Female Visionaries Launch Innovative Online Art Gallery in Guatemala City

Art Harvest International, conceived by two Guatemalan pioneers, proudly announces the debut of one of the country’s inaugural online art galleries.

Co-founded by Lourdes Amaro and Gabriela Suárez, the platform aims to make Guatemalan fine art appreciable across the globe.

Art Harvest International curates an exquisite selection of original artworks from leading Guatemalan and Guatemalan-based artists.

The gallery offers a stage for both established art masters and rising talents, providing them with an opportunity to reach and inspire an international audience.

Lourdes and Gabriela have dedicated more than a year to overcoming socioeconomic barriers to create new opportunities for artists and their families.

Lourdes brings over 15 years of experience working closely with artists, while Gabriela, an artist and mother of two, infuses the venture with her creative energy and personal passion for art. Together, they combine industry expertise with a fresh artistic outlook.

Gabriela said: “There is fantastic art in our country, and we are here to celebrate it and serve as a window to the world.

“There has been a lot of hard work to get to this point, and we are delighted to now be able to showcase the art of our exceptionally talented artists. That is what drives us to keep pushing forward.”

Lourdes said: “The reaction so far has been amazingly positive, but we do not want to stop here and we have ambitious plans to take this venture further.”

Having established an online showcase, Lourdes and Gabriela’s vision includes setting up a physical gallery space where artists can continually display their work while maintaining global connections. They are committed to revolutionising the art industry in Guatemala, providing a sustainable platform for artistic expression and cultural exchange.

Art enthusiasts are invited to visit www.artharvestint.com to explore the gallery and follow Art Harvest International on social media for updates as the initiative continues to grow.

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