Completed in December of 2009, the de la Cruz Collection is privately funded by Carlos and Rosa de la Cruz. The primary purpose of this space is to provide education and awareness in the visual arts.
Stalagmite formed by dripping a resin over a form
Interpretation of jazz.
Nowhere blossoms made of flower blossoms dipped in paintl
Made of basketball backboards
Formed by pouring resin between two corregated tiles and attaching a lightning rod. The lightning melted the resin to form the art piece
Made of graphite. Very delicate as fingerprints leave a residue that must be removed promptly.
Made of signs.
Made of materials in the artists mother's beauty salon
Stacks of paper. The words on one stack are "Somewhere better than this place" and on the other "Nowhere better than this place." Visitors may take a sheet of either pile.
White leaves are actually cutouts from the canvas.
White leaves are actually cutout from the canvas.
White mint candies. The artist's dad's favorite candy. Started out at 170 pounds which was his weight when he died. People may take some
Left painting is one panda.