Artist's description:

Wandering around the Zocalo, Mexico City's enormous colonial era plaza, makes me a little unsteady on my feet. It could be due to the cold, tart micheladas with lunch or because the streets undulate after centuries of shifting foundations. Maybe it's the way each block is its own microcosm--one may boast roving mariachis; another is helmed by a crowded comal where a woman pats out little blue corn ovals. A third block may have a clandestine industry of street margaritas, the vendors playing a game of telephone then scattering when the police are near.

Or it might be the cacophony of color and type--Mexico City's unique graphic style. This painting is inspired by the graceful, slightly decayed, but always colorful signage of Mexico City's historic district.

There is too much of Mexico's capital to capture it in full. But I will keep trying!

Medium: Watercolor on 140 lb (300 gsm) acid free watercolor paper
Size: 9 inches by 11.5 inches


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Mexico City Hotels (2016)


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