MACCA Fundraiser


It was thrilling to include one of my newest pieces “Portrait in Landscape” along with artists Inez Storer, Enrique Chagoya, Matt Gonzalez, Beth Davila Waldman, Henry Jackson, Carlos Cartagena & Victor Cartagena at a private event last Thursday evening hosted by MMG Foundation and WaldmanArts.
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It’s a complete pleasure to announce that one my latest paintings, Blaze 213, has been selected to be part of the ACE 2015 Exhibition at the Palm Springs Art Museum! This exhibition was juried by esteemed gallerist, Christian Hohmann, of Hohmann Fine Art, Palm Desert. Continue reading

Blaze 209 to be exhibited at Gearbox Gallery, Oakland

BLAZE 209,
acrylic, watercolor, graphite, ink, artist tape, correction Tape on paper,
30 X 65 inches
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We’re pleased to announce that Oakland based Gearbox Gallery will be featuring my latest painting BLAZE 209, 30 x 65 inches, in their upcoming group exhibition “Terra Infirma: All Things Unsettled”. Opening Reception, Friday, Aug 7th 5-9pm with a special talk by juror Chandra Cerrito of Chandra Cerrito Contemporary,, at 5pm and awards presented at 8pm. Continue reading

BRdM Rostered Artist at ZSCA

Blaze 200

Benito Rangel de Maria is thrilled to share the news that he has been selected as a rostered artist at Zener Schon Contemporary Art in Mill Valley! Available works from the solo exhibition including some of Benito’s newest works from the 2014 Blaze Series are current available for viewing and purchase. Continue reading

Small Works at ZenerSchon Contemporary

Blaze 199

A quick turn around from the “Small Works Exhibit” at the San Rafael’s Art Works Downtown Gallery ( to an amazing group exhibit at Mill Valley’s newest art gallery ZenerSchon Contemporary Art (, recent works BLAZE 197 and BLAZE 199 are on fire! Continue reading

Weaving as Social Fabric

Weaving as Social Fabric

This is the latest work in the Tribe Series. This work explores the idea of pattern and connective-ness between the similar, yet individual dots. I’m working with the idea of weaving as social fabric. This process includes watercolor, acrylic, india inks, pencil, and graphite, 36 x 72 inches.
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Studio Work


I am continuing my work with the Tribe Series, a body of work that continually challenges me to develop new symbols of communication. Much of the process involves mark making and layering of mixed media on paper. These are some recent ideas…
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