Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month

15 Artworks

Uprise Art celebrates Latinx and Hispanic Heritage Month with a collection of artwork by five artists from this diverse and rich community. From expressive, painterly pieces to graphic and mixed media works, each of these varied works represents the artists’ unique perspectives and practices.

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Been Around by David Esquivel
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That tale of endless miles of sun 19 by Xochi Solis
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Cluster (Rabbit Ears, Grass, Candy Cane) by Diana Delgado
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Agave by RF. Alvarez
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Crossing all dimensions by Xochi Solis
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Wonderland XIII by Elisa Gomez
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Bow Study with Pants by Diana Delgado
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Monument by RF. Alvarez
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The More You're Near by David Esquivel
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That tale of endless miles of sun 5 by Xochi Solis
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Wonderland Paper Study III by Elisa Gomez
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Candy Cane Cluster (Study I) by Diana Delgado
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That tale of endless miles of sun 39 by Xochi Solis
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Wonderland X by Elisa Gomez
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Amid Tumult N. 6 by Carmen Vela

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