Renown El Paso, Texas artist Hal Marcus showcases 75 works of art inspired by his family in this 80 page full color art book. This book tells the ongoing story of a harlequin family living in the circus city within our universal imagination. Through the love and passion of his art, he has collaborated with his family to create this publication, which is sure to inspire all who are young at heart. Enjoy.
HAL MARCUS EL PASO ARTHOUSE
Gallery owner for fifteen years, specializing in local border art. Marcus' works depict the bright colors of living along the border of El Paso and Juarez. His figurative style has become iconic and synonymous with the border region.
Hal Marcus A R T B O O K
The first published book on the artwork of Hal Marcus.
80 full color pages. 86 paintings.
Enjoy a vibrant selection of Marcus' most recent paintings.
Great for gift giving. A must for Hal Marcus collectors!
Signed Books are for sale at the Gallery. Prices are: $45 soft cover & $60 hard cover
NINE SEASONS: BEYOND 2012 A MANUAL OF ANCIENT AZTEC AND MAYAN WISDOM
By Author Carlos Aceves
Carlos Aceves, born in 1954, has a Bachelors of Arts in journalism and a Master of Education in educational psychology. He is a bilingual teacher at Canutillo Elementary School in Texas and coordinates the Xinachtli Project for the indigenous Cultures Institute, teaching young children using Mesoamerican pedagogy. Carlos has presented at national conferences and various universities across the country. He formally began learning indigenous spirituality in 1980 from maestro Jesus Ventura and maestro Paola Juarez. Later he traveled to Mexico, studying with several maestros of the Nahuatl and Mayan traditions. He has published in educational journals, chapters in texts for teacher education, and is author of novel Diadema, published by Floricanto Press. His Nahuatl name is Yolohuitzcalotl, which means “Crow with a hummingbird for a heart.”
The art for the cover was created by Hal Marcus.
It is a re-creation of a Pre-Conquest Aztec Codex.