Mexican Art

Francisco Mendoza, 1958-2012 – Chicago Tribune

Posted by on Mar 17, 2012 in Mexican Art | Comments Off

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Francisco Mendoza, 1958-2012
Chicago Tribune
“They used traditional Mexican motifs and participated with him in creating new Mexican art.” Mr. Mendoza's work includes a mural at the South Chicago YMCA. He also designed Venetian glass murals that cover the front of the Orozco Career Academy …
The Pilsen Picasso: Francisco Mendoza, 1958-2012ChicagoNow (blog)

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Shopping Comparison Site Review for Oil Painting

Posted by on Mar 11, 2012 in Mexican Art | Comments Off

A Flower Oil Painting is the perfect art feature for your home. Envision a flower oil painting in your entry foyer, dining room, living room, gallery hall, work space or master bedroom. Or are you searching for a for your professional office? Or as a gift? Original Art makes a statement about your appreciation of fine art and your exquisite taste. Now you can find stunning original art online instead of overpaying at a pricey local art gallery. You can purchase a beautiful flower oil painting or a lovely impressionist style landscape painting or an original abstract painting online at FlowerOilPainting.com. Many accomplished painters now sell their art online as it offers these artists a wider reach than if their artwork was limited to being exhibited in a local art gallery. A flower oil painting is the most popular type of all paintings and many art aficionados search for the perfect canvas that fits their aesthetic.

There are flower oil paintings of all sizes and styles and prices at the FlowerOilPainting.com online store. FlowerOilPainting.com is the ultimate marketplace for canvas art paintings. Search by features or cultural region such as Mexican art which is a highlight here on Chicanarteyque.

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FlowerOilPainting.com is the premier shopping comparison site review for oil paintings. Paintings are on canvas, in oil, and it’s visually obvious from reviewing the featured oil paintings that the artists are unique in their artistic pursuit. Think of the hours that each artist spent to envision their painting, prepare their canvas, choose their palette and then complete their work of art. Each oil painting represents hours of work and artistic vision translated into the beauty of the completed artwork.

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Mexico awards Fine Arts Medal to Vicente Rojo – Fox News

Posted by on Nov 20, 2011 in Mexican Art | Comments Off

 Mexico awards Fine Arts Medal to Vicente Rojo   Fox News
Mexico awards Fine Arts Medal to Vicente Rojo
Fox News
"Today we gather around an indispensable artist for recreating the panorama of Mexican art in the 20th and 21st centuries," National Culture and Arts Council, or Conaculta, president Consuelo Saizar said during the awards ceremony.

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New exhibit at Museum of Art showcases the work of Mexico’s moderninsts – La Jolla Light

Posted by on Nov 10, 2011 in Mexican Art | Comments Off

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La Jolla Light
 New exhibit at Museum of Art showcases the work of Mexicos moderninsts   La Jolla Light
New exhibit at Museum of Art showcases the work of Mexico's moderninsts
La Jolla Light
The Andrés Blaisten Collection of 20th-century Mexican art by many of the country's most noted painters is on view at The San Diego Museum of Art in Balboa Park through Feb. 19. Curators said visitors would experience a selection of 80 paintings dated

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Community Art Project BBQ and Auction – TribLocal

Posted by on Oct 3, 2011 in Mexican Art | Comments Off

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Community Art Project BBQ and Auction
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Locally he has permanent works at the Museum of Contemporary Art, The Art institute of Chicago and the National Museum of Mexican Art. His poster work can also be seen annually at the Fiesta del Sol festival in Chicago. Romero also has public mosaic

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On the road: What is burgoo? Head to Utica fest to find out – Chicago Daily Herald

Posted by on Oct 2, 2011 in Mexican Art | Comments Off

 On the road: What is burgoo? Head to Utica fest to find out   Chicago Daily Herald
On the road: What is burgoo? Head to Utica fest to find out
Chicago Daily Herald
The “Day of the Dead” display is the most popular exhibit every year at the National Museum of Mexican Art with its gleaming altars, sugar skull sculptures and colorful art in many media celebrating the dearly departed in weird and

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