A Conversation with Margaret Garcia

Sunday, May 31, 2020 – 3 to 4:30 p.m.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this interview has been postponed.  Please check back for updates!

“I define Chicano art by creating it,” Garcia states. The Los Angeles native began her career as a muralist, involved in the murals that swept through the 1984 Olympics. Identified as one of 24 artists who have had an impact on LA Art, Garcia’s work consists of oil paintings saturated with a wildly expressive palette. Flat compositional space is firmly rooted is the tradition of Mexican folk art. Her paintings are in the collections of LACMA, the Laguna Art Museum and the personal collection of Cheech Marin.

To learn more about Margaret, visit www.MargaretGarciaStudio.com

$15 for general public; $10 for seniors. FREE to Focus on the Masters Members.

Special invitation to Educators & Students:
The Artist Spotlight and panel discussion is open to students attending as a class assignment free of charge. FOTM is happy to assist with tracking attendance and sign-in sheets. Reservations required.

Sponsored by: John & Cherie Brant

AfterGLOW Fundraising Event: Sal & Edy Santangelo

$30 FOTM members, $40 Non-members. Maps will be given to paid guests at the interview.

RSVP HERE or call 805.653.2501

The Museum of Ventura County
100 E Main St., Ventura, CA 93001

Season Sponsors: Dennis Mitchell at I Capelli SalonPassion FlowersPeterson Graphics & The Museum of Ventura County