Bull #3

Unique hand decorated piece made from solid wood, this bull figure took Jacobo and Maria a year to complete. Their workshop has perfected the art of wood carved painted figures known as Alebrijes. Their designs contain elements of nature, such as plants and animals highlighting the iconography of the Zapotec culture. A great expression of creativity in combination with innovative designs and technique has allowed them to produce unrivaled three-dimensional works of art.

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Celebrating the Elephant

Fernando Andríacci’s interest for elephants started when he took his daughters to a circus where they fell in love with the elephants. They pressured him to buy one as a pet, that is when Andriacci started to incorporate the animal in his art. This piece is made of sixteen different layers of glass that where screen printed.

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Glistening in Happiness

Fernando Andriacci makes very colorful pieces that in most cases are trying to express happiness. That is exactly what he showcases in this piece of art made of eighteen different layers of glass that where screen printed. Smiling children and animals are a very common symbol in his art.

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The Large Poetry

Sergio Bustamante is a Mexican sculptor best known for his depictions of animals and inventive humanoid creatures. In this sculpture made of resin Bustamante’s passion for reading is showcased. He often gets inspired to work on a piece after reading a book or poetry

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Stone Sculpture

Eliseo Garcia is an accomplished multi-media sculptor with extensive experience utilizing traditional natural stone, steel, and cast bronze creations. His project approach focuses on intensive research and open communications with design teams and committee members on defining the visions and goals of a project. Eliseo is a native of Dallas, TX, graduated from North Dallas High School, served in Vietnam and obtained his Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree from the University of North Texas.

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Bronze horse made in 2017. Andriacci’s work represents a highly imaginative interpretation of nature. Within its form, the horse is comprised of smaller creatures and geometric shapes, adding to the intrigue of the piece, which is a key trait in Andriacci’s figures. The statue measures 48 x 39 x 18 cm

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Untitled by Guillermo Meza

Guillermo Meza (September 11, 1917 – October 2, 1997) was a Mexican painter known for his advocating for the indigenous people of Mexico, identifying with their plight because his father was a Tlaxcaltecan. He mastered drawing with pastels using whites, greens, reds and yellows defining a recognizable “Meza” style. This piece is a clear example of his palette style and subject matter.

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Mata Ortiz Pottery

This vase was handcrafted by Juan Quezada who as a little boy started making pottery inspired by Paquime pre-hispanic ceramics. This type of pottery is named after Mr. Quezada’s hometown, Mata Ortiz, Chihuahua. It is considered one of the finest and most innovative ceramics in the world. Nowadays, artists in Mata Ortiz have built their own style inspired by Juan Quezada’s design and techniques.

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Mother Earth

José Raúl Anguiano (February 26, 1915 – January 13, 2006) was a notable Mexican painter of the 20th century. He was part of the “second generation” of Mexican muralists continuing the tradition of Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros. Most of Anguiano’s work focuses on indigenous and rural Mexico, its festivals, history traditions and religion, which for him was Mexico. Anguiano exhibited individually and collectively in museums, galleries and other institutions in countries around the world. There are two museums located in Mexico City and Guadalajara dedicated to Anguiano’s work.

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Remate de Cabeza

This 1926 image of three soccer players is an example of Zarraga’s style during the height of this period. It was a study used for Remate de Cabeza, an oil painting he created that same year. Zarraga transformed the contemporary sports scene into the modernist art movement of the 1920s, using the athlete’s body as an art form. He became known for capturing the human body in its athletic form.

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