Join Ernesto Sanchez, multi-media and multicultural artist, as he discusses his creative path as a ceremonial and visual artist during his virtual art reception. This online event, organized by the Dance Palace Art Committee, will feature a conversation with the artist discussing several pieces, followed by a Q&A session. Preregistration is required for this free talk.
Ernesto Sanchez’s work is mixed media and multicultural, incorporating influences from his Southern California childhood, his Mexican-American upbringing, his artistic studies in Asia and Indonesia, and his many years performing, teaching, and collaborating with artists throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, and Asia. Ernesto has been living and making art in West Marin for over four decades.
Working with symbolism, myths, stories from ancient cultures, his art blends these into a new expression of old and new, east and west. His goal is to create pieces that act as portals for the spirit and vehicles for personal discovery.
"Sign up if you’d like to hear about how this Southern Californian boy ended up in the Bay Area working in experimental theater for decades then shifting into the visual and ceremonial arts." -Ernesto