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                                                                                 Ranchitos

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Works seen below were executed in Acrylic on Canvas (A/C), unless otherwise indicated.

Date of Creation for artworks and original Copyright will precede official date with the abbreviations (dc/©).

The following is a portfolio presentation of past collected works.

© 2018 All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized use prohibited.

 


'Til Dusk Covers

Over My Land

36" x  48"

dc/© 1997 

                        Cocks Fighting

 Under the Tree

 30" x  40"

dc/© 1990

Ranchito de la Tierra

Colorada

38" x  48"

dc/© 1991


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Unauthorized use of this image prohibited without the express permission of the Artists.

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Ranchito Unión

42" x  52"

dc/© 2003

Private Commission - Private Collection

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

This piece is close to my heart and

deserving of special recognition. 

My deepest gratitude to my Patrons,

who trusted in me and my work for so

many years and finally for their dream painting.   

Celina Hinojosa


Ranchito Escondido

48" x  54"

dc/© 1996

Still, In Reverence

36" x  48"

dc/© 1998


Dragonfly on Barbed Wire

30" x  30"

dc/© 2002

Homage to Prickly Pear

20" x  24"

dc/© 2001


 

 Cantinas 

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Reyna's Cantina

36" x  48"

dc/© 1991

The Accordionist at

Reyna's Cantina

acrylic on illustration board

24" x  36"

dc/© 1990

La Cantante

36" x  48"

dc/© 1992



             La Cantinera

                pastel on paper

               19.5" x  25.5"

             dc/© 1992

              A Look From Above

              pastel on paper

              19.5" x  25.5"

              dc/© 1992



                    La Cantinera

                        30" x  36"

                      dc/© 1996

 

                                     Arrimate Mi Chula

                                  acrylic & water soluble oils on canvas

                                             30" x  30"

                                           dc/© 2003


Cocinas

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Tomasita Escamando

El Colorado

36" x  48"

dc/© 1996

La Preparación ll

36" x  48"

dc/© 1999

La Preparación

30" x  36"

dc/© 1995


The Limón Commission

Preparación de la Cuarezma

36" x  36"

dc/© 2001

Prayer in the Kitchen

36" x  36"

dc/© 1998


Hombres

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Tierra Soñada

9" x  12"

dc/© 1997

The Lenten Harvest

30" x  40"

dc/© 1998

Llamando la Noche

20" x  24"

dc/© 1995


Gallero l

36" x  48"

dc/© 2000 

Arrimate Cabrón

36" x  36"

dc/© 2005

Gallero ll

36" x  48"

dc/© 2000


Miguel con Tunas

24" x  30"

dc/© 2001

 

Canasta de Cebolla Roja

Para Escabeche

30" x  40"

dc/© 2005

 

The Whittler's Pride

30" x  40"

dc/© 1996


Buying, Selling or Trading?

acrylic on illustration board

10.5" x  12"

dc/© 1987

El Viudo Enamorado

acrylic on illustration board

24" x  36"

dc/© 1989 

The Mule Packer

pastel on paper

19.5" x  25.5"

dc/© 1992


  

Harvests

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La Pizca

12" x  16"

dc/© 1991

Tulipanes de la Mañanita

36" x  48"

dc/© 1995

La Pizca ll

14" x  18"

dc/© 1997


The 7:00 p.m. Harvest

30" x  40"

dc/© 1997

El Mercado

26" x  34"

dc/© 1989

Harvest Before the Clearing

14" x  18"

dc/© 1997


Tunas Para Paletas

36" x  48"

dc/© 2000

El Juguetón se Llama

 Heineken

36" x  36"

dc/© 2001

Cotton - 1965

36" x  48" 

dc/© 2000 


 

Religious

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Guardian in the Wilderness

(Miniature Suite)

5" x  5"

dc/© 1997

Guardian of the Lamb

(Miniature Suite)

5" x  5"

dc/© 1997

Guardian of the Cross

(Miniature Suite)

5" x  5"

dc/© 1997


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Virgen de Mi Tierra • Virgen de la Laguna 

36" x  40"

dc/© 1999

Private Commission - Private Collection

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Special recognition: 

My deepest gratitude to my Patrons, who trusted me

and my work for this special project which was  eventually

featured in the Award Winning Book, 

TRIUMPH OF OUR COMMUNITIES

FOUR DECADES OF MEXICAN AMERICAN ART 

 Celina Hinojosa

 


Guardia de los Jarros

(miniature)

4" x 4"

dc/© 1997

 

Nicho con Sán Francisco y

Silla Azúl

30" x  30"

dc/© 2002

Guardianes Somos

(miniature)

