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Framed Amado Pena Laguna Gloria 1984 Festival Poster Native American Art
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Framed Amado Pena Laguna Gloria 1984 Festival Poster Native American Art

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Style : [Impressionism]
Size : [22x32]
Subject : [Architecture & Cityscape]
Artist : [Amado Pena]
Date of Creation : [1970-1989]
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Framed Amado Pena Laguna Gloria 1984 Festival Poster Native American Art This is a vintage poster from Fiesta, An annual arts and craft celebration. Sponsored by The Womens guild of Laguna Gloria Art Museum in 1984 It is featuring art by Amado M. Pena that is titled "A Celebration". The poster is 33” x 22” and the actual image is 24.25” x 18” In nice Copper Tone Metal Frame. Good Condition. It does show very light foxing and minor age discoloration throughout the white border. Small water stain in bottom Left Corner. Please see photos. About the Artist Amado M. Peña, Jr. was born in Laredo, Texas of Mexican/Indian heritage. He discovered a love of art at a young age and earned many awards during his early years. A distinguished graduate of Laredo Junior College, Peña went on to earn Bachelor's and Master's degrees in art from what was then Texas A & I University in Kingsville, Texas. Peña's father encouraged him to get a "real job" so he taught art in Texas public schools for several years; but the call to create are was too strong, so in 1980 he gave up teaching and returned to painting. Today Peña's distinctive style of southwest art and Mestizo image is known throughout the world and his work is part of the permanent collection at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. Recognized as an Artisan of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona, Peña is dedicated to furthering the public's knowledge and interest in the Tribe, its art, its history, and its culture. _gsrx_vers_586 (GS 6.8 (586))