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An Unfinished Conversation: Collecting Enrique Martinez Celaya, November 17, 2009 - January 10, 2010


Enrique Martinez Celaya (American, 1964-), The Imitator, 2007,w watercolor on paper, 24.5 x 33.5. Collection of Martin Brest


Enrique Martinez Celaya (American, 1964-), My Sebastian holding a skate, 2005, oil and tar on canvas, 100 x 78 inches. Collection of Martin Brest


Figure with arm outstretched (Frost), 2002, oil and acrylic on paper, 90 x 54.5 inches. Collection of Martin Brest


Enrique Martinez Celaya (American, 1964-), Boy, 2003, bronze, 8 x 5.5 x 7 inches. Collection of Martin Brest ENRIQUE MARTINEZ CELAYA, (American, 1964 - ), Untitled (growth), 2003, watercolor on paper, 10.5 x 10.5 inches. Collection of Martin Brest Artist Enrique Martinez Celaya in his studio
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