The Cry of Liberty

The Cry of Liberty is Marika’s newest sculpture.  She began the sandalwood sculpture in Haiti many years ago and worked on it from time-to-time in a deliberate manner.  The cry is against the slaveries that we and others impose on us.  Bob Phillips and Texas Country Reporter featured the sculpture in the segment Marika Bordes: The Carousel of Life.  The sculpture did take the trip to the 16th Annual Texas Country Reporter Festival in Waxahachie, TX.  The sculpture is currently on exhibit at Gallery Nord until January 12, 2012.

The Gallery Nord 

11.11.11 Exhibit: An Auspicious Date

Gallery Hours Wednesday – Saturday

Noon to 5:00

2009 NW Military Hwy., San Antonio, TX


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The 11.11.11 Exhibit- The Feminine Legacy and Curatorial Insights at Gallery Nord

Below is an announcement for two exciting events at Gallery Nord in San Antonio.  There is an art exhibit and opening reception for “11.11.11” featuring 16 women artists curated by Seguinartist Sylvia Benitez.  Marika is exhibiting four of her works including her newest sculpture Cry of Liberty.  As part of this announcement there is an invitation to the  “Curatorial Forum” a panel discussion led by Rene Barilleaux of the McNay Museum, David Rubin of SAMA, and Lilly Wei of New York on Saturday the November 19 from 5-8:00 p.m.  Hoping to see you there!

Gallery Nord

2009 NW Military Hwy

San Antonio, Texas 78213

New Sculptures and Work-in-Progress

This summer Marika completed two sculptures.  The first sculpture displayed is Envolee (Flying) and the second is Irene.  Envolee is made from black walnut and is now in a private collection in Montreal.  Irene is made from cypress knee and was on exhibit at Gallery Nord in San Antonio and is currently displayed at the Hair Haus in Seguin.

Marika is currently working on Liberty.  This piece will be on display at Gallery Nord from November 11 until january 12.  Photos coming soon.