Rawmirez is a Rio Grande Valley artist who works and creates along the Texas Mexico border. Rawmire'z current work investigates relationships between personal identity, meaning, and locations particularly 'la frontera' through references of popular culture, flora, traditional Mexican imagery, bilingualism, graffiti culture and patterns.
I seek to create art that is reflective, responsive of my identity and interpretation of self.
I will advocate for causes important to my community by utilizing art to support progressive messages.
I will collaborate with and support RGV artist to promote awareness and create a positive perception and appreciation for street art in the Valley.
Street art and murals are some of the most direct ways of bringing a message to the masses. Rawmirez works with spray and acrylic paint via stencils and free hand to create his message.
Rawmirez is self-taught and mostly uses aerosol and acrylic paints when working on canvas.
Through his installation Rawmirez seeks to create a new space that takes the public on a temporary journey and changes the manner that they interact with and in the piece.
Unattached to a specific form Rawmirez creations are inspired by and made of textiles, patterns, textures and found objects.
Digital work is made mostly with Photoshop and includes posters, logos, and digital drawings.
Rawmirez is a content creator for Neta RGV, an online platform challenging the mainstream narrative of the Valley and the border. His writing promotes RGV art by showcasing Valley artists. Read more at netargv.com
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