Jose Sotelo

Jose Sotelo Yamasaki is a San Antonio based painter, screenprinter, and illustrator. He has garnered a national following as the owner and operator of El Fin, an exclusive online gallery showcasing the vibrant artwork that has made San Antonio a cultural mecca. His work is heavily influenced by Mesoamerican design, Mexican folk art, and Japanese Zen art. In this way, Jose’s creations pay homage to his mixed ancestries.

His notable solo and group exhibitions include “Nueva Generación” (curated by Alex Rubio), “How we Remember and How we Survive” (Self Help Graphics, Los Angeles), “Lost and Found” (Cultural Commons Gallery), “Entre la Sombra” (Cultural Commons Gallery), “Dreams Are For Those Who Sleep” (Provenance Gallery), “SATX/MX” (Centro de Artes), “Microevolutionary Rebirth” (Studio Fantomas), “So Long Ago” (Silkworm Gallery), among others.

Jose has built a following in the local arts community after several successful years vending at various art markets around town, including: Muertos Fest, Brick at Blue Star, Liberty Market, Esperanza Peace & Justice Center’s Mercado de Paz, and Very That showcases.





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