FEATURED ARTISTS: 
View photos and other media created by artists who have been featured or will be featured during the Frijol Feasts 
community award dinner and/or who will collaborate with the Caldo Collective in the Transient Triangle Project.

MNSTRS
MNSTRS

Marvin Hill, oil on canvas, 1/2014

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FRGPRNZ.jpg

Marvin Hill, oil on canvas, 12/2012

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Untitled.jpg

Marvin Hill, oil on canvas, 12/2014

MNSTRS
MNSTRS

Marvin Hill, oil on canvas, 1/2014

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Boisterous
Boisterous

Diane Vera, Drawing, 3.5' x 7', 2013

Reinvigorated
Reinvigorated

Diane Vera, Drawing, 3.5' x 7', 2013

Expurgating Precariousness
Expurgating Precariousness

Diane Vera, Drawing, 66" x 30", 2013

Boisterous
Boisterous

Diane Vera, Drawing, 3.5' x 7', 2013

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Image of Alex the Trolley Conductor
Image of Alex the Trolley Conductor

Peter Svarzbein, Poster, 2010

Postcard to the future
Postcard to the future

Peter Svarzbein, wheat paste, 25' x 30', 2013

Image of Alex the Trolley Conductor
Image of Alex the Trolley Conductor

Peter Svarzbein, Poster, 2010

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Marvin Hill

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"Art is culture, culture is the exchange of ideas, without such a dialogue there can be little hope of having a healthy community."

 

Marvin was selected to present his grant at "Frijol Feasts Vol. II" to be held on June 1, 2014. 

Visit Marvin's website
HERE and view a sample of Marvin's written work HERE.

Diane Vera

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"Art should matter to the El Paso Community because on our border we have the opportunity to seamlessly blend two different countries with different cultures and through art we can visually communicate who we are as a community."

 

Diane was selected to present her grant at "Frijol Feasts Vol. II" to be held on June 1, 2014.

 

You can find more of Diane's work HERE.

 

Michelle Pacillas

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"Art is an avenue to understanding, developing, and celebrating our unique local culture, which can give us a sense of identity, significance, and pride."

 

Michelle was selected to present her grant at "Frijol Feasts Vol. II" to be held on June 1, 2014.

 

Peter Svarzbein

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"Art matters for El Paso because it can help El Paso understand itself, and through that understanding come to a place of pride and peace about itself and move confidently into the future."

 

Peter was selected to present his grant at "Frijol Feasts Vol. II" to be held on June 1, 2014.

 

You can learn more about Peter's projects HERE, HERE and HERE.

 

 

 

Maximillion Hawkeye Canion

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"Art should matter in the E.P. community, not only because it is a necessity anywhere in the world, but it enriches and stimulates the individual mind and the overall community while exemplifying and portraying the internal and external influence of the community creatively, spiritually, emotionally, and historically to other areas."

 

 

Travis-David Smith

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"Historically, the social and cultural climate in this region has been varied and complex and taking this information and turning it inside out may offer interesting consequences."

 

Travis was selected to present his grant at "Frijol Feasts Vol. I" in March, 2014.

 

 

 

 

Billow
Billow

Travis-David Smith, Mixed media, glue, 36inx32in, 2013

Bedroom Window
Bedroom Window

Travis-David Smith, Branch, stone, found wood, dimensions variable, 2012

Unhinge
Unhinge

Travis-David Smith, found and appropriated ping pong table, house plants, dimensions variable, 2013

Billow
Billow

Travis-David Smith, Mixed media, glue, 36inx32in, 2013

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Andrea Vazquez

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"The El Paso community should care about art because it is an expression of the diversity and creativity of its members."

 

Andrea was selected to present her grant at "Frijol Feasts Vol. I" in March, 2014.

 

 

 

 

Metamorphosis
Metamorphosis

Andrea Vazquez, Project Photo taken by Briseida Ochoa

Metamorphosis
Metamorphosis

Andrea Vazquez, Project Photo taken by Briseida Ochoa

Metamorphosis
Metamorphosis

Andrea Vazqez, Project Photo taken by Briseida Ochoa

Metamorphosis
Metamorphosis

Andrea Vazquez, Project Photo taken by Briseida Ochoa

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Tino Ortega

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"Consciously or subconsciously, art has the power to unify and inspire."

 

Tino was selected to present his grant at "Frijol Feasts Vol. I" in March, 2014.

 

 

 

 

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untitled mural

Tino Ortega, Texas Street, 2013

FRIDA
FRIDA

Tino Ortega, acrylic on canvas, 20" x 30", 2013

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beto (3) small.jpg

Tino Ortega, acrylic on canvas, 18" x 24", 2013

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untitled mural

Tino Ortega, Texas Street, 2013

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