November has become the month to showcase UTEP’s growing art department and its two newest professors – Angel Cabrales and Jess Tolbert.
One of the most anticipated highlights on El Paso’s arts calendar has arrived: Tom Lea Month, four weeks of events celebrating the city’s greatest artist.
Endangered species native to the desert region have not only come to life in the city’s latest public art piece; they’ve come alive in a larger-than-life mural.
“Luis Jimenez is one of the most accomplished El Paso artists, receiving recognition nationally and abroad,” El Paso Museum of Art director Victoria Ramirez said about the late artist, whose sculpture was voted Best Public Art. “Los Lagartos is an ideal blending of our community’s history an…
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