Art Exhibitions

Winner of the 2014 All Souls Procession Poster Art Contest!

I entered my painting All Souls Procession into 2014 All Souls Procession (ASP) Poster Art Contest. The piece was on display at the Arches Building on Toole Ave during the month of October. When I painted this piece in 2012, It was because I was inspired by all the different kinds of souls (living and dead) that come out every… Read more →

Nuestra Corazon

Arte De La Vida made eight spaces available in their store for ofrendas and invited anyone in Tucson to participate. My partner Melissa & I  decided to make a more non-traditional version of an ofrenda in honor of both of our families passed. An Ofrenda is an altar that is built during Dia de los Muertos to honor those who… Read more →

Los Antepasados

The gals at Popcycle are a second family to me, and I was so excited when they asked me to have a solo show at the store for the Dia de los Muertos season this year! I called the show Los Antepadados which means The ancestors in spanish. When I paint in dia de los muertos I love to give… Read more →

Fall/Winter 2013 Art Show Schedule:

Fall in Tucson is beautiful, inspiring and full of great events and gatherings. I have art showing at several locations over the next few months and thought I’d share them with you all, in case you’re out and about around town. Also, Check out my recent Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/Cu4D9 Tohono Chul Park Gallery “Dia De los Muertos” group show; runs through… Read more →

Dia de Los Muertos at Tohono Chul Park

My artpiece, Las Gitanas was accepted to show in Tohono Chul Park’s Dia De Los Muertos group show that runs through November 10, 2013. The opening reception was last night, Friday the 13th and it was amazing to see and meet so many folks. It was a blast! If you have time, head up to see the show and enjoy… Read more →

Por El Sol in Montevideo, Uruguay

Melo Dominguez “Por El Sol” Acrylic on canvas 3.75ft x 5.8ft  March, 2013 This piece is representative of all that I strive to promote and speak about through my artwork and service projects. The Mexican free-tail bats underneath Campbell bridge inspired me; the female bats migrate from Mexico to give birth to pups here in the U.S. During my projects… Read more →

The Art of All Possibilities at Biosphere 2

In November 2012, The Rillito River Project invited the artists from Art Lab to install artwork at Biosphere 2 (B2) for an exhibition called The Art of All Possibilities. It was wonderful for me to be reunited with everyone I built great relationships with during the 2011 Art Lab. We arrived a week prior to the opening to begin installing… Read more →