San Angel Folk Art
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The first Texas exhibition work by Mexico City artist Felix D’eon features paintings that celebrate gay and lesbian love by fantastically imagining situations in various...Read More
Verdant Valley brings together a group of artists who depict traditional landscapes in unique ways with nontraditional materials.
Three carvers of animals: Peter Grieves (France), Isaac Smith (USA), and J.L. Nippers (USA). Taking a cue from many North African artists, Peter Grieve carves...Read More
San Angel Folk Art presents the work of Isaac Smith, one of the most prominent African-American visionary artists in the United States today, in the...Read More
Go Home for the Holidays with San Angel’s new exhibition on view through December. Sally Ozuna’s miniature recreations of homes are featured with works by...Read More
San Angel Folk Art brings the work of Bill Miller together for the exhibition Vinyl Vistas. Using discarded linoleum and vinyl flooring as a medium...Read More
Shane Campbell’s hand carved and inscribed wooden sculptures of characters depicting his neighbors, friends, and enemies make observations on the state of the nation and...Read More
San Angel Folk Art celebrates its 22nd anniversary with their "favorite women of the seven seas"! The artists exhibited in Summer Sirens interpret the Mermaid,...Read More
San Angel Folk Art presents the work of Hilario Sanchez of Mexico in Small Universe/Big World. Sanchez creates layers of delicate detail in minute renderings...Read More
Peter Grieve’s sculptures made from recycled tin and steel capture the natural movements of animals through form and color. Grieve’s detailed creations include elephants, giraffes,...Read More
Jeri Moe’s sculptures in recycled and raw tin and copper are like "little homages and altars." Her one of a kind pieces often contain social...Read More
Just in time for the Day of the Dead (November 1), San Angel has muertos and hand painted sugar skull light strands, "so beautiful your...Read More
San Angel presents All Critters Great and Small: folk art animals from the barn to the wilds, featuring the work of Peter Grieve (shown), J.L....Read More
Check out work by local artists, Jon Karl Dawson, Carolina Flores, Alex de Leon, and Karl Frey (shown).
San Angel presents the work of Jeri Moe, Nicholas Herrera, Demetrio Garcia Aguilar, and Bernadette Marquez, who have each created pieces centered around Valentines, the...Read More
San Angel has supported hundreds of artists in their twenty year history, and now it’s your turn to support them. Check out their anniversary show,...Read More
Featuring work by Lucy Fradkin, Bill Miller, Sally Ozuna, Demetrio Garcia Aguilar, Josefina Aguilar, Hilario Hernandez Sanchez, and Keith Davis.
San Angel Folk Art is honoring their recently deceased song bird, Truchas, who passed away a month ago by building an altar to him. They...Read More
In his South Texas premiere, Greene presents paintings that transport the viewer to the landscape of his home state of New Mexico.
This will be San Angel’s first show of Scooter‘s show in 8 years!
Artists created their own version of the Statue of Liberty for this themed group exhibition.
Barro Brunido–burnished ceramic–is a tradition as old as Tonaltecan ancestry that Jesus Alvarez and Antonio Mateos are some of the two few remaining masters.
With bright beads and sequins, the followers of Vodou create brilliantly patterned, colored flags that depict the Haitian religion. THANKS San Angel for bringing these...Read More