Bay Area artist, Arturo Fuentes-Ortiz, has been honing his skills in design for the past several years. Currently graduating from UC Berkeley with a masters in Landscape Architecture from the College of Environmental Design, Arturo has used design as a form of resiliency and protest. His work includes silk screen printing, painting, photography, and Architecture.
Arturo’s evolution into Architecture allowed him to introduce his experience with protest art by extending his rage of talent even further. His experience and interdisciplinary work allows Arturo to challenge the boundaries of art and Architecture. His art is meant to tell stories, illustrate the realities of underprivileged communities, and most importantly: generate dialogue.