The October Revolution

Lark Calderon-Gomez

A Solo Exhibition at The Amelia Hyde Gallery
January 28  -  March 24

new work by Lark Calderon-Gomez
RECEPTION: Saturday January 28 • 6-8pm



Guatemala, 1944 - Teachers demonstrated in the streets in front of the National Palace demanding fair wages, freedom to organize, and the resignation of President General Jorge Ubico, a harsh dictator for over 14 years. The massive protests were on their third day when the President sent in his cavalry to break up the crowd by opening fire, killing over 200 including the beloved leader of the Teacher's Union movement, Mrs. Maria Chinchilla, who became a martyr.  This was the turning point which grew into the October Revolution.  This series of new paintings, drawings & mixed media works tells a compelling story by way of Julia and her friends from "Julia's Journeys."

Amelia Hyde Gallery is please to present The October Revolution,
a solo exhibit by Bay Area artist and AWD admin extraordinaire, Lark Calderon-Gomez


Amelia Hyde Gallery
521 6th Street, loft (inside the Mscape Bldg)
San Francisco, CA 94103

free parking across the street
contact Amelia Hyde: (415) 990-2043