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Spanspek 2012 Artist Line-up Revealed!

AAAHHHH!  That's what I feel like nowadays, with the festival looming upon the horizon.  I feel like a giant sphere is hurtling toward me as I try to escape with some rare artifact in hand, meanwhile passing the freshly made corpse of the Peruvian guide who tried to double cross me.  Don't worry though, I make it out alive, and continue to have rollicking adventures with the likes of Shia Labeouf, Sean Connery, and that kid from the Goonies. 

But where was I?  Ah yes, it's time to introduce you to the visual artists that will be exhibiting their work at this years festival! 


Pretty sweet huh?  Below you'll find links to the work of the above artists, as well as a sample.  Please take the time to peruse their sites and get to know them.  They're all super talented and excited to share their work with you!

Matthew and Amie Rangel
http://rangelstudio.com/

"Mourning" - Amie T. Rangel

"Due East over Stokes Mountain" - Matthew Rangel

Mauro Carrera
Facebook


(title unknown)


Sergio Huerta
http://www.huertasergio.blogspot.com/

"Eyes to Thighs"

Jermz Woodard and Katie Oros
http://​pyromobile.deviantart​.com/ - Jermz Woodard
Facebook - Katie Oros

Self portrait - Jermz Woodard

Japanese bell wind chimes - Katie Oros

Christina Galang
Dark Heartz

Rainbow cake charms

Pete Lugo
Facebook

(title unknown)

Johnny Matcham
Facebook

"The Collector"

April Ramos
Facebook

(title unknown)

Cecilia Carrillo
Curator of the Interactive Art Space


Spanspek 2011

Orosi High School Art Department
Orosi High School Website

OHS High School Art Department selected works - 2011

Printmakers College of the Sequoias
College of the Sequoias Website

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