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Carlos Guillermo Gómez, M.F.A.
­­­­­Office: 956-882-8805
E-mail: carlos.gomez@utb.edu

ACADEMIC TRAINING AND DEGREES

1977-79     Washington State University, M.F.A. 1979, Painting/ Drawing/Ceramics
1974-76     Pan American University, B.F.A. 1977, Paintings/ Ceramics/ Print Making/ Art History

SUPPLIMENTARY TRAINING:                                                                                     
2000         Coronado Studio, Austin Texas

TEACHING EXPERIENCE/WORK EXPERIENCE

Present: Professor of Fine Art University of Texas at Brownsville.
1998-2000 Adjunct Faculty College of Education, University of Houston
1992 -1998 Associate Professor University of Texas at Brownsville.
1995 -2001 Gallery Director Richardson Art Gallery, UTB.
1985- 1992 Instructor Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, Texas
1982-1985 Supervisor Crafts Studio/Director UC Gallery, University of Houston
1981-1982 Head Typesetter United Graphics, Houston, Texas
1980-1981 Carpentry Shop Head/Assistant Art Director Mountain Park Educational/Recreational Center, Houston, Texas
1979 Teaching Assistant Drawing Washington State University
1978 Teaching Assistant Pre-Columbian Art Washington State University
1977 Research Assistant Chicano Studies Washington State University
       
Teaching Assistant Mexican Art Washington State University
       Teaching Assistant Black Studies Washington State University

EXHIBITION HISTORY 

Gallery Affiliations  Nuevo Santander Gallery, McAllen, Texas.  

2010

"Unplugged: Gómez on Paper 5th Edition" Washington State University Gallery II, Pullman Washington.
Cuatro Brownsville Historic Museum Carlos G. Gómez, Antonio Antinori, Gabriel Trevino, Jesus de la Rosa, Brownsville, Texas.
5 x 7 Old Whitney Printing Building, Austin, Texas                                                
Kyoto University, Japan
(MIMB)
Korea Seoul International Book Fair, Seoul Korea, (MIMB)
Texas A&M Kingsville, Kingsville, Texas, Carlos G. Gómez
South Texas College, Rio Grande Campus, "Unplugged" Gomez on Paper
Thompson River University, BC. (MIMB)
University of Nevada, Reno NV. (MIMB)
Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City MO. (MIMB)
Escuela de Arte De Oviedo Spain, (MIMB)
Museo Casa Riog. Puerto Rico (MIMB)
China National Academy of Fine Arts, Hangzhou Zhejiang Province, (MIMB) Gallery West, UT- Arlington Studio Art Center. (MIMB)
Ohio Northern University, (MIMB)
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. (MIMB)
Indiana University, Bloomington. (MIMB)  
Yonsei University, Eunjin Park, Korea Book Art Association, Seoul Korea. (MIMB)
University of Colorado, Boulder CO., Printmaking Gallery (MIMB)                            
University of Wisconsin Madison,(MIMB)
Mount St. Mary’s University, (MIMB)    
Western New York Book Art Center, (MIMB)

2009
























Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Ill.  (MIMB) 
MEXIC-ARTE Museum, Invitational, Austin, Texas 
Chicano XV: Celebrating 15 years of the Serie Project, UT- Brownsville,
Brownsville, Texas. 
Houghton College, NY. (MIMB)
University of Alabama, Huntsville, AL. (MIMB)
Youngstown State University, Youngstown Ohio (MIMB)
Carleton College, Northfield, MN. (MIMB)
Unplugged: Gómez on Paper 4th Edition”, UT-Brownsville.
Birmingham Southern College, Durbin Gallery, (MIIMB)
5X7, Group Show Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas.
5X7Gallery Inman Gallery, Houston, Texas, Group Traveling Show
The University of Granada, Spain  (MIMB)
Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah GA (MIMB)
Ohio University, Athen  (MIMB)
University of Akron Emily Davis Gallery (MIMB)
South Texas College in McAllen Texas (MIMB)
“Unplugged” Gómez on Paper # 3, Art Center of Corpus Christi.  A One Man Show.
TRES: Carlos G. Gómez, Antonio Antinori, Gabriel Trevino, Brownsville Historic Museum, Brownsville, Texas.
Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory and Educational Foundation, Cleveland Ohio (MIMB)
Columbia College  Chicago Exhibition Space, Chicago Illinois (MIMB)
Monumental Idea in Miniature Book, Traveling exhibitor. Spain, China Argentina, Pakistan, Finland, and over 22 US universities and other institutions. (2009-11)
Ink and Clay 35, Western States Juried Exhibition, Kellogg University Art Gallery of California State Polytechnic University,
Pomona California.  Jurors:  Christy Johnson AMOCA
Carolyn Peters Laband Gallery Loyola-Marymount (MIMB)
Arlington Museum of Art 18th Annual Art StarShine, Arlington Texas.

