Cultural Art

The arts unifies us, tells us about ourselves and our history. A person does not have  to learn a language, read a book, or invest in travel to be able to enjoy art from a foreign people. Cultural art, indigenous art, past and contemporary is reflective of the native customs, religious beliefs, and lifestyle across the planet. The power of unification that art has makes it more important than ever, especially in our divided country and world of diversity.

Today, museums have become more inclusive of indigenous art and non-european artists. Art previously was exclusive at traditional galleries. The art world in the past was monopolized by institutions, the wealthy, well connected and politically powerful. Historically, art was viewed with prejudice and systemic racism. At one time African art and indigenous art of native people were considered primitive, and not acceptable in a gallery. Carolann experienced this herself when first launching her art career. She believes it still exists though it is changing in some art circles.

She understands that prior to the written word art provided knowledge about people all over the world. Art taught us all about where they lived, what they wore, and how they cared for their families. Carolann feels that the art she creates is important. It is her legacy and will remain once she is gone, becoming part of art history.

Right here in the San Francisco Bay area, you can find local artist, Carolann Espino. Her artwork reflects her personal life and the richness of her Mexican culture. Her family has lived in the San Jose area for over 100 years. Environmental and Social Artivism is the name of her site and her work speaks for itself. She has been a local artist with talent and voice for the things she cares about. As a practicing artist, volunteer, art consultant, and teacher she has always kept growing in her field. 

If you are searching for an art consultant, a speaker who believes in helping and promoting artist and their work, Carolann is the person you’ve been searching for. She can offer an educated and experienced voice regarding the history, purpose and time period of a work of art. She loves sharing her techniques as a multimedia artist who is not confined to one methodology. Carolann Espino encourages you to view her site and learn about her motivation, her standards, and her practices for standing out as a talented multimedia artist.