Since 1992, I have painted murals and exhibited in galleries, cultural centers, and Universities. Over the years I’ve worked with acrylics, watercolor, charcoal, ink, and collage, and my art has graced book covers, t-shirts, and posters for concerts and cultural events. I’ve also worked extensively with silkscreen, and printmaking, and I enjoy experimenting with different mediums and forms. In 1999, I had the good fortune of being the apprentice for Bay Area master muralist Juana Alicia, on a traditional fresco mural, “Santuario/ Sanctuary” which is permanently installed at the San Francisco International Airport and can be seen at gate G. I’ve collaborated with many artists on larger projects as well, and in the past I’ve been commissioned to do special projects, such as the portable Tamejavi Mural pictured at the far bottom, which I worked on with California based artist, Ramiro Martinez back in 2004. I’ve also worked on sets for staged productions, and I frequently use some element of visual imagery in my live performances and in my books.
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