Presentation on theme: "FOUR MEXICAN ARTISTS recent works Dorotea Prieto Martha Block Arcadio Vera Harumi Sanchez Watanabe Go to individual slide show."— Presentation transcript:
FOUR MEXICAN ARTISTS recent works Dorotea Prieto Martha Block Arcadio Vera Harumi Sanchez Watanabe Go to individual slide show
Dorotea Prieto Cold and Wind Sunrise etching and aquatint on copper plate 11,75 x 15,75 in.
Dorotea Prieto The Pressage Rises etching, aquatint and chine colle 11,75 x 13,75 in.
Dorotea Prieto Deer linocut and chine colle 6 x 14,50 in.
Dorotea Prieto Mailing address: Castillo de Chapultepec ; Lomas de Chapultepec Mexico City address: ART STUDIES 1981 to arts and crafts IMSS School 1984 to painting classes with PhD. Conrado Cerda painting and drawing studies with Marta and Robin Bond 1987 to human figure drawing workshop with Proffessor Gilberto Aceves Navarro 1988 to painting classes with Proffessor Walter Boelsterly drawing classes with proffessor Miguel Angel Guerrero 1990 to sculpture classes with Proffessor Antonio Nava silkscreen printing classes with Patricia Torres etching classes with Alejandro Nava 1997 to sculpture workshop with Reknowned sculptor Sebastian; Centro Nacional de las Artes 1999 to painting and drawing workshop with Proffessor Luis Argudin woodblock printing with Proffessor Keisei Kobayashi Nunik Sauret’s printmaking and etching workshop Nunik Sauret’s tempera painting workshop SOLO EXHIBITIONS “Personajes” (“Characters”) Casa de Bolsa Inverlat (brookerage company) “Saurios y Sabios” (“Dinosaurs and Wise Men”) José Luis BenllurieGallery; UNAM, Mexico City “Pieles Viento Ritmo” (“Skins Wind Rhythm”) Museo J.A. Pagaza; Valle de Bravo, Mexico to several group exhibitions in Mexico City and various locations in the country. Background image : watermark quality fragment of “Cold and Wind Sunrise” Back to first piece HOME
Martha Block Untitled dry point 7,50 x 4,50 in.
Martha Block Untitled dry point 7,75 x 4,75 in.
Martha Block Untitled dry point 5,25 x 8,25 in.
Martha Block Mexico City address: STUDIES AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia - University to li terature and linguistics teacher at Universidad Iberoamericana Translation of several poetry pieces and pessays about poetry for american poet William Carlos Williams’s book “Poems, Texts, and Interviews”. Published in 1987 by Universidad Autonoma de Puebla. Translation of Gary Snyder’s ”About the Poet’s Work" published in 1990 by Universidad Autónoma de Tlaxcala to present day - Mostly a self-taught artist in the art of painting. Has been attending several workshops as well as painting and drawing classes at Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas, Proffessor Gilberto Aceves Navarro workshop and Nunik Sauret’s printmaking workshop 1994 to Illustrations for the magazine “Poesía y Poética” (“Poetry and Poetics). SOLO EXHIBITIONS Painting solo exhibition; Universidad del Claustrode Sor Juana, Mexico City Painting solo exhibition; Casa de la Cultura Jesús Reyes Heroles,Mexico city ”Gouache Improvisations",Galería El Aire, Centro de Arte, Mexico city. "Fragmentos" Galería El Aire, Centro de Arte, Mexico City ”Graphic Works" Galería Aguafuerte, Mexico City GROUP EXHIBITIONS 1994 to Several painting and graphic works exhibitions. Back to first piece HOME
Arcadio Vera Untitled dry point and mezzotint 2 plates 17,75 x12 in.
Arcadio Vera Untitled Touche and aquatint 12 x 12 in.
Arcadio Vera Untitled Touche and aquatint 12 x 12 in.
Arcadio Vera Mexico City; July 13th, 1978 Mailing address: Convento ; Santa Ursula Xitla Tlalpan; Mexico D.F. address: ART STUDIES 1990 to Handcraft workshops “Independencia IMSS” Proffessor Nemesio Estrada’s ceramics workshop Glassworks workshop 1994 to Photography at the Coyoacan workshops Architect Roberto Valdes’s wood carving workshop 1997 to Architecture at Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México Proffessor Guillermo Olguín’s paintig workshop 2001 to experimental ceramics workshop 2001 to Hilda San Vicente’s ceramics workshop 2001 to Nunik Sauret’s printmaking workshop 2002 to Masters degree in architecture woodblock printing workshop with Proffessor Keisei Kobayashi SOLO EXHIBITIONS “Traces and Lines” painting and ceramics; José Luis Benlliure Gallery at UNAM; Mexico City printmaking and etching exhibition; Flavio Imperio Gallery; Sao Paulo, Brazil printmaking and etching exhibition; Galeria de Gravura Brasileira; Sao Paulo, Brazil ”Palabras al viento” (“Words to the Wind”); Museo J. A Pagaza; Valle de Bravo, Mexico. Several group exhibitions from 1993 to present day Illustration of magazine “El poeta y su trabajo” (“The poet and his work”) Back to first piece HOME
Harumi Sanchez Watanabe Orthoptera suspens dry point 4,25 x 8,50 in.
Harumi Sanchez Watanabe Bitis (warm tone version) dry point and aquatint 4,25 x 8,50 in.
Harumi Sanchez Watanabe Mangle 7 piece linocut 17 x 43 in.
ART STUDIES Painting and drawing classes with Roberto Parodi Collage, Textiles in art, and Clay modeling; Casa de la Cultura de Morelia, Michoacán; Mexico to Graphic design, drawing, painting, and photography studies. Xylography, lithography and silkscreen printing workshops to present day- workshop for printmaking and painting with Nunik Sauret to jewelry and fine metalworks workshop digital imaging and printing for the professional. EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS Participation in multidisciplinary project “Ollesta”; Universidad Hispanoamericana de la Rábida; Huelva, Spain Live painting at "La República" restaurant and "La Palma” Cafe Developement and production of multidisciplinary project "Karnival”; Epicentro, Mexico city. Solo exhibition at "Zembu Food Lab” restaurant; Mexico City Group exhibition "Visiones"; El Chisme, Restaur-Arte" Condesa; Mexico City Group exhibition "Puerta de las Américas"; Mexico City. Group exhibition “Asunto 14”; Galería de Atrio Espacio Cultural; Mexico City Group exhibition “Taller de Grabado Nunik Sauret”; Banco de México; Mexico City. MOST OUTSTANDING PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS AND AKNOWLEDGEMENTS Logo design for intermediate School swimming team Granted a foreign student scholarship at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Chicago, Illinois. Community service project: “A Mural for the Joy of Children”; Casa Hogar del DIF, Naucálpan, Estado de México Design and printing of "Theraphosidae 2005”, “Viperidae 2006” and other photographic collections of nature images. Calendars, posters, postcards and stationery sets. Background image : watermark quality fragment of “Vegetable Thought”; linocut. Harumi Sánchez Watanabe Mexico City; January 27th, Mailing address: Av. Fresnos 10-A, Jardines de San Mateo Naucalpan; Estado de México address: CLICK HERE FOR WEBPAGE Back to first piece HOME