Liberia gallery will host
exhibition by Swiss artist
Special to A.M. Costa Rica
The expanded Hidden Garden art gallery in Liberia will host a private opening tonight of the works of Swiss artist Helga Denoth. Her show opens to the public Saturday. The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A gallery summary said of the artist "she takes us by the hand to walk in a world harmonized by the science of color combination, in abstract images proposing defined feelings."
In addition, a sculpture garden will be exhibited, with works in iron, recycled, and other materials, and are intermixed with paintings. The artist's works are pure art, and sometimes functional, like garden chairs and mobiles. The works reflect the joy Helga found in Costa Rica, the gallery said.
The Hidden Garden is eight rooms. Owner Greg Golojuch calls it the largest in Guanacaste. The gallery exhibits over 200 artworks comprised by more than 45 artists, and he will strive to launch new exhibitions every 15 days or so, he said.
The artist in residence is Carlos Hiller and his underwater images. The gallery is five kilometers west of the Liberia airport on highway 21.