2008












Self-Portraits: Inner Voices, UTB, Brownsville, Texas. Curator, Carlos G Gómez.
Ex-Votos and Retablos, Lawndale Arts Center, Houston Texas.
Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas Texas 5 X 7 on the Road
Inman Gallery, Houston, Texas, 5 X 7 on the Road
Miniature Contemporary Artwork created by  Texas Artists,  Saltillo Municipal Museum, The Museo Vito Alessio Robles, Saltillo Mexico
“DOS” Carlos G. Gómez, Gabriel Trevino, The Alonzo, Brownsville, Texas.
Arthouse Jones Center for Contemporary 5” X 7” Art Invitational, Austin, Texas.                      
Legends and Folktales of South Texas and Northern Mexico Exhibit, University of Texas Pan American, Edinburg Texas.
La Sala de Arte Latino/The Latino Art Wing of The Box Contemporary Museum of Art Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin Texas.
Black and White, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas

2007
















Death, Invitational, Galleria 409, Brownsville, Texas
Vin Gallery @ Guadalupe Arts Center, Austin, TX (Serie Print Project)
Firehouse Art Gallery, Del Rio, TX, (Serie Print Project)
Cadence, A One Man Show, Rusteberg Art Gallery, Brownsville, Texas
A Collection of Rio Grande Valley and Northern Mexico Artists, Texas A&M Kingsville University, Kingsville, Texas, Kingsville. Curator: Jesus de la Rosa
Five X Seven CONDUIT GALLERY, Dallas, Texas
MASA 3, Centro Cultural Aztlan, San Antonio Texas.
Legends and Folktales of South Texas and Northern Mexico Exhibit, Brownsville Historic Museum, Brownsville, Texas.
5X7Gallery Sonja Roesch, Houston, Texas, Group Traveling Show
Sister Cities Testing Boundaries Exhibition, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso Texas. Curated by Christian Gerstheimer.
5X7 Art Splurge and Exhibition, Group Show, Arthouse Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin, Texas.
Hair of the dog: Carlos G. Gómez and Bret Lefler, a two man show, Richardson Art Gallery, UTB, Brownsville Texas.
Shine 2007: Velenshine, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas

2006








Project: M.A.S.A.#2, Gallista Gallery, San Antonio, Texas
5X7 Art Splurge & Exhibition, Group Show Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas.
5X7 Art Splurge and Exhibition, Group Show, Arthouse Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin, Texas.
One-man Show La Chupacabra Chronicles”, UTB, Brownsville, Texas.
Four from Brownsville, Texas; Kellogg Gallery, California State Polytechnic California, Pomona
“Sir Real”, Kent State University, Kent Ohio, Curator Kirk Mangus.
Shine 2006: Fire and Ice, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas

2005










VIN Gallery, Austin Texas, (Serie Print Project).
Project: M.A.S.A.#1, Gallista Gallery, San Antonio, Texas
Experiencia de Arte Latino Inaugural Year Premiere Art Exhibit / Auction and Art Sales Event, Art Center of Corpus Christi, Texas
Frontera, Tradición, y Amistad, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Tamaulipas, Bi-National Invitational.              
One-man Show “Gómez: Recalled”, Schreiner University, Kerrville, Texas
“Correntes Alternas”  Group Show Museo  de Arte Contemporano de Tamaulipas, Matamoros Mexico
Frontera, Tradición, y Amistad, Museo  de Arte Contemporano de Tamaulipas, Matamoros
Shine (Moon glow), Group Show Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas

