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 Joel Tito Ramirez  (1923 - )

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Lived/Active: New Mexico / Mexico      Known for: Hispanic heritage, landscape, mural

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following was submitted April 2004 by Ann Girarde, Raingarden Research, Seattle, WA. Her source is the artist.

Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Joel Ramirez was raised, educated, and developed an artistic career in his birthplace. A student at the University of New Mexico (UNM), his teachers included Randall Davey and Kenneth M. Adams, (both members of the National Academy of Artists), Ralph Douglass, Enrique Montenegro and Raymond Jonson.

Ramirez was the associate editor and art director of "El Clarin Magazine", art director of Quijotes de Americas, an International Society 1981-83, and is a member of the International Society of Artists.

Joel portrays New Mexico's Spanish / Indian heritage in the southwestern wilderness with the rich colors of oil paints. He has achieved success as a muralist as well as a landscape painter. Joel was selected for a national competition sponsored by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). He was the winning artist for his portrayal of the Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus in celebration of the Quincentennial in 1992. Copies of his original painting were exhibited in all BLM offices throughout the USA. Celebrations featuring the Quincentennial painting were held in Tucson, Santa Fe, and University of New Mexico.

In 1997, Joel's work was selected for the "Frida Kahlo - Modern Portrait of a Modern Icon" Exhibition, Fraser Gallery, Washington D.C.

Notable distinguished commissions include: Art in Public Places Program, Santa Fe, New Mexico (multiple locations; 1996-1998), "Keep New Mexico Beautiful" Campaign, Texas International Airlines, Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios, Kennecott Copper Corp. (1974), and Ford Motor Company (1973). Slides of Joel's paintings may be seen at any major university library as part of a program by the University of Alabama funded by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation to make American art more accessible to students and art patrons.

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