Two paintings inside the door at Galería Cubana grab one's attention. Narrow, but tall--nearly six feet--they offer close-ups of two women's faces. The dark eyes portray deep sadness, coupled by what looks like fear. Edel Bordón, a respected artist and teacher in his home country, painted but did not title them. The meaning is left open to interpretation. Many artists like him want to be mysterious... (Click below to read article in full).
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