2004




















San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo Texas, (Serie Print Project).
5X7 Art Splurge & Exhibition, Group Show Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas.
30 Visiones: Galería Lorenzo Homar Taller Puertorriqueño, Philadelphia,  PA. (Serie Print Project)
“Cuatro del Valle”, (Xavier Garza, Carlos G. Gómez,  Celina Hinojosa,    Luis Valderas), Narciso Martinez Cultural Arts Center, San Benito, Texas.
MCC, Carlos G. Gómez and Jo McMasters, McAllen, Texas.
5x7 Exhibition, Group Show Arthouse at the Jones Center Contemporary Museum, Austin, Texas.
“Cruzando Fronteras”, Museo  de Arte Contemporano de Tamaulipas, Matamoros Mexico Curator, Maria Elena Macias Urzua.
Chicano Art for our Millennium, Mesa Southwest Museum, Baja Gallery, Mesa, Arizona, Book.
Latin Visions Tyler Junior College, Tyler Texas,
(Serie Print Project)
“Unplugged”, Gómez on Paper, A One-man Show, Richardson Art Gallery, UT-Brownsville.
Reviewed William Mathews , The Collegian, Featured: David Robledo. Brownsville Herald,  Profiled: Festiva Magazine, Brownsville Herald, Jeannie Floyd
Corazones Distinos IV, Group Show Sala Arte Gallery McAllen Texas
Faculty Exhibition, University of Texas at Brownsville, Richardson Gallery,
Featured: The Collegian by William Mathews.

2003











Serie Print Project Adair Margo Gallery El Paso, Texas
“Desde el Corazon”, The Center for Mexican-American Studies at UT Austin.  (Serie Print Project)
Sala Arte Gallery, McAllen, Gallery Group Show
Arthouse traveling show Dunn and Brown Contemporary Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Mixture Contemporary Art, Houston, Texas, via Arthouse traveling show, Austin, Texas
Arthouse traveling show The Bower, San Antonio, Texas
Arthouse’s 2003 5x7 Exhibition, Jones Center Contemporary Museum, Austin, Texas.
"UNO" 1st Anniversary Art Exhibit, Progresso Art Gallery, Nuevo Progresso, Mexico.
One-man Show “Presence”, Carlos G. Gómez, A, La Peña Gallery Austin, Texas
A Solo Show “Carlos G. Gómez, ORALE”, , Progreso Art Gallery,  Nuevo Progreso, Mexico.
“Sunny Side Up”, Group Show Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington Texas. Catalog.

2002










TFAA travel show Finesilver Gallery, San Antonio, Texas:
One-man Show “The Human Condition”, The Alonzo, Brownsville, TX.
TFAA travel show Inman Gallery, Houston, Texas
TFAA travel show Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
One-man Show "El Regresó a Houston", A,  Museo Guadalupe Aztlan, Houston Texas.
TFAA's 2002 5 by 7 by X Exhibition, The Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin, Texas
"Colores de la Region",  Group Show Sala Arte Gallery, McAllen, Texas
"Dos Caras del sur de Tejas", Carlos G. Gómez, Cesar Martinez, Brownsville Historic Museum, Brownsville, Texas.  Curator: Romeo Montalvo.  Featured: Festiva, Brownsville Herald.
Faculty Exhibition University of Texas at Brownsville.

2001
















First Annual Normah Knight Invitational, Group Show Harlingen, Texas.
"From Culture to Canvas"; Carlos G. Gómez, Noel Palmenez, A Two Man Show, UT- MB, Moody Medical Library, Galveston, TX.
"Premiere Serie VIII", (also featuring Serie VII), St. Edward's University Austin, Texas
Third Annual Rio Grande Valley Museum All Valley Art Exhibition, Harlingen, TX.
Serie Print Project, Group Show Norman, Oklahoma at the Firehouse Art Center.
"Master Pieces", South Texas Institute For the Arts, Corpus Christi, TX  Catalog.
"La Union Del Pueblo: Igualdad, Dignidad Y Respeto", Chicano/a  Exhibition  Boise State University, Juror: Cesar Martínez, Catalog.
"The serie print project, recent acquisitions", Group Show, Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, Texas.
"The Select View" "Artveo", Group Show, Old Town Gallery ,  Shiney Gallery, Wichita Kansas.
One Man Show "Serendipity", South Texas Community College, McAllen TX.
All Faculty Show Art for Art's Sake; University of Texas at Brownsville,  Reviewed by AD Rocha, The Collegian.
Coronado Studio; Print Serie VII, University of Texas art Brownsville, Reviewed, Debra Wilborn, The Collegian, and Kevin Garcia. Brownsville Herald

