The role of artists and art educators in our society is becoming more important through time. Alicia’s purpose as an artist and educator is to provide skill-based learning to deepen the perception of the surroundings and provide tools to transfer that knowledge to the artwork. She believes that self-expression and creativity can be enhanced through learning effective art techniques and art history. This idea aligns with current scientific research that other artist had currently embrace and broadens the choices that they can make when creating their artwork. By acquiring solid draftsmanship, color theory, paint handling skills, perspective and mostly understanding how other artists create a process to express their personal perspective of our world, they can expand their artistic toolbox and develop their own personal communication method and painting language.
Alicia Mino Gonzalez's recent solo exhibition was held December 7, 2022 - January 15, 2023. A selection of works is available at the gallery as indicated below. For inquiries on all other works show, please Contact Us.
Hear Alicia speak about her work during the Virtual Tour & Talk held on Wednesday, December 21.
Water Dancer, oil on canvas, 40" x 30"
The Earth's Keeper, oil on canvas, 36" x 24"
The Fire Guardian, oil on canvas, 48" x 24" Available
The Mongolian Eagles' King, oil on canvas, 60" x 48"
The Emperor's Tea Trader, mixed media paper kimono, 66" x 28"
Cha Chin I, mixed media, 43" x 23.5"
Cha Chin II, mixed media, 43" x 23.5"
Cha Chin III, mixed media, 43" x 23.5"
Altiplano Girl, oil on panel, 6.5" x 4.5" Available
The Bride's Teapot, acrylic, 5" x 7" Available
Chinese Teapot, oil on panel, 5.5" x 7" Available