Wednesday, January 25, 2012

SPANGLISH ARTE sparks a cultural fusion revolution at New York International Gift Fair!

Spanglish Arte, a charming Latino Chicano boutique and art gallery located in the thriving art community of Midtown Sacramento, is adding a new cultural flair to the New York International Gift Fair running from January 28th-February 2nd, 2012.

Spanglish Arte will be exhibiting the work of local artists and designers whose inspiration comes from the fusion of Latino/Chicano and American culture. A few of these artists include Darlene Tenes for Casa Q, a unique Hispanic lifestyle company and Lisa Rocha for Ilaments, a jewelry line which has been featured in InStyle magazine. “We have found everything from traditional to urban modern street style art,” says Mari Arreola, Creative Director of Spanglish Arte.

These talented and dedicated creative minds will exhibit alongside artists from both coasts aspiring to attain exposure amongst national, international, small and large retailers at NYIGF, the 'make it or break it' venue.

Spanglish Arte will be celebrating art and culture as ever evolving, creative and always on the hyphen. True to their avant garde and inspirational cultural fusion, Spanglish Arte will provide an exciting atmosphere for the thriving international art community at NYIGF in 2012.



From Francisco Franco Studios' Day of the Dead personification of Marilyn Monroe to MAD Designs' hand-painted Day of the Dead stemware, innovation is at the core of every artist's vision at the New York International Gift Fair. Come buy some of their art at Spanglish Arte's store located in Midtown at 909 23rd Street.

Visit Spanglish Arte online at www.shopspanglish.com.

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