the Price Center.

  • The Price Center historic building was originally the First Christian Church in the late 1800s and has since been renovated into a community center for various activities, events, and galleries, Monday, March 28, 2022, at the Price Center. The “No Limits” fourth annual women’s art show is celebrating local female artists during National Women’s History Month. 

  • Local artist Michelle “Michi” Hagerty discusses her abstract painting (pictured behind her) with the other artists in the exhibit during the Brown Bag Art Talk, Wednesday, April 6, 2022, at the Price Center. Hagerty is a member of the San Marcos Art League and typically does portraits of butterflies with broken wings to represent the trauma and beauty in her life.

  • Texas State public relations junior views the digital art piece called “Flag” by Rebecca Bowman, Thursday, April 14, 2022, at the Price Center.

  • Female artists’ work is on display and for sale at the Price Center.

  • (Left to right) Marianne Monson’s oil painting “Reflections” and Karen Cross’s fabric work “A Prayer” are displayed at the Price Center.

  • (Center) writer and artist Marianne Monson discusses her floral oil panting (pictured behind her) with the other artists in the exhibit during the Brown Bag Art Talk, Wednesday, April 6, 2022, at the Price Center. Monson wanted to create a bright colorful Victorian-style painting to represent a female experience and to have it on display in her new Victorian-era home.

  • Texas State public relations junior reads the poem that corresponds with the elephant sculpture by Mia Lambert, Thursday, April 14, 2022, at the Price Center.

  • (Left) co-creator of the “No Limits” exhibit and artist and designer at The Studio61 Jennifer Epperson talks about her artwork in the show titled “Odalisque,” Wednesday, April 6, 2022, at the Price Center.

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