Exhibit Dates from Oct 25 - Nov 6 The dual principle of contrary but complementary elements constantly generates life, creates cells, universes, colors and fantastic beings that only exist in our subconscious. From Mesoamerica to the present day there has been a tradition of the soul companion, also called El Nahual, who in turn is our protector, guide and teacher. These Nahuales are a fundame...
"Volando en el Atardecer" is the name of this new piece on mosaic art size 12" x 12"
Here it's the pic when I just finished with this piece made on mosaic technique, you can visit it on 9st and Wilson at the Wilson Arts and Garden District.
This mosaic art will be installed at 9st and Wilson in the classic neighborhood of Wilson Arts & Garden District downtown Tempe, I'll post a photo when is there.
Hello everyone, these are the dates for the 2019 Bilingual Art Painting Classes! Reserve your spot at 602.301.4384
This is a sample of what we'll be working at Phoenix Art Museum with the series with the participants of Free Arts.
Finishing paintings and a lot of details for my annual Balcells Open Studio.
I'm grateful for all the amazing things that I have in my life / Agradecido por todo lo que tengo a mi alrededor
In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Gallery of Chandler Center of the Arts is proud to present the art of Diana Calderon and Oliverio Balcells. Both artists create imagery inspired by Mexican history, heritage, nature, culture, and personal migration, which takes visitors on a visual trip across the border into a country rich with tradition. Experience the historical colors, pa...
I'm honored to continue with my series of lectures at Xico Arte y Cultura with the Thursday Lecture of Ancient Mexican Art & Philosophy, here are the next dates: April 26, May 17, June 21, July 19 and August 23 at 7:00pm
The title for this piece is called Amoxcaalli that literally means house of books, I want to share the ancient Mesoamerican concept that many cultures had in their society, that includes the library or amoxcalli where all the painted books were available for study with many themes like history, study of the calendars, materials and food, medicine plants, poetry, sacred games and culture legacy. ...
I'm glad to be part of this fun project that will benefit the Arizona's youth community to create early literacy programs. I'll be posting the progress of this piece. Have a great week!