Tag name : Mexico

Amoxcalli Oliverio Balcells

The Library for Southwest Human Development

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. ...

Proyecto Int Amor

Starting a New Multimedia Project

Ready to start writing a new story that will involve cultural and commercial trades, ambient sounds, ancient language and a love story. The research and documentation is very exciting that I know would take time and dedication but it's worth the effort to share the experience. I'll be posting the progress from time to time.


Huasteca Culture / Cultura Huasteca

This is one of the many beautiful representations of the Huasteca Culture, very rich in symbolism that reflects the Toltecayotl legacy. This monumental sculpture come from the early Post Classic Period AD 1050 from the northern area of Veracruz in Mexico. Very interesting to see the mark or symbols on the skin, a tradition in the Huastec Culture.


An Evening of Mexican Contemporary Art

Join us for an evening of Mexican Contemporary Social Art as Oliverio Balcells walks you through the process of creating his unique artwork. Enjoy soothing music while experiencing an in-depth presentation by Oliverio. Oliverio has been painting in many diverse mediums for over 20 years and looks forward to sharing his techniques with the West Valley community at Benevilla’s August Creatve...

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