Spend your lunch hour with Dallas Historical Society as Viola Delgado gives a talk about the culture and history of her artwork in and around the Dallas area.
Viola Delgado is an imaginative artist, painter, and sculptor driven by an incredible passion for self-expression through art. Her works are often noted for their unique simplicity, vivid color, and elegant geometrics. Delgado has developed an innovative style that blends precise realism with abstract expressionism. Her use of vibrant colors and strong lines make her work an excellent choice for a wide range of projects and purposes.
Her research into the culture and history of a project have made her a sought after artist for a number of public and commercial projects in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Delgado’s murals adorn the Latino Cultural Center, Dallas; Stevens Park and Tolbert Elementary Schools, Dallas; the Dallas West Library Courtyard; the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Station; and Vickery Village/Buckner Baptist Children’s Home, Dallas. One of her extraordinary medallions is located on the Departure Concourse of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
- All lectures are FREE and open to the public.
- Individual reservations are not necessary but appreciated for large groups planning to attend.
- Attendees are welcome to bring their own “brown bag” lunch to enjoy during the presentation.
- Tables will be available on a first come, first serve basis.
- Each lecture will last approximately one hour.
Brown Bag Lecture Series is sponsored by Belmont Village Senior Living
Brown Bag Lectures Series is supported in part by the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs