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Jim Covarrubias

Artist consummate, a Renaissance man who began his first murals in Phoenix in 1978. He is a visionary whose efforts to promote the Hispanic and Native American cultures of the Southwest have produced the MARS. Gallery, Ariztlan, Inc., the Cesar Chavez Museum, and an on-going series of public murals. The host of a local cable television series, Valley Arts, the Arts Editor of Indian Country Today, and now the principal artist for his own studio. He is a native Arizonan with a profound sense of spirituality and wisdom of ancient traditions which he combines with an expansive knowledge of modem art, Jim recieved both a Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts from Arizona State University.

Yaqui Deer Dancer
76" X 62" - acrylic on canvas, 1997
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