Marcos Antonio Gómez Born in Los Angeles and currently living in Prosser, Marcos Antonio Gómez was inspired by the currently political climate to create works that celebrate the culture of Mexico. Gómez began drawing from the age of 8, and took several art classes in college, both in the United States and Mexico which sharped his skills. His work highlights the iconography of Mexico such as combining to symbols like corn, a food found in every meal, and the Virgen de Guadalupe.
Amanda Ontiveros Amanda Ontiveros started drawing as a teenager, and painting in 2012 while attending Yakima Valley Community College. While studying, she earned a wide variety of juried and academic awards each year. Graduated from YVCC in 2015. She is currently at Central Washington University earning BFA and teaching painting classes and an exhibiting member at the Yakima Maker Space. Ontiveros has been in several galleries, such as Larson Gallery and the Oak Hollow Gallery and has an upcoming sculpture exhibit in the Yakima Maker Space Gallery, on April 1st. A Self-taught painter, she focuses on the sensual nature of art, aiming to depict the contemplation of life and death through color, texture, and symbolism. Her work always tries to portray and understand death as a part of life and embracing her heritage and culture through her art. She embraces the customary practices of commemorating our lost loved ones through the Day of Dead in her art.
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