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Reinaldo Gil Zambrano

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Reinaldo Gil Zambrano

Reinaldo Gil Zambrano is an award-winning printmaking artist based in Spokane, WA from Caracas, Venezuela. From an early age, RGZ began collecting unique stories from random social encounters that highlight the common aspects of the human identity that later enriched the visual narratives of his drawings, relief prints, installations, and murals.
His narrative raises questions of daily issues equally experienced by people across culture and borders using relief printing as a storytelling tool for its illustration and reflection. He studies the universal idea of home and how it affects individual personalities by exploring iconography derived from the Majority World and fascinating storytelling inspired by Hispanic literature’s magical realism and illustrations from the Venezuelan Rosana Farias. His wordless visual narratives seek to challenge the limitations of the written language and bring people together in celebration of the commonality of their collective experiences.
Reinaldo is currently an assistant professor of Printmaking at Gonzaga University as well as an artist member at the Saranac Art Projects, Co-founder of the Spokane Print & Publishing Center, Art Commissioner for the state of Washington, and Spanish host of the #1 printmaking podcast: HELLO PRINT FRIEND

Donated Piece:
This is not a hand, it’s an elk!
Reinaldo Gil Zambrano
8” x 10”
Woodcut print on paper.
Value: $60