2000








"Divine Art Auction, retablo/ex-voto" Invitational, Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, Texas.
"Serie VII" Serie Project, Inc. & Teatro Humanidad, Austin, Texas
A One-Man Show   Provenance: Rio Grande Valley Museum, Harlingen Texas.
Orilla del Mar II International Art Exhibition, in Conjunction with The 7th Annual Cine Sol Latino  Film Festival. South Padre Island Convention Center.  Curator, Noe Hinojosa.
"Artcapades", South Texas Institute for the Art, Corpus Christi, TX., Invitational Exhibition, Co-Chairmen: Dee Dee Cutbirth, Teresa Ranly-Garcia, and Judy Staveley. Catalog.
One Man Show Pseudonym: Carlos G. Gómez, Richardson Art Gallery, UTB Reviews: Noe Hinojosa, The Mesquite Review and Debra Wilborn, The Collegian.

1999









"El Quinto Sol" Rancho del Cielo, Mexico. Collaboration sculpture; Carlos Gomez, Ted Estrada, Jose Solis, UTB summer II art students
“21 Artistas Plasticos de la Frontera”, Centro Cultural Arq. Mario Pani, Matamoors, Mexico. International Show.  Curator: Juan Gonzalez
“Momentum III”, Alternative Festival, Bellas Artes Institute, Matamoros Mexico. International Show.  Curators: Esteban Brown, Juan Gonzalez.
“Arte Rio Grande II” The  Mesquite Review:  , Millennium, McAllen Texas, Curator: Noe Hinojosa, Jr.
“Square Roots”, Invitational Exhibition, South Texas Institute for the Arts, Corpus Christi, Texas, Rachel Gonzalez-Falla, Chair.
7th Annual Faculty Art Exhibition UTB, Brownsville Texas

1998














One Man Show “Huevos con Chile”, , Alonzo Building, Gorgas Science Foundation, Brownsville.
“Art with Heart”, International Bank of Commerce, McAllen Texas.
“Art with Heart”, Nuevo Santander Gallery, McAllen, Texas
One Man Show “The Good Mexican”, Narciso Martinez Cultural Arts Center, San Benito, Texas
Reviewed by:  Alice Green, Valley Mourning Star.
“Reflections”, South Texas Institute for the Arts Invitational, Singer Gallery, Corpus Christ, Texas.
Curators: Jodi Hahn, Alisa Kennedy. (Catalogue).
Faculty Art Exhibition, University of Texas at Brownsville Brownsville, Texas.
Naturaleza Evocativa: Carlos G. Gómez, Luis Guerra, and Liliana Garcia-Roig , Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center Art Annex, San Antonio, Texas. Curator:  Kathy Vargas. Reviewed by: Dan Goddard, San Antonio, Express-News
“The Exchange” Tarrant County College Northwest, Fort Worth, Texas. Curators: Richard Smith and Carlos G. Gómez.

1997










Gorgas Science Foundation Art Exhibition, Alonzo Building, Group Exhibition, Brownsville, Texas.  Curator: Sergio Garcia.
Tres Proyectos Latinos: Re-Collections, Austin Museum of Art at Laguna Gloria, Austin, Texas.
Curators:  Benito Huerta, Kathy Vargas, Henry Estrada, and Victor Zumudio-Taylor.
Reviewed by:  ARIBA, Art & Business News, Austin, May 23, 1997, DISTINCT, Westlake Picayanne, Austin, June 12,1997,CHRONICLE arts review, Austin, August, 1997, and  American Statesman, Austin, May 24, 1997. (Catalogue).
"ELEMENTS", Singer Gallery Art Museum of South Texas Invitational, Corpus Christi, Texas.
Curators:  Jodi Steen and Sheri Pfromer. (Catalogue).
Faculty Art Exhibition, University of Texas at Brownsville, Brownsville, Texas.

