I had the opportunity to create a permanent installation at the California Endowment Facility in Sacramento, California. The mural is 16 ft. tall by 12 feet wide. There are some closeup pics in this post as well as some footage in action.
This is a mural for my friends at La Posheria in Merida, Mexico. The amazing space makes and bottles the ancient Mayan spirit (liquor, think Mezcal) called Pox. This spirit is an ancient indigenous style of liquor made from corn.
If you ever get a chance to visit Mexico, Tepoztlan is a must see pueblo in the State of Morelos. I got a chance to paint this mural in a prehispanic restaurant there. The food is created by Ruby and Arturo. They are both chefs that use indigenous ingredients from the region, specifically the mountains […]
I got to work with Ernesto Delgado again on a project that I had never attempted before. This was probably one of the most nerve-wracking projects I have ever attempted. The medium is concrete stain on raw cement. Raw cement is unforgiving. It’s a bit like working with watercolor on paper but you can’t […]
I painted this one in Sacramento, California. The mural represents a family ancestor giving thanks for all the blessings she has received. It’s a visual reminder for all in the dining room to give thanks and connect with that place of gratitude. Her heart is where she focuses and grounds herself. There is something special […]