Luis Enrique Martinez was always interested in art. He started painting as a child growing up in the village of Ajijic, Mexico. He joined the LCS Children's Art Program around his 13th birthday. This program was started by Neill James in 1952 to encourage Mexican children to develop their artistic talents. He's now 18, and volunteers at the program helping new young Mexican artists.
His passion is painting the flowers and rural landscapes of Mexico. Especially scenes from the Lake Chapala area – both past and present.
He paints mostly with water colors, but also uses oils. His painting style is realism, and he tries to capture the light and shadows, textures, and beautiful colors of Mexico in every painting.
Luis Enrique is also happy to take on commissions – he has done custom paintings and murals for clients.
Luis Enrique's art is in private collections in Mexico, Canada, and the United States.
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