CHAC South Presents:
Artist: Felipe Dominguez, Armando Montano, Aaron Nuanez, Olivia Martinez, Jerry Rael
Date: Friday, October 6th
Time: 6PM – 10PM
Music provided by Jon Romero Y Amanecer
Time: 6PM – 10PM
FREE open to the public
Featured CHAC Members
Myths, symbols, and legends permeate all languages, cultures and lives. The influence mythology has in our most basic traditions can be observed in the language, customs, rituals, values and morals of every culture. One way of understanding a culture is to study the underlying mythological beliefs, the symbols used to represent myths, and understanding the legends of a culture. Such an exploration leads to a greater understanding of the essence of a culture. I try to express the myths, symbols, and legends of ancient cultures through my art.
CHAC Member, Founding Father
Stevon Lucero paints his profound visions with power and beauty. Visions of Metarealism and Pre-Columbian imagery, Smaller quick pieces are not only affordable, but priced to sell.
Daniel Luna and Lunapparel have creative new Pots Paintings and athletic wear
Robert Martinez has fantastic new visions as he captures the beauty of the Native spirit.
Joe Martinez will be hanging new inspirational photos from his travels along the Southwest, with prints postcards and a variety of cards available.
CHAC Member, Board President
Tony Ankele has inspirational new pieces and prints available
I am inspired by the diverse layers of the past hidden beneath layers of paint in our cities and the possibility of change and the vibrancy that change brings
Mpek unveils his is new canvas pieces, This is a MUST see if you have not had the chance to see yet