I saw Enrique a few days ago. He sets up an easel and paints in the street on Saturdays and Sundays on Calle Primera in Tijuana, one block down the hill from the big arch. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org. His phone in Tijuana is 682 8581. If you give him a photo, he’ll paint a big velvet for $100 USD.
Bobby – I have grim reaper that i bought in 1976 was wondering if this is one of Felix who painted it
good question, though i’m afraid i have no idea.
I have a painting of black velvet from Tijuana that my father bought for me in the mid 60’s. It is dear to me and I would like to know of the best way to restore the black velvet. It has been faded in spots over the years from improper cleaning. The actual picture (Persian Cat) is pristeen as well as the frame, but the velvet needs color restoration. Any suggestions?
I do not, though I think a good framer in your area might be able to help.
hello; invite you to follow and see my gallery…..VELVET OIL PAINTINGS
I purchased a black velvet painting back in the 60’s or 70’s in Michigan for my first apartment, I was in my early 20’s. It was love at first sight and I have never tired of looking at it. I spent my last $20 to purchase it (back then it was a lot of money to me). The signature is just a last name “Felix”. I am now 65 years old and still have the painting. The painting is of a white mare with her colt just heads and shoulder. I am curious are you possibly this artist?
Pauline — possibly, but Felix is a common last name. I’ll see if I still have contact info for Enrique and see if he would know. If I come up with something, I’ll let you know…Sam
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