4" x  4"

dc/© 2002


 

 

  Mujeres

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The Naked Iguana

24" x 30"

dc/© 1992

The Spoilage

24" x  30"

dc/© 1992

La Soltera

Acrylic on illustration board

23" x  32"

dc/© 1991


When Silence Speaks

24" x  36"

dc/© 1992

Coming Undone

(Owed to Picasso)

Acrylic on illustration board

24" x  36"

dc/© 1990

Faithful to Vision

30" x  40"

dc/© 1992


Patiently Waiting

Pastel on Paper

19.5" x  25.5"

dc/© 1993

Lady Banjo

30" x  40"

dc/© 1990

La Gestuda Hermosa

Acrylic on illustration board

24" x  36"

dc/© 1990


Le Ravissant Coquette

Acrylic on illustration board

30" x  40"

dc/© 1989

Model on Runway

Acrylic on Illustration board

18" x  28"

dc/© 1989


 

Miscellaneous

(under construction)

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TO THE COLLECTORS OF THESE AND

FUTURE ORIGINAL WORKS

 

You can proudly look forward to an appreciation in value of your piece(s). We ask you all, as stated in your original sales agreement, handle and care for your pieces respectfully for posterity sake. We suggest - "Think like a Museum Conservator!" When in doubt about something (i.e. cleaning, conservation, re-framing, reselling, auctioning, donating or willing to an executor, etc.) contact the Artist, as her wish is to maintain a relationship with all past works as well as her cherished collectors!

Advice for big issues may require time, research or other consultation services (within and/or outside of her company) to include collaborative professional help. Please do not put off a phone call or a visit with the Artist due to the avoidance of possible costs involved - especially with major damage issues which need immediate addressing. This will not only be more costly and disappointing as time passes, but it is morally and legally unethical. As Collectors, one is legally responsible for the maintenance and care of their piece(s). It is important to understand that the Artist is protected under the full extent of the Laws of the State of Texas and National Laws passed for The Rights of The Artist - in regard to the neglect, intentional misuse, alteration and/or intentional or non-intentional destruction of a work of art. You (the collector) are the painting's proud and rightful owner, while the Artist remains the sole owner of all moral and reproduction rights.  

We wish instead, to motivate you as collectors to take care/pride in your collections by periodically inspecting your pieces especially if you live in areas of extreme heat, humidity or cold conditions. For total and complete care, it is wise to know/understand external conditions/elements which may effect the work. Take for instance grease molecules from your kitchen (the heart of a home), which have an extraordinary way of navigating toward and collecting upon your precious items. To prove this we suggest that you inspect that (seldom used) top-shelf China or Chrystal stem-ware in or near the kitchen. We are sure you will amaze at how cloudy, grimy and even sticky these items have become in less than the year that you last washed and stored them! The same will effect your artwork. Finally we wish to advise all owners to always keep your paintings in climate controlled conditions. For those who travel often, keep your Ac's/Heaters programmed accordingly...because when the owners are away, the elements are always at play. For reassurance, always INSURE TO BE SURE! For a full account of artwork-care and owner safety tips, call the Artist for a full comprehensive scheduled consultation.

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Celina is always ready to help you with the best intentions, advice and professional help. Once dubbed, among other colorful comparisons (i.e. The Border Lautrec), "The Seurat of South Texas" for her intentional multi-layering of paint. Like Georges Seurat her process is very methodical and time consuming, thus her pieces are few in number. She has worked hard on her end to produce works of art worthy of the attention of art world critics and other entities. Moving forward this will benefit both collectors and herself, and in years to come certainly for each parties heirs. 

We ask on her behalf, to work on your ends toward the conscientious and proper maintenance practices for the conservation and integrity of the works.     

Notice:

A Retrospective is not far off on the horizon. The Artist, Curator, Collectors (and countless others involved) will want to present pristine catalog quality works to the public for a success to serve all parties. If your piece is selected for such an event, we want to give you a fair warning now. Over the 29 years that constitutes Celina's professional career, she has rarely borrowed artwork for shows (as was/is her moral and periodic right and privilege). Due to the low number of extant pieces available at any given time over the years, she has never had a body of work in stock to mount a solo show, as all would sell. Not only will an exhibition of this caliber serve as her Retrospective, but will concurrently serve as her first professional Solo Exhibition. It will be an exciting and an historic milestone in her painting career. When the time is right a curator is sure to be making calls in the future! 

For the many years of support, CELINA HINOJOSA FINE ART & THE SAN FERNANDO STUDIO (est. 1989), wish to thank each and everyone of you for your endless support throughout the years!

 

 

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