1996











"El Quinto Sol: Chicano (a) Perspectives", Museo Guadalupe Aztlan, Houston, Texas/University of Houston -Town, O'Kane Gallery,  Invitational Group National Exhibition, Houston, Texas. Curator:  Jesus  Medel
Carlos Gómez Paintings, Texas A&M University at Kingsville, Kingsville, Texas.
Gladys Porter Zoo Art Exhibition, Brownsville, Texas.  Group Show, Curated by John Aguilar.
XII Festival Internacional de la Raza en  Matamoros, Bi-National Exhibition. Teatro de la Reforma, Matamoros, Mexico. Curator: Carlos Gómez
Artists of the Rio Grande Valley, Texas A & M University at Kingsville, Fine Arts Gallery. Kingsville, Texas.  Curators: Charles  Valentin and Carlos Gómez.
Carlos Gómez, Paintings and Drawings.  Simon Michael Gallery, Bee County College, Beeville, Texas.
Faculty Art Exhibition, University of Texas at Brownsville, Brownsville, Texas.

1995




All That Glitters Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas.  Curators:  Deborah Kobelan, Ann Hennis. (Catalogue).
Faculty Art Exhibition, University of Texas at Brownsville, Brownsville, Texas.
Gorgas Science Foundation, An Art Exhibition & Auction, Casa de Amistad & Municipal  
Auditorium Harlingen, Texas. Curator:  Sergio Garcia. (Catalogue).

1994








Festival International de la Raza, Bi-National Exhibition: 1994, Teatro de la Reforma, Matamoros, Mexico.Curator:  Leticia Rendon Jamar, Carlos Gómez.
"Art Squared," Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas  (Catalogue).
Curator:  Janet Herbst.
Abstracted Skies of South Texas: A One Man Show of Painting and Drawing.  University of Texas at Brownsville Richardson Gallery.  Brownsville, Texas.
"Ojos Mexicanos,"  A One Man Show.  Teatro de la Reforma, Matamoros, Mexico.  Reviewed by the Newspaper, El Bravo Guest Critic:  Architect, Manuel Roblero.
Eight Parkside National Small Print Exhibition. University of Wisconsin-Parkside at Kenosha, Wisconsin (Catalogue). Juror:  Ruth Weisberg.

1993

Cara on Cara:  Texas Faces. Guadalupe Cultural Art Center/Instituto Cultural Mexicano, San Antonio, Texas.  Curators:  Kathy Vargas and Miguel Cortinas.  Reviewed by the San Antonio Express. Art Critic: Dan R. Goddard.

1992 Faculty Art Exhibition.  University of Texas at Brownsville, Brownsville, Texas.
1991

Carlos Gómez Recent Paintings, Communications Arts & Sciences Gallery, University of Texas-Pan American, Edinburg, Texas.
Faculty Art Exhibition. Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, Texas.

 

1990


The Art in Nature, The Texas Museum of Natural History, Austin, Texas. Curators: Trina Sims, Albert Acosta, and Mary Martin.
Faculty Art Exhibition. Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, Texas.
"Night for Nursing," Texas Southmost College. Group Show Curator:  Carlos Gómez.

1989 Faculty Art Exhibition. Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, Texas.
1988 Faculty Art Exhibition. Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, Texas.
1987 Faculty Art Exhibition. Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, Texas.
1986 Faculty Art Exhibition. Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, Texas
1985



Faculty Art Exhibition. Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, Texas.
Group Show, Galveston Community.College Galveston, Texas.  Curator:  Anastasio Davila.
Carlos Gómez, Feathered Artist, LULAC Southwest Conference, Astrodome Conference Annex, Houston,Texas.

1984


One Man Show NOVO-Tovar Gallery, Houston, Texas. Curator:  Dr. Sylvia Pena.
Ojos Mexicano, Group Show, UC Gallery, University of Houston University Park, Houston, Texas.  Curator:  Carlos Gómez.
“10 Rear Retrospective” NOVO-Tovar Gallery, Houston, Texas.

1983

Group Show, O' Kane Gallery, University of Houston Down Town. Houston, Texas.  Curator: Joe Rodriquez

1982



Hispanic Artist of Houston, Machorro Gallery, Houston, Texas. Curator:  Bert Leon Luna.
One Man Show, Ripley House Gallery, Houston, Texas.
Seis:  Six Visions Art Exhibition, Mexi-catessen Old Market Square, Houston, Texas.  Sponsor: Arco Iris Inc. Curator:  Sam Coronado.

