Native Americans by Alfredo Rodriguez
Native Americans by Alfredo Rodriguez. Alfredo Rodriguez was born in 1954, in a small Mexican town of Tepic, Nayarit, near Mexico City, and grew up side by side with the Indian tribe uchioli. He started painting at the age of six, art has always been an integral part of his life. Alfredo grew up in a large family (nine children) and had to use his talent to make money for the family. He became a professional artist in 1968, his career developed very successfully, and in 1973 he moved to the United States. His work, portraits and genre scenes from the life of native Americans and white settlers, gold miners and Cowboys have won international fame. They are recognized by critics and are found in private and public collections. The style of his painting – traditional, classical realism, and a bit of impressionism. Alfredo now lives in Corona, California with his wife and three daughters, where he has his Studio.