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Naine de Jardin – original artwork for sale at Spoke Art Gallery, SF

Thank you so much to everyone who came to the show “La Couleur de l’Etrangete” an art show tribute to the films of Jean-Pierre Jeunet & Marc Caro at Spoke Art , it was a fun night! Thanks so much to Spoke Art Gallery and Jessica for everything!

The show will be up until May 30 at Spoke Art Gallery, 816 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA.
There will also be a one-night-only screening of two classic Jeunet and Caro films, Amelie and the City of Lost Children, both shown in glorious 35mm at the Roxie Theater. You can check out more about this event here.

 

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Here is the piece “Naine de Jardin” that I created for this show. You can also check out my piece in Spoke Art’s online store!

 

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Art for “Jeunet and Caro” show at Spoke Art Gallery, SF

I’m very happy to invite you all to the show “La couleur de l’etrangete” an art show tribute to the films of Jean-Pierre Jeunet & Marc Caro at Spoke Art ! I will be showing some work here with amazing artists this May 9th, I’ll be very happy to see you there!

 

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You can RSVP here :https://www.facebook.com/events/1552934508306961/
More infos:
“La couleur de l’etrangete” – The Color of Strangeness
an art show tribute to the films of Jean-Pierre Jeunet & Marc Caro
Opening reception : May 9th, 6pm – 10pm
On view: May 9th – 30th, 2015
Spoke Art – 816 Sutter Street, San Francisco CA

 

Here is a little sneak peek of a piece I created for the show:

 

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As an added bonus, there will also be a vintage style Photo-Booth for attendees to enjoy!

Spoke Art is also teaming up with the historic Roxie theater and Midnites for Maniacs for a 35mm double feature screening of Amelie and City of Lost Children on Saturday, May 23rd.

 

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Animaginary Landscapes deer!

Thank you so much to everyone that has been supporting my show Animaginary Landscapes at Tr!ckster, I am most grateful! Here is my favorite piece for the show, I am so happy it is in a great new home!

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There are more pieces for sale at Tr!ckster in Berkeley (2631 Ashby Ave, suite A, Berkeley, CA 94705) or through their online store, with worldwide shipping.
Hope you are all having a fantastic Tuesday!

 

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Animaginary Landscapes Artist Reception

Thank you so much to everyone who came to the show “Animaginary Landscapes” at Tr!ckster Gallery! It was a fantastic night!
Thanks so much to Tr!ckster and the awesome Anita for everything!

Most of the pieces for the show were created with pigment and acrylic on woods.
The pigments have been collected from all over the world. Each pigment was hand mixed specifically for this show.

Here are some of the pieces from the show:

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Photo credit: Diana Garcia

If you want to purchase some of the original artwork, you can get it either at Tr!ckster or in their online shop

The show is still up so feel free to stop by and check it out!

2631 Ashby Ave, suite A, Berkeley, CA 94705
Phone: 510-665-8900
Store Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 11:00am–7:00pm, Closed Mondays

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Solo show “Animaginary Landscapes” at Tr!ckster, Berkeley !

I would love to invite you all to my very first solo show in the U.S.  “Animaginary Landscapes” this February 21st at  TR!CKSTER in Berkeley.
I will be showing some fun paintings and will be very happy to see you there!

 

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Here are the event details for the opening:

Artist Reception – February 21st 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Tr!ckster – 2631 Ashby Ave, Suite A, Berkeley, CA 94705

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Puentek Project @ NASA

The illustrator Daniel Walker invited the talented Hsiao-Chi “Alice”Yu DaiJavier Avendaño and me to paint a school bus that he designed for Puentek’s itinerant techonology education project “Don’t teach, let them discover” at Singularity University, NASA, Montain View.

 

 

 

 

 

 It was an amazing experience to meet people who want to make the world a better place. Check out Puentek’s website for more info!
Also check out Daniel Walker’s website and enjoy his amazing art here!
Huge thanks to Daniel and the Puentek team for this experience!

You can also see this video the Puentek team put together of the whole project, including the painting of the bus.

 

 

Here are some drawings I did during a brainstorming session.

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Last days!

This is the last weekend for the exhibition  Pop-Up Spicy Mexican Design in the General Consulate of Mexico in San Francisco!
If you haven’t had a chance to stop by here is a preview video from the exhibition with a little interview I had for the event.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1EIw2rs-GA&feature=player_embedded

You can also check out some of the pictures from the opening by our friends of Babylon’s Train, by Jazmin Morelos and Xaul Reyes
http://s32.beta.photobucket.com/user/bebbushka/story/5249

 



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Pop-Up Spicy Mexican Design Opening

Thank you very much to eveyone that came to the opening!!

Here are some pictures of the opening night and the pieces of the 7 Mexican designers who participated in this fresh exhibition: Alejandra Antón, Dora IzquierdoDiana Otero, Alma Lozano, Bernardo Núñez, Paulina Suarez and myself.

 

 

There was a salsa bar, one chile for each of the designers.

 

Alejandra Anton “Al Chile” and “Conciencitas

Dora Izquierdo – DOIZPE bags and her beautiful chile puzzle

Diana Otero “Quetzalcoatl Red Harvest”


Alma Lozano “Materia Prima”

Bernardo Núñez “Pepper Faces” and “Se esta levantando”

Paulina Suarez “Compadres”, “Chile Cortado”, “Los Chiles de José” and personal works

“Cadena Alimencicia” by myself

From my personal work I presented 2 books: “11”50″ a silkscreen artist book with the beautiful texts of Marianne Mispelaëre
and the children’s book “Case” published by Il Gioco Di Leggere Edizioni

The last but not the least, the mural Paulina Suarez and I did for this exhibit “El Mercado de Celso”

 

 

 

The exhibit will be opened until the 3rd of March in the Gallery of the Mexican Consulate (532 Folsom Street, San Francisco).
It is open every day, the hours of visit are Mon-Fri 10:00 to 17:00 and Sat-Sun 10:00 to 14:00

 

To check out more cultural events from the Mexican Consulate in San Francisco you can visit www.mexicoinsf.com

Thanks for stopping by!

 

 

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Pop-Up Spicy Mexican Design

Have you ever imagined an exhibition about chili? Come visit Pop-Up Spicy Mexican Design, an exhibition with the works of 7 young mexican designers living in the Bay Area: Alejandra Antón, Dora IzquierdoDiana Otero, Alma Lozano, Bernardo Núñez, Paulina Suarez and myself.

All of this designers will be showing different works all around the theme of the chile. Join us for this fresh and spicy exhibition from the 8th of February until the 3rd of March in the Gallery of the Mexican Consulate (532 Folsom Street, San Francisco).
The hours of visit are Mon-Fri 10:00 to 17:00 and Sat-Sun 10:00 to 14:00

The opening night will be this Thursday February 7th at 6:30 pm

 

 

 

For more information and to see more events from the Mexican Consulate in San Francisco, please visit www.mexicoinsf.com

 

 

Here is a little sneak peek….

 

 

 

 

Hope to see you there!

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