Close to 100 Hispanic artists have broadly ranging artworks, sculptures, paintings, drawings and prints on display at 147 East Adams in downtown Phoenix, Arizona.
The 5400 square foot center will host live performances as well as classes as diverse as tamale cooking and salsa dance lessons. Their gift shop runs the gamut from nearly Japanese flavored masks by Zarco Guerrero to CD’s featuring the work of contemporary Latin American musicians.
Ignacio Furias’s mixed media painting is flawless in its design and execution. A particularly compelling metal and granite sculpture titled Life Without Parole is by Edward Diaz .
Their website is www.alacaz.org
Corinne Cain of www.SavvyCollector.com