Current & Upcoming art shows
There are no current or upcoming exhibitions at this time. Please sign up for the email list at the bottom of the page to be notified of future art shows. You can also contact the artist directly.
past solo Art shows
NON TIMEBO MALA
Galeria Mitotera Tucson, AZ | February - April 2022, Saturdays 1pm - 4pm
Hilltop Gallery in Nogales, AZ January 5 -17, 2020
Hilltop Gallery Nogales, AZ, March 1-30, 2016
In this series, Pato Aguilar applied acrylic on canvas with a limited palate of gold and black.
past Group Art shows
If these walls could talk
&gallery Tucson, AZ | March 16 - April 10, 2022
Tucson Erotica Art Show
Sculpture Resource Center Tucson, AZ | March 5 - April 2, 2022
Watercolor on water color paper, 30 in x 22.5 in. In Aztec religion, the water goddess was the wife of the rain god Tlaloc, an ancient deity that had long been worshipped throughout Mesoamerica. Chalchiuhtlicue symbolized the purity and preciousness of spring, river, and lake water that was used to irrigate the fields. This is my 1st water color painting in a decade is always fun to explore new mediums and learn new skills. Prints and stickers are available in the patoaguilarart.com online shop.
Tucson is Hott AF
&gallery Tucson, AZ | March 4 - 16, 2022
The “Golden Hr” . This beauty will be featured with other amazing artist at &gallery for the Tucson is Hott AF, Tucson Erotica Art Show.
"This particular piece was inspired by pin up art, the beautiful sunsets we have here [in Tucson], and of course I had to use my wildcat character Valentina. I also try to put a funny twist but keep it sexy and provocative, at the same time I want to make viewers wonder what is the moon really thinking?"
&gallery Tucson, AZ October 16 - 31, 2021
When I think of magic in Mexican culture, the first thing that comes to mind are indigenous shamans and #psilocybin (Psilocybe cayanescens, aka magic mushrooms). I was inspired to paint “Mujer Sabia” in the likeness of Maria Sabina, a shaman who used these mushrooms as medicine and called them “little saints”. Her face is painted with red and white face paint which is commonly used in many indigenous ceremonies. Red represents faith, beauty, and happiness, while white symbolizes mourning and peace. She holds up a pendant of an opossum, a sacred symbol of luck from the tribe she is originally from. All of the elements of this painting came together in a natural flow with bright colors and radiating organic patterns.
The Alwun House Phoenix, AZ October 1 - 31, 2021
Three artworks by Pato Aguilar are now showing in a group art show, the Monsters Menagerie at the Alwun House. The exhibit features 20+ local artist's creative works for the entire month of October.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday, 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Alwun House Foundation is located on the Northeast corner of 12th St. and Roosevelt in downtown Phoenix, in the Garfield Historic District.
Tubac Presidio State Historic Park and Museum Tubac, AZ April 7 - September 30, 2021
In collaboration with the Tubac Heritage Alliance, the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park and Museum is hosting a dark sky art exhibition as part of our application for a Dark Sky Park designation from the International Dark Sky Association.
Exhibition hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday. A closing reception for exhibiting artists and the public will be held in the fall. A percentage of artwork sold will benefit the Presidio.
Tubac Center of the Arts Tubac, AZ 2019