El Moises

El Moises

FaraHNHeight
Fine Arts represents
El Moises

Every Hispanic community in the Southwestern United States has a centrally-located space that functions as a vehicle for aspiring and established local artists to display their work. This Casa de la Raza (house of the people) oftentimes doubles as a community center or space for political debate, perhaps a polling place. If it’s happening in the community and pertains to the community, the walls of the Casa provide a forum.

This past Saturday, Taos may well have gotten its next Casa de la Raza in the form of local painter El Moisés’ Immaculate Heart gallery. The Mexican-born, Phoenix-raised artist christened his space with a daytime meet & greet with a local political candidate who provided free posole, biscochitos, and other goodies before launching the opening of his auspiciously-located art gallery. Later that evening, the crowd was a cosmopolitan and smartly-dressed group of art lovers soaking up the images of an artist in complete control of his powers, clearly poised to permanently add to the lush visual fabric of Taos.

Artwork by El Moises
Artwork by El Moises
Artwork by El Moises
Artwork by El Moises
Artwork by El Moises
Artwork by El Moises
Artwork by El Moises
Artwork by El Moises
Artwork by El Moises
Artwork by El Moises

For personalized assistance and inquires about purchasing fine art from one of our artists