Thursday, October 30, 2014

16th Anniversary Installation at Seattle Art Museum


Part of the crew installing the sculpture and sand painting designed by Fulgencio at the Seattle Art Museum. Photo by Catherine Anstett

Photo by Catherine Anstett

Photo by Catherine Anstett

A view of the finished installation. Photo by Catherine Anstett 


Fulgencio led a team of fellow artists, community volunteers and teens from Seattle World School to create an installation at the Seattle Art Museum to celebrate Day of the Dead. The exhibit will be on display through November 7th and can been seen during regular museum hours. On Thursday, October 30th there will be an opening event, Community Night Out, with live music by Banda Gozona, dancers from Grupo Cultural Oaxaqueno and tamales, of course. The event is free and open to the public. Here's the link. http://seattleartmuseum.org/visit/calendar/events?EventId=29235. Hope you will join us.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Remembering those who have passed away

Day of the Dead is approaching and Fulgencio is planning installations at the Seattle Art Museum (his 16th annual), at Tacoma Art Museum, at Mighty Tieton (in eastern Washington), at El Centro de la Raza, at Seattle Center, and several other local venues.

One of Fulgencio's drawings in preparation for the installation at the Tacoma Art Museum in celebration of the Day of the Dead

Here are the links:

Tacoma Art Museum's 10th Anniversary of Day of the Dead  http://www.tacomaartmuseum.org/Page.aspx?nid=489

Seattle Art Museum 16th Annual Day of the Dead Celebration
http://seattleartmuseum.org/visit/calendar/events?EventId=29235

Mighty Tieton http://mightytieton.com/

El Centro de la Raza http://www.elcentrodelaraza.org/events/event/dia-de-los-muertos-day-of-the-dead-exhibit-opening-november-1-2014/

Artwork by Jesus Mena for Seattle Center celebration
Seattle Center Festal Celebration http://seattlecenter.com/festal/detail.aspx?id=19

Monday, September 22, 2014

Fulgencio teams up to promote Binational Health Week

Fulgencio partnered with several national health organizations and the Consulate of Mexico in Seattle to promote a healthy, active lifestyle. He was honored to have his original acrylic, titled Triciclo, chosen for this binational campaign, as it will appear on posters and written materials throughout the US and Mexico during the next month or so.
 

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Nuevas obras del taller/Recent work from the studio

 
Fortuna de hilos, acrylic on canvas, 150 x 100 cm.




Como siempre Fulgencio esta trabajando duro en su
taller con unas ideas nuevas. Aqui pueden apreciar
algo de lo mas reciente.



Fulgencio is hard at work, as usual, in his studio on several new ideas. Here are several of his latest works for you to check out.


Abanico, acrylic on wood, 81 x 61 cm

Cosecha de botones, Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 80
 
Esperanza del verano, acrylic on canvas, 150 x 200 cm.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Fulgencio prepares for third solo show in 3 months


Voces del silencio, Acrylic on wood, 48" x 48" 


‘The Cadence of Restless Feet: Recent Works by Fulgencio Lazo” opens Tuesday, June 23rd, on view through August 16th, artist reception, Wednesday, June 25th, 5-7 PM

Fulgencio will exhibit  his artwork at M. Rosetta Hunter Art Gallery at Seattle Central Community College, June 23 through August 16. A reception will be held June 25, 5-7 PM, in the gallery.
“The Cadence of Restless Feet” includes more than a dozen brightly-colored, whimsical acrylics on canvas and on wood produced within the last six months. Lazo, a native of the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, draws on the rich imagery of indigenous festivals, with their processions, larger-than-life puppets, brass bands and masked dancers to evoke a sense of celebration, of uplifting and hope. The figures our outlined in bold strokes of abstracted lines and placed upon complex backgrounds that are meticulously composed with layer upon layer of transparencies, until they explode in deep reds, violets, and incandescent yellows. The figurative narrative is present, but the elements are synthesized, transformed into more abstracted, and as such, more universal symbols. The pieces have a certain sense of humanity about them and reflect the artist’s commitment to making work that has a purpose and gives hope.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

SOLO SHOW IN COYOACAN, MEXICO/ CELEBRATE WORLD ART DAY











Fulgencio is in Mexico to open two concurrent solo shows--one at Galeria Indigo in Valle de Bravo, in the state of Mexico and the other in Mexico City for World Art Day. Galeria Indigo produced a 50-page color catalog of his most recent works for the show, titled The Music of Wings. If you are interested in a copy of the catalog, feel free to send us a comment and we will mail you one. The catalog includes an essay by Jorge Pech on Fulgencio's latest works.