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Criselda Lopez

Criselda Lopez is an El Paso, Texas based artist with a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts and a Master’s in Education. She has been exhibiting and working in her jewelry for more than fifteen years. Her jewelry has been exhibited in Jeweler’s Werk Galerie in Washington, Velvet DaVinci Gallery in San Francisco and Museo Franz Mayer in Mexico City.


Phillip Romero

Ceramicist, previously Teaching Assistant at the University of Texas at El Paso, and taught ceramics workshops at the Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts and Centennial Museum, UTEP.
Ceramics, Tour + Studio


Haydee Alonso

MFA, Royal College of Art and BFA, University of Texas at El Paso. Recipient of Art Matters Foundation Grant, New York, and MCAD’s Artist Incubator Program Grant. Exhibited nationally and internationally in France, Germany, Portugal and United Kingdom. Instructor for EPMA’s Neighborhood Kids program.
Jewelry, Sculpture, Tour + Studio


Cynthia Gutierrez-Krapp

AAS, Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC. Studied traditional beading at the American Indian Community House in NYC. Window Display Artist for Purl Soho, Anthropologie and American Girl place in NYC. Taught group and private classes in NYC and El Paso in knitting, weaving and bead weaving. Created Pins & Needles when returned to El Paso a year ago and is now selling her creations at the EPMA shop. Created Aghaaˈ Hat Co.


Cynthia Evans

BFA, University of Texas at El Paso. Exhibited locally and nationally in Albuquerque and Chicago.
Printmaking, Mixed Media, Bookbinding, Tour + Studio


Corina Bualle

BA, University of Texas at El Paso. Art instructor at St. Joseph’s School and Instructor for EPMA’s Neighborhood Kids program.
Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Tour + Studio


Michael Nelson

BA, University of Texas at El Paso. Designed Gifted and Talented programs, after school courses, summer camps, hands-on field trips, and competitions focused on STEAM integration. Presenter at local at state educational conferences on varying topics such as hands-on creative classroom activities, team-building exercises, library makerspaces, and has trained teachers on the use of 3D printers and robotics. Currently serves as Lead Steam Instructor at Fab Lab El Paso.
3D Printing


Briseida Ochoa

BFA, University of Texas at El Paso. Printmaker and Painter. Previous Teaching Artist Workshop Instructor at the Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts, Centennial Museum, El Paso Downtown Art and Farmers Market. Printmaking, Photography, Mixed Media, Tour + Studio.


Ivan Calderon

Born in El Paso, TX. 1988. BFA in Painting & Drawing, University of Texas at El Paso. Exhibited nationally in New York and in Texas. Previous teaching artist experience at Creative kids -OLO Gallery, Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts.


Edgar Picazo

BA, University of Texas at El Paso. Local and international photographer, having his first solo exhibition in Warsaw, Poland, 2015.
Photography, Tour + Studio


Leticia Luevanos

MFA, Rutgers University and a BFA, Southern Methodist University. Exhibited in New Jersey, New York, California, Arizona, and Texas. Recipient of MCAD’s Artist Incubator Program.
Ceramics, Mosaics


Candie Printz

BA, University of Texas at El Paso. Recipient of MCAD’s Community Arts Project Grant. Founder of It’s Your World Project. National winner Barnes and Noble’s Get Going Day with Chelsea Clinton Contest.
Mixed Media, Sculpture, Mosaics


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