Wednesday, October 19, 2016

A quick look at some of my murals!

Mural was used for the Seattle Art Museum TEEN ART LAB flyer.

Painted for Seattle Art Museum. 2014.

Henry and Xavier!


Painted for Sasquatch Narwhal Stage!

The Narwhal Stage at Sasquatch! 


Part of a collaborative mural at Greenwood Collective.

Collaboration. Ryan Henry Ward, Starheadboy, Narboo. 
Art Attack.

White Center. Seattle, WA. No longer extant.

A quickie in Seattle! 

School Bus. Seattle, WA.

The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove. West Seattle.Seattle, WA

Yamato. West Seattle.Seattle, WA

Wall Piece at Echo Echo Gallery. Seattle, WA. 2014.

Group Mural Rainier Ave

Progress Shot

Lion's Club Mural. West Seattle.

Lion's Club Mural. West Seattle.


Tuesday, September 6, 2016

New Exhibition at Greenwod Collective including my large-scale Sculpture Magic Mountain!

If you're in the area--please check out my latest sculpture!  A ten foot tall tin foil mountain.  This sculpture is all about the magic of perception and that sense of returning to the awe and grandeur of a world that is full of magic!   Check out the magic of Magic Mountain!

Sandwiches and light beverages will be available.

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Friday, August 26, 2016

Well, La Cocina is coming to an end and it really was an amazing experience! So many people to thank, so many people I am indebted to...

I finally finished ICON.  

I got to meet tons of awesome people!

I got to work with the amazing Lauren Davis! 

And put up an art exhibition with Amaranta Ibarra-Sandys

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Held Over through July! Mixed Media Sculpture: Waiting For the Flood. Echo Echo Gallery

Waiting for the Flood.
Mixed media. 2016
Xavier Lopez Jr.

Arrived to rave reviews at the Echo Echo Gallery.

The exhibition, alongside my ghost from the Coca Exhibition:

CoCA Pop-Up (AR)t - CoCA Center on Contemporary Art


Bottom line, if you missed this exhibition
you will have a second chance to see it on the Second Friday
of July at Echo Echo Gallery in the Greenwood Collective

Alongside this wonderful piece from the CoCA Exhibition

Second Friday in July, 2016!