" Mexican Traditions "
January 25, 2019
Oaxaca, Mex. The place to be in "Dia de Muertos"
November 1, 2017
November 3, 2016
Lecture and Exhibition
November 1, 2016
January 29, 2016
New pieces are exhibited at St. augustin Art Association. 'Vanity" and 'Catrina-Carlota" Jan 7th-Jan30th 2016
October 26, 2015
St. John County Public Libraries.
Oct 24. 2:00 pm Anastasia Library
Oct 27- 2:00 pm Southeast Library
Oct 30 -2:00 pm Main Library
September 6, 2015
Piece offered to the Spanish Royal family on their visit at the 400 years celebration of St. Augustine
January 16, 2015
November 6, 2014
Diverse news articles have been published to inform the public about the most important Mexican tradition: Dia de Muertos.
November 1, 2014
Exposition followed by a presentation that explained the creation of the Sugar Skulls, Catrinas and Skull Masks as icons of the Mexican Culture.
Flagler beach Library presents a display of Sugar Skulls • Masks and Catrinas from October 11th to November 1st....
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Catrinas-Masks and Sugar Skulls "The meaning behind the tradition"
"Mexico in your senses"
May 21, 2011
Black and White exibition
Place to visit
Mexican Consulate "Dia de Muertos" Catrinas Exhibition
University of Central Florida
Catrina exhibited in St.Augustin Art Gallery. Sept 2015
Presentation at Flagler County Art League
Sharing with the community
"The meaning behind the tradition"