ALAC's new exhibit brought new talent to the Latino Arts Center. The exhibit brought artists from various disciplines like photography, ceramic, mono-print, Live painting and of course painting.
Dina Flores presented a piece she named "Piltzintli" which translates to "Little Girl" from Nahuatl, utilizing a living subject of her art piece.
Photo by Jay Chatzkel
Photo by Dina Flores
Jay Chatzkel, Photographer, exhibited photos he captured of women of Peru. The lines, textures, and peacefulness in the faces of the images were beautiful.
Photograph by Jay Chatzkel
Adriana Martinez is one of ALAC's favorite artists and whom has been invited back to exhibit her very powerful oil paintings. Her work is usually large scale, which brings one to see further into the soul of her pieces. "Camino Real de SLP" is a portrait of the artist's mother.
Artist Yolanda Ortiz (Yolarte), is another artists invited back to exhibit her surreal art pieces. Her work always has deep detail and messages. Yolanda has various pieces of her portrayal of Frida Kahlo.
Aida Algosaibi Stoklos is new exhibiting at ALAC. Her monoprints display her passion for the Sonoran Desert and it's people..
Our Lady Of Guadalupe - mono-print - Aida Algosaibi Photograph by Michael Stoklos
Artist known as #55379, added to our exhibit stunning pieces of high fired stoneware that express the artist's love and hopes.
Adding to this cast of artists for ALAC's current exhibit, ALAC is very proud to have included master artists Sergio Villareal from Monterrey, Mexico and his daughter local artist Monica Villareal. His influence on her is ivident in her artwork. Both take you through of dreamlike voyage of beauty.
Feliz Amancer - Oil & Acrylic by Sergio Villareal
Self Portrait - Oil & Acrylic by Monica Villareal