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In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, 2022, the Myrtle Beach Area Visitors Center will feature three works of art by Cuban American Artist Annie Melik.
The public is invited to view the works of art at the visitors center Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The center is located at 1200 N. Oak Street in Myrtle Beach at the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce (MBACC) and Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB).
Melik, an award-winning artist and graduate of The University of Art in Cuba, currently resides in the Myrtle Beach area. Her works can be viewed at the Seacoast Artist Gallery at Myrtle Beach’s Market Common where she is a member of the Seacoast Artist Guild. She also recently painted several murals for Bali Bay Resorts in Myrtle Beach.
“Through art, I strive to tell stories of family-oriented culture, hope and prayers, and capture emotions in landscapes. Many of my works are based on my upbringing in Cuba, a very visceral country with a very rich culture, colors and flavors,” Melik said.
Her three works featured at the Myrtle Beach Area Visitors Center are “Hope for Havana,” a watercolor painting; “He Found Hope in the Farm,” an acrylic painting; and “Hope in the Waters,” an acrylic painting.
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