Esau Andrade Valencia
Born in Tepic Nayarit, Mexico, Esau Andrade Valencia comes from a family of artists which includes his mother Guadalupe Balencia and his brother Raymundo Andrade. He attended La Escuela de Artes Plasticas of the Universidad de Guadalajara.
In 2008, Cinco Puntos published a bilingual children's book with illustrated by Esau called A Perfect Season for Dreaming / Un tiempo perfecto para soñar.
Esau’s paintings are included in the collection of The Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California; Saint Michael church in San Miguel del Valle, New Mexico; the Chrysler Company, San Antonio, Texas; The Hispanic Broadcasting Company, Los Angeles, California, as well as in the Downey Museum of Art in Downey, California.
He frequently has one-man exhibitions at Galeria Uno, Puerto Vallarta, and in the U.S. where shows include exhibitions at the Chac Mool Gallery, (Los Angeles); Louis Stern Gallery, (Los Angeles); Glass Garage Fine Art Gallery, (Los Angeles); Hamilton Gallery, (Los Angeles); Tatewari Gallery, (Sedona, Arizona); Iturralde Gallery, (Los Angeles); San Antonio International Airport,The Downey Museum of Art ( Downey, Ca.); Euroamerican Gallery, (New York, New York); Allene Lapides Gallery, (Santa Fe, New Mexico);Turner Carroll Gallery (Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles, Ca. and The Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California., among many others.