Mexic-Arte Museum is happy to welcome Austin-Based artist, Carmen Rangel, as one of the muralist creating a mural to coincide with the opening of Mexic-Arte Museum’s exhibition “Expresiones de Mexico, Arte de la Gente / Art of the People.”
Mexic-Arte Museum is happy announce our newest mural, “Somos Ellas,” by artists Víctor Meléndez and Tavo Garavato. This mural brings awareness to the violence against women and serves to empower […]
As part of the ELA 26: Histories of Transformation / Historias de Transformación a new mural has been commissioned by the San Antonio based muralist Kat Cadena for Mexic-Arte Museum’s 5th street mural wall. This mural focuses on the Náhuatl flowering land Xochitlalpan.
Amado Castillo III and Amado Castillo IV Lead to Live , depicts a tri-colored background reminiscent of the Mexican flag. An ever-growing Austin skyline on the left green section is shown with prominent construction cranes that take up as much space as each iconic building.
Alonso and Gus Estrada and Jenn Contreras, The Ofrenda Mural, Acrylic, 42’ x 14‘ – This colorful mural depicts a family setting up an ofrenda – a table of offerings- featuring food and treats for deceased family members. In the background, the deceased line up to receive their offerings, pan de muerto, tamales, candies, fruits, beverages and other treats. At the top of the painting, calaveras can be seen participating in the festivities. symbolizing the cycle of life and death.