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Para Mis Palomas

30 x 40 Acrylic

Price: $3,500

Pan Nuestro NY

30x40 Acrylic

Price: $4,000

Domingo Garcia

3' Tall Sculpture

Price: $25,000

Eugenio Maria de Hostos

20 inches Tall Resin

Price: $3,000

Pedro Albizu Campos

20 inches Tall Resin

Price: $3,000

Luis Munoz Marin

20 inches Tall Resin

Price: $3,000

Sonia Soto Mayor

18 Inches Tall Resin

NOT FOR SALE

Deep Rooted Still Growing

12 inches Tall Resin

Price: $4,000

Pan Nuestro De Cada Dia

15 inches Tall Resin

Price: $1,500

Tecata Te Mata

16" x 15 Acrylic

Price: $2,500

Platanos

21" x 15" Acrylic

Price: $2,500

La Diaspora

36" x 48" Acrylic

Price: $4,500

La Bomba en La Playa

19" x 16" Acrylic

Price: $2,500

Napo

15.5" x 20" Acrylic

Price: $2,500

~Biography

Felipe Morales was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1949. Felipe studied at Manhattan College, School of Visual Arts and received his Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts at College of Mount Saint Vincent's in Mt. Vernon, New York in 1976. Felipe grew up in the Bronx and worked as a youth counselor and art teacher on Simpson Street. He was also instrumental in the founding of El Museo del Barrio in Manhattan, as well as part of the teaching faculty. Years later, Felipe was featured in the documentary "Simpson Street" that

showed the burning of the South Bronx. He moved to Orlando, Florida in 1980 where he worked as a jeweler and clothing designer. In 1993, he became an Art Teacher for Orange County Public School System and retired in 2012. During these years, he was President and Vice President of the Florida Chalk Artist Association. Felipe participated in numerous chalk festivals and won several first place in events such as the Rotary Club Art Festival and Disney Festival of the Masters. In recent years, he has been working on commissioned sculptures for S.E.B.C.O Housing in the Bronx, New York, The Puerto Rican Bar Association in Orlando, Florida and the New York Sports Foundation, a commemorative sculpture for Roscoe Brown a Tuskegee Airman.

 

Artist : Felipe

             Morales

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