Please join Marisol Diaz on Sunday, October 8 from 2 - 4pm for a demonstration on how this artist incorporates 3D printing and resin casting into her exhibition entitled "Engineering the Self & Untethering the Soul" at V°LITION gallery of Bell-ans Center of Creative Arts. Marisol will be using a maker-bot 3D printer running the simple 3D modeling interface software called Tinkercad. In addition, she will cast one of the elements from my exhibit in two-part epoxy bar-top resin. Tickets: $10 dollars Paypal: volitiongallery@gmail.com At door tickets will be $12 dollars Email volitiongallery@gmail to reserve a seat. No paypal? Stop by gallery Saturday & Sunday between 11am and 2pm to pay. Thank you! Marisol‘s work explores the identity of female configuration,  displacement, decolonization and perception of communication. Through her painting and sculpture, she claims the gems discovered only by loss. Her work is a manifestation of the resilience in femininity. “I face myself and I see that I have made woman.  I have painted, built, constructed, probed, and revealed her. I have made her transparent, opaque, sacred, desecrated, vivid, tortured, complacent, weak, small, strong, and large.  I have made her; fire, water, earth, air, child, queen, and monster.  But most of all, I have made her seen.” - M. Diaz Photo credits to Luis Bruno. Luis Bruno Photography Luis Bruno @lbfoto318 instagram

Please join Marisol Diaz on Sunday, October 8 from 2 - 4pm for a demonstration on how this artist incorporates 3D printing and resin casting into her exhibition entitled "Engineering the Self & Untethering the Soul" at V°LITION gallery of Bell-ans Center of Creative Arts. Marisol will be using a maker-bot 3D printer running the simple 3D modeling interface software called Tinkercad. In addition, she will cast one of the elements from my exhibit in two-part epoxy bar-top resin.


Tickets: $10 dollars
Paypal: volitiongallery@gmail.com
At door tickets will be $12 dollars


Email volitiongallery@gmail to reserve a seat.

No paypal? Stop by gallery Saturday & Sunday between 11am and 2pm to pay. Thank you!

Marisol‘s work explores the identity of female configuration, 
displacement, decolonization and perception of communication.

Through her painting and sculpture, she claims the gems
discovered only by loss. Her work is a manifestation of the
resilience in femininity.

“I face myself and I see that I have made woman. 
I have painted, built, constructed, probed, and revealed her.
I have made her transparent, opaque, sacred, desecrated, vivid, tortured, complacent, weak, small, strong, and large. 
I have made her; fire, water, earth, air, child, queen, and monster. 
But most of all, I have made her seen.” - M. Diaz


Photo credits to Luis Bruno.
Luis Bruno Photography
Luis Bruno
@lbfoto318 instagram