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Mi oeste perdido is a current series that incorporates photo imagery from Ansel Adams and Edward S. Curtis, and the artist's informal shots of New Mexico, Arizona, and San Diego. The landscape paintings are created by using only three pigments: carbon black, titanium white, and yellow ochre. More paintings are available as well as prints.

 

"The works in Mi oeste perdido ask viewers to recognize how history elides the indigenous, Spanish colonial, Mexican and American trajectories that intersect in the desert of the Southwest. Thus the solitude of the desert is no longer an ephemeral experience, but instead a collective process where meaning is always dialogic and constructed. This construction is one that offers beauty that arises from the most basic of themes, colors and languages."

:: Adrian Arancibia
2007

:: mi oeste perdido | my lost west
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Click here for larger image and more information The Navahos
Triptych / 48"W x 36"H each
Acrylic on Canvas
2004
$12,000
Prints available>>
Click here for larger image and more information La tronada (Thunderstorm)
Acrylic/Canvas
40" H x 50"W
2006
$8000
Click here for larger image and more information La lluvia (Rain)
Acrylic/Canvas
40"H x 50"W
2006
$8000
Click here for larger image and more information El mediodia (Noon)
Acrylic/Canvas
40"H x 50"W
2006
$8000
Click here for larger image and more information El ocaso (Sunset)
Acrylic/Canvas
40"H x 50"W
2006
$8000
Click here for larger image and more information El alba, Acoma (Daybreak at Acoma)
Acrylic/Canvas
40"H x 50"W
2006
$8000

Please contact the artist for availability of artwork and prints from this series.