Latino Art and Illustrations in Carolina | Architects and Artisans

Estampas de la Raza: Contemporary Prints from the Romo Collection opens on March at p. Image credit: Raul Caracoza, Young Frida / La joven Frida, Screenprint, Collectiob of the McNay Art Museum Gift of Harriett and Ricardo Romo

Tattoo artist Dave Sanchez is best known for his Dia de los Muertos art. A resident of Southern California, his tattoo art and script has a distinct Latino flavor. Dave Sanchez has been featured in In

Dark Desert Highway by Dave Sanchez Mexican Day of Dead Fine Art Print

dark desert highway by dave sanchez mexican love day of the dead fine art print western cow-boy caballeros vaquero charros

#Latin American art: Aurora, by Maria Kilcha Kane

she reminds me of my daughter Jody! Latin American art: Aurora, by Maria Kilcha Kane

Enrique Grau Araujo's “Mulata Cartagenera” (1940)

‘Caribbean: Crossroads of the World’ Spans 3 Museums

artwork: Enrique Grau Mulata Cartagenera, 1940 - Courtesy of Museo Nacional de Colombia. In Caribbean: Crossroads at El Museo del Barrio, the Queens Museum of Art the Studio Museum in Harlem from June until January

Flores Para Juarez, 2013 (by Oscar Magallanes). A friend of Oscar’s asked him to participate in a Day of the Dead show – normally he doesn’t like doing those kinds of shows, even though culturally it’s important to him, because it’s kind of trendy. So he decided to do an homage to the women of Juarez on the U.S.-Mexico border. #latino #art #screenprint To purchase: http://serieproject.org/product/oscar-magallanes/

Oscar Magallanes' artwork is influenced by the cultural and social elements of his upbringing in the barrio and the Chicano movement. "Flores Para Juarez" is an homage to the women murdered on the border.

oil on canvas, Art by Ricardo Ortega

"I sit before flowers hoping they will train me in the art of opening up. I stand on mountain tops believing that avalanches will teach me to let go.

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