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City of Knoxville, Tennessee
Madeline Rogero, Mayor

For Immediate Release
Mayor Meets with Artists
July 31, 2012 - Mayor Rogero met with artists who have work on display in the Office of Business Support. Business Liaison Patricia Robledo has her office wall filled with artwork from several local artists. Robledo held a reception for these artists and several Hispanic leaders to meet with Mayor Rogero and for everyone to view the displayed art.
Mayor Rogero and Patricia Robledo with artists
Left to Right: Artist Silvia Calzadilla, Dina Ruta of Hola, artist Terry Grove, Mayor Rogero, artist Tony Caiza, Eugenia Wade (representing her dad Eugenio), Patricia Robledo, artist Kiara Rainey, and artist Steve Hicks
Artists who have work on display in the Office of Business Support are as follows:

Tony Caiza, US/Ecuador - Collage on canvas
Silvia Calzadilla, Venezuela - Acryclic painting
Rafael Casco, Honduras - Acrylic on canvas
Terry Grove, United States - Photography
Steve Hicks, United States - Raku fired masks
Kiara Rainey, United Statess - Oil on canvas painting
Eugenio Wade, Argentina - Pastel on paper
Mayor Rogero speaks with Hispanic leaders and artists
Mayor Rogero speaks with Hispanic leaders and artists at a special reception
For Immediate Release
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