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ELIZABETH TOLEDO

She is the Director of ALAC, the Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center. Elizabeth has a Bachelors of Fine Arts and has taught performing and visual arts in the Isaac School District. Her artwork demonstrates the cultural influences of her life. Her upbringing in the Arizona and Sonoran desert has been her inspiration behind her art.

JOSE ANDRES GIRON

He has always been dedicated to art. Family and culture has influenced his choice of subject matter in deciding what is important to express in art. His work almost always depicts the positive and beautiful aspects of the Hispanic and Latino culture. Andres has served for the United States Army and fought in the Vietnam War and was part of the 101st Airborne Division. After the war he attended the Art School in Hollywood, California, Phoenix College and ASU were he majored in Arts Education.

ROMAN P. REYES

He is a Phoenix-area artist who worked as a creature and prosthetic technician with WETA Workshop in New Zealand with the Lord of the Rings films. His work can be found internationally. Roman was the given the Artist-in-Residence at Charlevill Castle, Ireland and his art work has also been displayed at the White House. He is an art professor at Phoenix College.