Vincent Valdez to give Community Talk


Requeim, pencil/paper, 42″ x 83″, 2012


Valdez grew up in San Antonio, TX and demonstrated talent for drawing at an early age. He received a full scholarship to The Rhode Island School of Design where he earned his BFA in 2000. In 2004 at age 26, Stations, Valdez’s suite of monumental charcoal drawings, was shown at the McNay Museum in Texas. He was the youngest artist to have a solo exhibition at the McNay. Exhibition venues include: The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Snite Museum of Art, The Frye Museum, The Mexican Museum of National Art ,Chicago, The Parsons Museum in Paris, The Smithsonian Museum of American Art, OSDE Buenos Aires, The Laguna Art Museum, The Bell Gallery at Brown University and others. A recipient of the Skowhegan School of Painting ’05 and The Vermont Studio Center ’11, and the Kunstlerhaus Bethania Berlin Residency ‘14, Vincent currently resides and works in Firestation #15, his restored 1928 Firestation San Antonio, TX.

Vincent Valdez in in the studio this week to create a new print. He will be giving a community talk at the Western Branch of the St. Joseph County Public Library at 2pm on Saturday May 17th. 611 Lombardi Dr. South Bend, IN 46619 | 574.282.4639

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