Created and Sold by Paz de la Calzada

Paz de la Calzada
Street Murals by Paz de la Calzada seen at Mission District, San Francisco, San Francisco - D & L Mural
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D & L Mural

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D&L Mural found at Mission District, San Francisco is an acrylic and charcoal piece by Paz de la Calzada. It depicts a long, ash-gray hair with a crown hair clip. This site-specific mural perfectly describes the dance studio it graces.

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Paz de la Calzada

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Site-specific drawings and murals

"Paz de la Calzada, a native of Spain, is an artist working in drawing, installation and sculpture. She received a BFA at the University of Salamanca, Spain, and her MFA at UNAM, Mexico City.

Her work has been shown nationally and internationally, including the San Jose Museum of Art, the Palo Alto Art Center, the Berkeley Art Center, the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts in San Francisco, the Union Fenosa Museum and the Fundacion Caixa Galicia in Spain and the Leon Trotsky Museum and the San Angel Cultural Center in Mexico City.

Paz came to the San Francisco Bay Area in 2003 as an Artist in Residence at Djerassi Resident Artist Program. Since then she has been in several residency programs like Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, Millay Colony for the Arts in New York and Valparaiso Foundation in Spain. She is a recipient of a Cultural Equity Grants by the San Francisco Arts Commission and the Academy of Fine Arts Award and the County of La Coruña Grant, both in Spain.

Her current work reflects the artist’s vision of creating art that is playfully in dialogue with the urban space, exploring the relationship between nature and urban environment, daily life and ritual."