Puerto Rico Art, Puerto Rican Art

Many of my best customers are from Puerto Rico.  I love Puerto Rico and on my brief trip to there I brought back many visual memories I wanted to put into my art.  Puerto Rico is a wonderful place and I will go back.  Some of the things that struck me, and appartently most people who visit Puerto Rico were the Maga Flowers, El Morro, the colorful houses, the Taino, the Vejigante.

 I worked hard to capture the spirit, colors and life of Puerto Rico.  The El Morro painting is one that does just that.  All of my original paintings from Puerto Rico have sold.  The fine prints are still available and are still very popular.  I intend on returning to Puerto Rico very soon.

If you have anything special from Puerto Rico that you would like me to capture in a painting please write me and let me know.  Below please find the works I have done for Puerto Rico.El Moro Painting

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  4. Cachito Says:

    “If you have anything special from Puerto Rico that you would like me to capture in a painting please write me and let me know.”

    If you could somehow capture my wife and son along the southern coast or the sunsets over the Caribbean Sea …

  5. Adrian Says:

    I would like to see maybe some work on Puerto Rican diaspora or maybe on El grito de Lares or maybe some of the images from El Grito de Jayuya which are all important events from the peoples history… the coqui and the moro are definatly puerto rican symbols but they are over used and are very much San Juan centric… check out some of the more rural parts of puerto rico like Utuado or Ponce maybe you will find the golden coqui

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