Purchase Bloom 4-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by Ernesto Yerena Montejano (Hecho Con Ganas) Famous Mexican-American Pop Artwork Artist.
2019 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 200 Size 18x24
Ernesto Yerena Montejano's creation, "Bloom," is an exquisite four-color hand-pulled silkscreen print that exudes the vivacity and boldness characteristic of Mexican-American pop artwork. Released in 2019, this piece forms part of a limited edition collection, with only 200 signed and numbered prints, reinforcing its exclusivity and appeal among art collectors. Measuring 18x24 inches, each print is crafted on fine art paper, a testament to Yerena's dedication to quality and his adherence to the time-honored traditions of printmaking. Yerena, under his studio name Hecho Con Ganas, presents a symmetrical composition reminiscent of traditional folk art patterns, infusing them with a modern aesthetic that is both striking and familiar. The intricate design of "Bloom" indicates the natural world's splendor. Yet, it's stylized to resonate with the urban and contemporary flair associated with street art. The layers of color and pattern work harmoniously to captivate the viewer's eye, creating a rhythmic dance that contemplates the interconnectedness of culture, identity, and nature. The convergence of street art techniques and pop art imagery in "Bloom" highlights Yerena's capacity to navigate between worlds, merging grassroots activism with mainstream artistry. His work does not merely hang on the walls of galleries; it also resonates with the vibrant energy found on city streets, where public art serves as a beacon of community and individual expression. Each piece in this limited edition series offers an immersive visual experience, inviting onlookers to delve into a dialogue about the interplay between artistic innovation and cultural heritage. With "Bloom," Yerena Montejano celebrates the flourishing of diversity within art forms, as each print from the series contributes to the narrative of Mexican-American art within the broader context of pop and street art movements.