Don't miss the exhibit on the first floor curated by Kathy Vargas titled "A Woman's Place is..." and see my 9x24 foot mixed media work from the 1990's.

Victoria Suescum 

Visit "Icons & Symbols of the Borderland" at Centro de Artes (101 S. Santa Rosa Ave.) for a fantastic group show by artists from San Antonio to El Paso.

And if you happen to be at the Weston Centre, check out my painting in "Lone Star Presents..."  112 E. Pecan St.

​​​​Growing up in Panama there were no art museums. Instead, my native visual environment  is hand painted signage with imagery created by non-academically taught artists. These can be found in the Spanish speaking portions of the Americas, including San Antonio where I have lived since 1988. I love the vernacular signage: their odd color combinations, strange perspective and wild shifts in scale. I adopt these qualities in my own work morphing the images into new and personal combinations.  For the past twenty years my work has explored the painting style of signage with imagery on the walls of shops (tiendas) such as beauty parlors, hardware stores, butcher shops and auto repair shops.

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My Artwork is on view at four different venues in San Antonio. Visit a solo show of bright paintings and seductive plastic assemblages at AnArte Gallery's "Joyful Jungle." Show will be up till August 30. At the corner of Sunset & Broadway