Tortilla Art


Los Angeles artist Joe Bravo stands in front of two of his tortilla paintings being exhibited at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Los Angeles March 29, 2007. Bravo first started the acrylic paintings on tortillas when he was in college and couldn’t afford canvases. The exhibit has broken the gallery’s attendance records and the paintings are selling for as much as $1,800 each.


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One Response to Tortilla Art

  1. Doug says:

    You have to love food art. That means we are so rich we don’t have to eat it. We can make art out of it.

    Anyway, Happy Easter melon heads.

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