Caeruleum: Recent Work by Zully Mejia


Oct. 10, 2018 - Oct. 19, 2018 (All day)

Campus Location

Office/Remote Location

Grant Hall Gallery
Painting of woman with blue lips, dangly silver earrings, white corset and purple pants


The work of Zully Mejia aims to shift cultural perceptions of women.  In America, womanhood is associated with weakness and dependency.  By painting empowered women, Mejia challenges the perception of female weakness, and she redefines womanhood as strength within her work.  Through this portrayal of power, Mejia wants to give women back their freedom to be human without being limited by the societal image of weakness.

Image: Zully Mejia, Anne, 2018

Admission Information

This exhibition is free and open to the public.

Contact Information

Donna Beam Fine Art (UNLV Galleries)
Jerry Schefcik

External Sponsor

UNLV College of Fine Arts, UNLV Department of Art