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ELIZABETH ERAZO BAEZ
Puerto Rican Artist
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Elizabeth Erazo Baez
(305) 338-1844
baez@baezfineart.com


Elizabeth E. Baez Puerto Rican Artist

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
Art Exhibits and Presenter

Elizabeth Erazo Baez is a Latina artist who is known for her ability to capture the cultural emotional nuances of the Puerto Rican experience. Baez's visually stimulating art of folklore, tradition and nostalgia are rich in color, texture and emotion. On her tapestry of possibilities, Baez depicts Latin- centric contemporary art as well as luminous landscapes, proactive portraits, still lives and vibrant cultural realities. For example in her painting "La Fiesta Plena" the artist shares the rich tradition of story telling through song, dance and drumming celebrating the Afro Latin traditions of Puerto Rico.

Born in Brooklyn, New York of Puerto Rican parents, Baez celebrates her bicultural perspective as a NewYorican who had the fortunate opportunity to grow up both in New York City and in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. According to Baez, "I wasn't born in Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico was born in me." Her distinctive bicultural perspective collides vibrantly on her palette with great detail. In her technique she captures the soul of each painting by weaving brush strokes into feelings of hope, pride and sometimes despair. "Art calls at me. It calls for me to express and to evoke passion." "It is my connection with God, which is why it must be shared, says Baez.

Currently living in Miami, Florida Baez
is both a wife and a mother of two young children. Inspired by her own family, Baez decided to formally introduce her artwork to the public in 2000 in Coral Gables. Since her debut Baez's work has been displayed at: Miami City Hall; the Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration; Orlando City Hall and Miami-Dade County, Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board's "Hispanic Art Expressions 2005" to name a few. Through her art, Baez is also a community change agent committed service and the cultural preservation and advancement of Puerto Rican art globally.


Plumosa Elementary School of the Arts Art Presentation


Wynwood Hispanic Heritage Art Exhibit
Hosted by ASPIRA of Florida, Inc. and Goldman Properties.
Curator, Elizabeth Erazo Baez
A Group Art Exhibition

Wynwood Hispanic Heritage Art Exhibit, hosted by ASPIRA of Florida, Inc. and Goldman Properties and curator, Elizabeth Erazo Baez will be presenting a group exhibition. The exhibit will take place on Saturday October 11, 2008, from 7 pm to 10 pm Located on 2215 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida. Free Entrance and open to the public. The evening will be showcasing a group of Miami's outstanding talented Hispanic artists. The event will coincide with the Wynwood Art District Gallery Night, which occurs every second Saturday of the month and attracts hundreds of art aficionados. The event will benefit ASPIRA of Florida.

Participating Artists

CLARA ALBARRACIN • YOA ART • ELIZABETH ERAZO BAEZ • HUMBERTO BENITEZ
KLARA CHAVARRIA • GIOVANNI CASTRO • MARCY GROSSO • TADEO LAZARO
TONY MENDOZA • LEONOR MURCIANO • SAM NAVEDO • GEORGE RODEZ
GILDA SACASAS • CARMEN SASIETA • MARTA TALERO • PATTY VALERO • MARGARITA VIDAL

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The Colors of Hispanic Culture

The Broward College District Board of Trustees
President J. David Armstrong, Jr. and ¡Viva Broward!
Curator Elizabeth Erazo Baez
present
A group art exhibit celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
On Exhibit September 25 - December 5, 2008


Left to Right: Elizabeth Erazo Baez, Luz Aponte, Sam Navedo, Yoa Art, and Annie Maxell.

Feature artists

Luz Aponte, Yoa Art, Elizabeth Erazo Baez, Humbero Benitez,
Alejandra Goldberg, Edin Gutierrez, Annie Maxell and
Samuel Navedo

Silent Auction held to benefit ASPIRA of Florida

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BCC DISTRICT BOARD of TRUSTEES
Bank of America VIVA BROWARD! BCC President, J. David Armstrong, Jr.
and curator Elizabeth Baez
invite you to attend the opening of
HISPANIC COLORS & FLAIR



Left to right: Tony Mendoza, Elizabeth Baez, George Rodez,
Mari Sánchez, Natacha Monalisa, MANO


Group Art Exhibit
Featuring the works of Mano, Mari Sánchez, George Rodez,
Tony Mendoza, Elizabeth Baez
and Natacha Monalisa


On Exhibit OCTOBER 10th - December 7, 2007

Broward Community College, 12th Floor
111 E. Las Olas Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale

Special Thanks to
Jill Thompson and Elaine Vasquez
for their support and hard work!

