These paintings represent three generations of women from Mexican families and depict the warmth and comfort of sitting at the kitchen table. They were inspired by the charm of the novel, Like Water For Chocolate, by Laura Esquivel."
Rita Guile is a fine art painter. Her work has been exhibited at galleries and corporate offices throughout Kansas City, along with international and national juried exhibitions around the country. For twenty-seven years, Guile worked as a designer and art director, while painting by night. In 2012, she left her successful design career to work full-time as a fine art painter. She works with acrylic on canvas. www.ritaguile.com
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