Exhibitions & Events
The Daisha Board Gallery of Dallas
Daisha Board believes the most important part of the artist experience is the GAZE and what that feels like to be SEEN.
DAISHA BOARD GALLERY is a Contemporary Art Gallery representing BIPOC ARTISTS, LGBTQ+ and Artists with Disabilities locally and abroad in various mediums that include mixed media, sculpture, photography, installations, performance art and digital media.
Located in the evolving West Dallas area, near the Tin District, Trinity Groves and the Belmont Hotel. Daisha Board Gallery, focuses on optimum visibility, inclusion and acquisitions for marginalized artists.
Daisha Board has curated, juried and collaborated on exhibitions and projects in both traditional and non-traditional art spaces throughout Dallas.
Joy Reyes is a self-taught multidisciplinary artist who uses spirituality, religious ideals, and her Jewish/Mexican culture throughout her artwork. She often intertwines these consistent themes together through the use of subtle symbolism, vibrant contrasting colors, and mixed textures. Inspired by her vastly different cultures and life experiences, Reyes creates to invoke others to look beneath the surface, to find a connection to their own life through her art.
“The Garden Where I Grow”, is a retelling of a story that plays closely to Reyes and many individuals’ lives. Finding yourself, after being lost. The tale of growing from a garden that nurtures you into maturity and leading yourself on the path of rediscovering who you are by looking through your past and finding the roots that take you back to the garden that raised you.