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
Finishing paintings and a lot of details for my annual Balcells Open Studio.
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!
Come and celebrate another great year of art, music and fun. Holiday season shopping is here and art it's the perfect gift.
I'm very happy to present our new website, the link is www.fourlizard.com, there you can order your commercial printing needs, hire our musical services, o reserve a space in our next workshop; make sure to subscribe to our email list for events, art exhibits and classes. Also I would like to mention that we're offering new services as Lease to Own Art and Spanish and English fun classes like ...
Just started last weekend with some videos to edit for The Unknown Symbols Multimedia project and I really like this software from Adobe, it is very complete and friendly user; I hope I can learn it fast as my son Quetzal. Have a great week and I'll keep you posted on this project.
Thank you to all the staff at Kyrene del Norte for having me on this amazing artist in residence experience making murals with the students.
With this piece called “Tempe Roots” I'm representing the ancient history of the city of Tempe starting with the Hohokam culture making honor to their native place and for being the builders of the water canals that have a direct connection with the Rio Salado. The Hohokam are represented by their own petroglyphs and by the classic Toltec symbols of the corn, beans and squash. The concentri...