2015 Fall Events


Cuentos, the Art of Marta Sanchez

September 25-October 15

The McCormick Gallery,

Midland Texas College, Midland Texas


12112197_10206808525906199_4536732396746650545_nUnfolding the Life of Sra. Blanca Estela

The Crawford Campus Center Gallery

Episcopal Academy, Newtown Square, PA 19073

(484) 432-9597

October 7, 2015 -November 6,2015

Works made possible by the Independence Foundation’s 2014 Fellowship for the Arts

Transcendental train yards, Collaborative works by Marta Sanchez and Norma E. Cantu. Serigraph suites from the Coronado Studios

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Group shows:

We Are You Project Exhibition

Kean University

August 2015 to mid-January 2016

Reception: September 15


Other Events:

Post 2015

Open Studio Participating Artist

East October 3-4

Noon -6pm



Transcendental Train yards, Book signing


A collaborative publication with Norma E. Cantu through Wings Press

Book . A book signing with Norma E.Cantu will be presented  in two venues:

Taller Puertorriqueño.

October 24,2015, 3;00pm

2557 N 5th St, Philadelphia, PA 19133

(215) 423-6320



The Art Alliance

October 25th 3:30-5:00pm

25q South 18th St.

Philadelphia,PA 19103

Upcoming Events


Cascarones! The Art of Mexican Folkloric Confetti Filled Eggs & Philanthropy

Art at the Airport


November 1, 2015

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marta sanchez

Marta Sanchez is inspired by traditional Mexican folk art expressions. Her works on paper follow the social and cultural traditions of Mexican and Chicano/a Art. Marta has been working on a series of paintings of the San Antonio train yards near her childhood home. She explores the role of trains in the Mexican migration through the Southern Pacific. Carpas, traveling circus and vaudeville troupes that performed throughout Mexico. A collaborative suite of Carpa related serigraphs titled Transcendental Train Yards has been published with Chicana poet Norma E. Cantú. Her work is in the collections of The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The McNay Art Museum, The National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago and other museum in the U.S. and Cheech Marin. She is the founder of grassroots organization "Cascarones Por La Vida," which assists families affected by HIV/AIDS. Her work is currently archived at the Benson Latin American Collection at University of Texas at Austin.