From now on, a bit of the master’s legacy eloy cerecero will be kept as part of the cultural heritage of the stateor, thanks to donation that the artist from Saltillo made four works at the Vito Alessio Robles Cultural Center (CECUVAR) and the Ministry of Culture of the State of Coahuila (SC).

It was at an official event, chaired by the director of the venue, Hope Davila Sotathat the mixed technique works were delivered “The challenge” and “Autonomy”as well as the oils “Hosanna” and “Mutation”.

“Cultural heritage has different ways to get rich, such as the acquisition of work, but there are also other donation schemes. I think of the successful in-kind payment program of the Ministry of Finance, but there are special donationswhich enrich, not only in quantity, in the number of the collection, but also in quality, donations that make an institution great”, said the director of Cultural Development of the SC, Jose Luis Rodriguezduring the ceremony.

“CECUVAR is a non-formal education center of the State Government […] With the mission of studying and disseminating history, the Government of Coahuila gave this institution the entrusted to be recipient and custodian of a significant portion of the cultural and artistic heritage of the people of Coahuila,” Dávila Sota added moments later.

The director also stressed the confidence that the institution in charge has inspired in the local community, national and even abroadrecalling how CECUVAR began with two bibliographical collections under its responsibility, to which 12 more have been added to date, in addition to 15 artistic pieces of various invoices and authors, and two portfolios of more than 40 pieces of Lucille Wong and Elena Huerta each.

“Rest assured, teacher, that your grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-grandchildren and others will be able to enjoy them and enjoy them, because from now on, they are part of the artistic heritage of Coahuila,” said the official.

$!The four paintings are part of the Bitácora de Juicios expo.

The four paintings are part of the Bitácora de Juicios expo.

The donation is made within the framework of the exhibition “Trial Log” of the teacher from Saltillo, which has received more than 3,000 visitors since October 2022 and is about to conclude its stay.

“This is not over, I am going to continue painting, and hopefully I can have more exhibitions and donate more paintings, for all the people because that is what I paint for. My spirit will always be painting, because that’s how God gave me the path and I have to follow it until I finish. I think this year we are going to paint more”, concluded the artist.

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