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George Yepes - Available works for purchase:

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Double Barrel Shotgun Sugar Skull I
Acrylic on Canvas 2010
30 x 40
$6,000
Double Barrel Shotgun Sugar Skull II
Acrylic on Canvas 2010
30 x 40
$6,000
Blue Catrina
Acrylic on Canvas 2010
16 x 20
2,000
Red Catrina
Acrylic on Canvas 2010
16 x 20
2,000
La Pistola y el Corazon
Acrylic on Canvas 2010
35 x 47
$7,000

George Yepes - mixed media

Called "The City's Preeminent BadAss Muralist" (L.A. New Times - June 2000), and named a "Treasure of Los Angeles" in 1997 by The Mayor and the Los Angeles City Council, painter George Yepes: rises above and beyond the Los Angeles genre with a refined renaissance bent. From religious iconography to erotica, Yepes brings a confidence and knowledge of his craft imbued with a contemporary street sense that combines the best of both worlds, where bravado meets classical standards.

Yepes' paintings are in forty museum collections and have been collected by a widely diverse audience, from Sean Penn & Madonna, Cheech Marin, Patricia Arquette, Anthony Keidis, Quentin Tarantino, and Robert Rodriguez. His Warner Bros. album cover for Los Lobos titled "La Pistola y el Corazon" is published as one of the 'One Hundred Best Album Covers of All Time'.

Hollywood Actresses Salma Hayek, Eva Longoria, and Patricia Arquette have modeled for Yepes paintings. Also Antonio Banderas and Johnny Depp were painted by Yepes for the El Mariachi Trilogy, Mexico and Mariachis.

From "Solamente Salma 2006"; "Grind House 2007"; and now "Machete 2009" staring Robert De Niro; Jessica Alba; Lyndsay Lohan; Danny Trejo; and Cheech Marin: George Yepes and movie director, Robert Rodriguez (with Quentin Tarantino): creative giants each in his own rite, have combined their formidable force of talents and given life to new collaborative artworks. Like Vampires robbing liquor stores from dusk till dawn, George Yepes and Robert Rodriguez communicate with each other as they communicate with the world: with Two- Smokin' Barrels.

For further information on the work of George Yepes, please contact us at: art@crewestgallery.com