Broward Community College's & Viva Broward Present
Colors of Hispanic Heritage

Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration Group Exhibition
October 12 through December 8, 2006


Left to right: Jill Thompson, Elizabeth Erazo Baez, Lourdes N. Crosby Garcia, Mirta Lopez,
Myrna Marín
, & Carmen S.

U.T.B. UNITED THIRD BRIDGE, INC. (321) 863-5165 www.fprhcc.org November 4, 2006 Group Art Exhibit 5th Hispanic Art Exhibit, Melbourne Art & Science Museum. Sponsor: United Third Bridge. Co-sponsor: FPRHCC

Latin Expressions Solo Art Exhibition Hispanic Heritage Month, Sep. 16 - Oct. 15, 2006 Northwest Regional Library 3151 University Drive Coral Springs, FL 33065

Miami-Dade County - Hispanic Art Expressions 2006 Miami-Dade County, Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board's "Hispanic Art Expressions 2006" Group Exhibit Elizabeth Erazo Baez representing Puerto Rico

•“Cuba’s Independence Day” Group Exhibit presented by the National Association of Hispanic Public Administrators” May 20, 2006 City of Miami-Dade County, Florida

Brevard U.T.B. United Third Bridge, Inc. and the FL Puerto Rican/ /Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Inc. Presents U.T.B. 9th Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade & 4th Art Exhibit Nov. 2005

"Latin Contempories" Group Exhibit Sep. 22th- Nov. 30th, 2005 Broward Community College Ft. Laud., FL Hispanic Heritage Month


From left, artist Luis Pratts, curator and artist Elizabeth Erazo Baez, artist Carlos Rodriguez and Georgette Sosa Douglass, chair of the Broward Community College District Board of Trustees.


La Oficina del Gobierno de Puerto Rico en el Sur de La Florida “Raíces Hispanas”
Group Exhibit Elizabeth Erazo Baez representing Puerto Rico October 2005

Stephen P. Clark Center's, presented by the National Association of Hispanic Public Administrators "Hispanic Heritage Month 2005" Oct. 2005 Miami-Dade County

"Third Annual Miami-Dade Celebrates the Art of its Sister Cites"
Group Exhibit Elizabeth Erazo Baez representing Puerto Rico September 15- October 15, 2005

"Latin Expressions" September 17 thru October 15, 2005 Solo Exhibition at Broward County Northwest Regional Library Hispanic Heritage Month

Miami-Dade County, Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board's "Hispanic Art Expressions 2005" Group Exhibit Elizabeth Erazo Baez representing Puerto Rico Oct - Dec, 2005

"Tropical Nostalgia" Solo Exhibition
Dale Malbry Hillsborough Community College Tampa September 12 through October 21, 2004
HispanicHertiage Month

"Arte De Hispanoamerica" Group Exhibition
Oficina del Gobierno de Puerto Rico, Coral Gables Florida October 2004

U.S. Agriculture Miami Inspection Station
Elizabeth Baez Guest Speaker and Presentation Art Display
In Celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month Thursday, September 23, 2004

Miami-Dade Celebrates the Art of its Sister Cites 2004 Photos of reception
Representing Puerto Rico Miami-Dade Celebrates the Art of its Sister Cites Miami-Dade College's Tower Theater September 10-26, 2004



Brevard County's Annual Puerto Rican Day - November 8-9, 2003 Puerto Rican/Hispanic Art Exhibit Brevard Museum of Art & Science Melbourne, FL Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month Viva Broward! Ft. Lauderdale FL 10/2003

Hewitt Associates "Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration" September 19-26, 2003 Art Exhibition Orlando Florida

The Orlando City Hall "A Hispanic Perspective" August 4- September 15, 2003

Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce of South Florida & Coconut Grove Chamber of Commerce & Pinos Italino Restaurante - Featured Artist - Coconut Grove, FL - October 2002

 

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