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Mi Casa Gallery
1700 S Congress Ave.
Austin, Texas 78704
(512) 707-9797

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Hours of Operation:
Mon-Thru: 10 am - 6 pm
Fri-Sat: 10am - 8pm
Sun: 12 pm - 5 pm

 

Fine Art Collection

The Fine Art Collection at Mi Casa Gallery offers a wide variety of original oil and acrylic paintings, limited edition prints, and bronze sculptures by American and Mexican contemporary artists including: Michael Earney, Channe Felton, Lisa Fittipaldi, Alfonso Huerta and Victor Gutierrez.

This page contains a brief description and an example of the work of some of the artists who contribute to our Fine Art Collection. If you would like to purchase something from the collection or you would like more information about our fine art collection and artists, please email us or call us at (512) 707-9797 and let us help you. Or, stop by Mi Casa Gallery to see all the works in our current  collection of fine art.


Pablo Huerta

Pablo Huerta was born in 1920 in Iztapalapa, Mexico. He had a passion for sculpture and worked with stone of clay origins. He perfected his skill in the workshops of the great Maestros, Zuniga and Betancurt. At the same time he studied in the famous painting and sculpture school, "a Esmeralda", to learn the technique of drawing.

With Maestro Betancurt, a monumental work of Jose Maria Cordoba (second in command to Bolivar) was created in Medellin, Colombia. "Constitution of 52" was created by Maestros Zuniga and Huerta in El Salvador consisting of sculptures of men and women as peasants, workers, and patriots approximately 10 meters of height.

Maestro Huerta has had more than 30 exhibitions and has received enormous prestige because of his dominance of technique and very personal style.


Alfonso Huerta

A native of Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico, Alfonso Huerta currently resides in Austin, Texas. 

Alfonso Huerta's unique perspective blends an awareness of the beauty of everyday objects with a playful surrealism and lush tropical colors. He paints primarily in egg tempera, beeswax and pastels, and he also does pencil drawings and has produced a limited edition of prints.

Huerta has exhibited in Mexico and has done two sponsored shows for the City of Austin, as well as one at the Dougherty Arts Center, St. Edwards University and a solo exhibition at La Pena Gallery.


Click here to see more of Michael's work.

Michael Earney
Hyperrealism Painter

Since 1993 Michael Earney has been working full time as a professional artist, painting several major series including Puertas de San Cristobal, Projectile Points and Mascaras de Mexico. Michael also has created two limited edition serigraphs as part of Coronado Studio's Serie Point Project; Serie V and Serie IX.

Here's a description of Michael's works in his own words: "These paintings of the overlooked and unusual might present an opportunity for opening to the boundless mystery that surrounds us."


Channe Felton
Austin artist

Channe Felton is a multi-faceted artist, accomplished in figurative and landscape painting. She is also a muralist and theatrical scenic artist. Her media includes oil, acrylic, pastel, watercolor, charcoal and collage. 

Channe is a native born Texan who has also lived in Louisiana and Florida. Her work is influenced by these diverse cultures.

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"Paris Flower Market in December" 
by Lisa Fittipaldi

Framed: 35" x 45", oil on canvas 
$19,995 USD

Lisa Fittipaldi
an artist who happens to be blind

Lisa began painting in the summer of 1995 two years after being told that her blindness was permanent. 

She is a self taught artist who has used her mathematical skills to navigate the canvas. She portrays to the viewer what she refers to as her "Mind's Eye." 

For more information on this phenomenal artist visit her website at  www.lisafittipaldi.com


Martin Gonzalez Perez

Martin Gonzalez Perez was born in Mexico City and has worked as a professional sculptor for more than 20 years. 

He has created a variety of monumental, colossal projects in Acapulco, Mexico City and Altamirano, Guerrero. 

Perez is well regarded as one of Mexico City's finest public artists.



Cast bronze by Victor Gutierrez

29" x 15" 
$3,195 USD

 

Victor Gutierrez

Born in Mexico City, Victor is one of the driving forces in Mexican art today. In fact, his mastery as a sculptor has earned him 
international acclaim, with his works being exhibited and sold throughout the world.

Over two thousand of his unique cast bronze sculptures can be found in private and public collections.



"Las Calabazas" 
by
Gloria Fuentes de Muñoz
  
 

"Sandia" 
by Pico (Fernando Resendiz)

  
 

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