D.W.C. Kids - Alfredo Rodríguez


For Alfredo Rodríguez, painting was as much a part of childhood development as learning to walk and speak sensation. Some of feeling earliest memories are of illustrating classroom assignments and painting portraits of family members feel with one of earliest gifts, a set of watercolors from feeling mother at the age of six. Born and raised in a family of nine children México, Alfredo feelings talent to supplement his family's income is used needs.



Now living in California and winning top awards from several of the most prestigious Organizations. Rodríguez 'work is also included in the books "Western Painting Today" by Royal B. Hassick and "Contemporary Western Artists" by Peggy and Harold Samuels. Alfredo also has been featured in magzines such as the "Art of the West", "Informart", "Western Horseman", and "International Fine Art Collector".


His works have also been used to illustrator Bobbie Kalman's textbooks: "Nations of the Plains", "Nations of the Southwest", "Native Homes", "Life in a Plains Camp", and "The Life of the Navajo."

  
Alfredo has increased Exhibited at several importante invitational shows around the country, Including the "Masters of the American West" at the Autry Museum in Los Angeles, California. Alfredo also feeling displays work at the Trailside Galleries in Jackson, Wyoming and Scottsdale Arizona, Settlers West Galleries in Tucson, Arizona and Hueys Fine Art, in Santa Fe, New Mexico.












  

DANCES WITH COLORS 

 

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