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Galeria Pacifico del Arte


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Galeria Pacifico del Arte Puerto Vallarta

Galeria Pacifico del Arte opened on Nov. 27th, 1987, with a collective exhibition of the works of 27 artists. However, I have decided to celebrate the Big Day on November 28th, to coincide with Puerto Vallarta’s weekly Wednesday Art Walk. 

Galeria Pacifico presents an eclectic blend of sculptures and paintings mostly by Mexican artists as well some foreigners living and working in Mexico. The second oldest gallery in town, has been open for 23 years, and is starting its 24th Season with new and fresh additions such Angel Pahuamba, a new artist with Galeria Pacifico who has been showing his work in San Miguel de Allende, but lives in Morelia, Michoacan. Roberto Vazquez, whose intriguing work, seems to evoke the typical art of Oaxaca. Vallarta’s great master, Ramiz Barquet has a large display of sculptures, including the renowned “Nostalgia.” and the “Fisherman Isidro”. The widely talented, Brewster Brockmann with his sculptures and paintings by him, combines in a sublime way the nearly impossible fusion of naif and contemporary art. The multifaceted Hugo Barajas, whose work in fused glass have been a breath of fresh air in the local art scene, without forgetting the artistic sensibility of David Leonardo, whose work attracts us by its magnificent color and its characteristic and unique style. Alfredo Langarica, whose work combines the highest painting ability with a multi-layered artistic sensibility with an absolutely world class sense of humor. The spiritual beauty, eroticism and sensuality reflected in the sculptures of Laura Rubio is exemplified in pieces such as “It takes Two to Tango”. The incidence of light on the surfaces of natural environments, the delicate and subtle composition of lights and shadows, present in all environments of nature, is alive and effulgent in the paintings of Cuban artist Lorenzo Ruiz, which capture the eye of the spectator with their brilliance of color and rich composition.