Category Archives: Art




Art for Change: March 1, 2013 6pm to 8pm

I will be donating a 12.5 x 12.5″ framed giclee print  of  “Songbird in Three Seconds” Valued at $300 to Art for Change, at Cafe Gabriela, benefiting The DREAMers Fund started by the Transnational Institute for Grassroot Research and Action (TIGRA), which supports undocumented youth who are eligible for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA or DA) but whose family can not carry the entire burden of paying for the application and legal service fees (which can be an upwards of $1,000).

There will be food, performances and art for sale!

If you have any questions or know folks that may want to donate, please contact Ivonne Quiroz at Deadline for art submissions is February 15th


Frozen in Flight 24” x 24” Acrylic and silver leaf on wood panel 2011

$725 (SOLD)

Songbird in Three Seconds 24” x 24” Acrylic and gold leaf on wood panel 2011

The nature of birds is to fly. There are no borders, no restrictions, only that of which we impose.

$725 Original
$165 Giclée

Making the Journey Home 24” x 24” Acrylic and gold leaf on wood panel 2010

Home could be near or far. We carry things with us on our journey: physical weight, others who are with us, representations of what may be ourselves.

$725 (SOLD)

The Ride to Portsmouth Square 17.5” x 22” Acrylic on wood panel 2010

Early 1960’s carnival in Portsmouth Square, San Francisco.

$700 (SOLD)

Caballeros de Dimas Alang 17.5” x 22” Acrylic on wood panel 2010

My father was a member the fraternity called Caballeros de Dimas-Alang. It was a fraternity formed by Filipino men in San Francisco in the 1920s and named in honor of Jose Rizal, the Filipino whose revolutionary writings inspired the fight to end Spanish colonial rule in the Philippines. Dimas-Alang was Jose Rizal’s pen name.