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Amado Peña Video
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Spirits Of The Southwest- The Art Work Of Amado Peña
Internationally renowned artist Amado Peña Is one of the favorite artists of Ralph Thomas.
Amado is a Mestizo or Mexican and Yaqui ancestry. His art celebrates
the strength of a people who meet the harsh realities of life
in an uncompromising land, and his work is a tribute to the
Native Americans who survive by living in harmony with an adversarial,
untamed environment. His artwork is inspired by places such
as Canyon de Chelly, Spider Rock, Monument Valley, Enchanted
Mesa, Acoma, and Black Mesa. These sites are part of an enduring
landscape that speaks of the ancient heritage of a region that
is now known as Arizona and New Mexico. Amado's artwork is defined
by its bold color and form and dynamic composition. Through
his art, he communicates his vision of a land, its people and
Amado Peña is recognized as an Artisan of the Pascua
Yaqui Tribe of Arizona. This is a particularly high honor and
one that he cherishes. He is dedicated to furthering the public's
knowledge and interest in the Tribe, its art, its history, and
Monument Valley, Spider Rock, Enchanted Mesa are names that evoke an aura of mystery and legends. Storied sites in the American Southwest, they also shape the dramatic backgrounds for the culturally rich imagery found in the paintings of Mexican/Yaqui artist Amado Pena. Using bold color, striking forms, dynamic composition and the iconic faces that have distinguished his work for years, Pena has created, with his Pony, a tribute to the horses he has known, past and present. Resin, Measures 6", Artist: Amado Pena
TURN YOUR TV, COMPUTER AND/OR NOTEBOOK INTO AN ART STUDIO
Spirit of the Southwest DVD
The Art of Amado M. Peña, Jr.
Music by Mary Youngbloody
Length: 63 Minutes - Set for Continuous Play
Turns your TV, Laptop and/or Computer Into A Pena Art Gallery
Peña's work is the essence of the Southwest, with bold colors, forms and dynamic composition that capture a vision of a people, a land, and its art. Abstractions of the landscape merge with exaggerated human forms; blanket and pottery patterns further echo the shapes of the land.
Mary Youngblood was a Grammy Award Winner in 2003 for the vibrant release Beneath The Raven Moon. Many of the songs on that album and songs from her other releases, The Offering, Heart of the World, and Feed the Fire accompany The Art of Amado M. Peña, Jr.