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Tony de Carlo

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20110327150316-2011princeofthejungle
Prince Of The Jungle, 2011 Acrylic on Canvas 24" X 30"
20110327150807-1-2011marriageequality
Marriage Equality, 2011 Acrylic on Canvas 24" X 30"
20110327150932-1-2011amidgardenias
Amid Gardenias, 2011 Acrylic on Canvas 2
20110327150647-1-2011camelliasinspring
Camellias In Spring, 2011 Acrylic on Canvas 24" X 30"
20110327151200-2010canineaddiction
Canine Addiction, 2010 Acrylic on Canvas 24" X 24"
20110327152007-tonysavannah
Quick Facts
Birthplace
Los Angeles, California
Lives in
Savannah, Georgia, USA
Tags
male painting, queer, gay, hispanic, latino, latin figurative
Statement

Tony de Carlo is a native of Los Angeles, now residing in Savannah, Georgia.

A self-taught artist, he has been creating art on a daily basis since his childhood.

His work is exhibited regularly in museums and galleries throughout the United States, and his paintings are in collections around the world.

The paintings of Tony de Carlo have been exhibited at: 
The Frye Art Museum (Seattle), Santa Monica Museum of Art, The Carnegie Art Museum, The Mexican Museum (San Francisco), Palm Springs Desert Museum (California), Riverside Art Museum Art, Art Museum of South Texas (Corpus Christi), The Santa Paula Museum (California),The Downey Museum of Art (California), Laguna Art Museum, California State University Los Angeles, Baltimore Convention Center (FolkFest), Mexican-American Cultural Art Center (Tucson, AZ), Los Angeles Art Expo, University of the Arts (Philadelphia), Whittier College Greenleaf Gallery (California), SPARC and UCLA Caesar Chavez Center, Galeria de la Raza (San Francisco),Arizona State University (Tempe), Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (San Francisco), Los Angeles City College da Vinci Gallery, Don O'Melveny Gallery (West Hollywood), Encantada Gallery of Fine Arts (San Francisco), Jose Galvez Gallery (Tucson), Plaza de la Raza (Los Angeles),Tatewari Gallery (Sedona), Barnsdall Municipal Art Gallery (Los Angeles), John Thomas Gallery (Santa Monica), Liz Blackman Gallery (Hollywood), The Museum of African-American Art (The Los Angeles Festival), Amaru Gallery (San Francisco) and Dezart One Gallery (Palm Springs) El Pueblo Gallery - El Pueblo Historical Monument, Los Angeles, and his work was featured in the 2002 season of "Pageant of the Masters" in Laguna, California.