1981








"Christmas Art Exhibition", Ripley House Gallery, Houston, Texas. Curator:  Anastasio Davila.
"70th American Annual at Newport," Art Association of Rhode Island, New Port, Rhode Island. Jurors:  Richard Merkin, Roger Mayer, and Dietmar Winkle.  Judge:  Richard Merkin.
"Latin Spirit of the 80's." Lawndale Annex Gallery-University of Houston, Houston, Texas. Curators:  Bert Leon Luna and Anastasio Davila;  Reviewed by the Houston  Chronicle's, Patricia C. Johnson.
"24th Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture." Sidney Rothman Gallery, Barnegat Light, New Jersey. Curator: Sidney Rothman.

1980 "2nd National Juried Exhibition", Gallery Triangle, Washington, D.C. (Southwest)
1979



"Three Man Show," Compton Union Building Art Gallery.  Washington State University, Pullman, WA. Reviewed by the Evergreen Newspaper.
M.F.A.  Thesis Exhibition Museum of Fine Arts, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.
Reviewed by the Evergreen Newspaper.

1978

Two Man Show, Gallery II, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.
Graduate Review Exhibition Museum of Fine Arts, Washington State University

1977

Group Show.  Compton Union Building Art Galley, Pullman, WA
"Despertaiz"  Three Man International Art Exhibition. Pan American University Library, Edinburg, Texas. Reviewed by the Town Crier's writer, Jorge Canales.

1976

Gallery Artist.  Altimira Gallery, Edinburg, Texas.
B.F.A.  Thesis Exhibition, Pan American University, Art Gallery, Edinburg, Texas.

1975 Group Show, Pan American University, Edinburg, Texas.
1973 Group Show, Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, Texas.
                                      

CURATORSHIP

2008

  • Self-Portraits; Inner Voices, State Invitational, Curator, Carlos G. Gómez.
  • Black and White: A Valley Wide Photography Competition Juried and curated by Carlos G. Gómez.

2007

  • All Teachers Juried Art Show, Richardson Art Gallery, UTB, Brownsville, Texas, Juror and Curator.

2006

  • Four Emerging Artist, Jesus de la Rosa, Gabriel Trevino, Mauricio Sáenz, Luis Valderaz, UT-Brownsville Richardson Art Gallery.
  • Four from Brownsville: Kellogg Gallery at Pomona, California. Mar 10 thru Apr 22, 2006.
    Carlos Gomez, Noel Palmenz, Alma Rocha, George Lorio. Curator: Carlos G. Gómez

2004      

  • Indigenous Mesoamerica, through the photography of Dr. Gene Paull, Richardson Art Gallery UTB, September 1 – 30 Curator: Carlos G. Gómez.
  • Felix Morales Lopez,  One From Oaxaca, sponsored by Amigos Artistas, Historic, Brownsville Museum, February to March. Chief Curator: Carlos G. Gómez

2003

  • "George Truan A Retrospective" sponsored by Amigos Artistas, Historic Brownsville Museum, February 20 to March 28.  Chief Curator Carlos G. Gómez, Reviewed.

1995-05         

  • University of  Texas at Brownsville, Bachelor of Arts Senior Thesis Art Exhibition Curator Carlos Gómez.

2000      

  • "Dos Ventanas: Noe Hinojosa, Jill Panky, Richardson Art Gallery, UTB, Brownsville, TX. September 26, to October 20.  Curated, By Carlos G. Gómez

1995-01                

  • University of Texas at Brownsville, Richardson Gallery.

1999

  • "Alebrijes", Los Mijes (an indigenous group from Oxaxaca, Mexico).Curators:  Carlos Gómez, Ana Laura Perez Salazar, Mexican Consulate, Francisco Dominguez, consulate official. 
    University of Texas at Brownsville, Richardson Art Gallery.

1997-98

  • Curator for Rodriques’s  Space, Gorgas Hall, University of Texas at Brownsville.
  • Brownsville Art League's 26th International Art Student Show, Brownsville Art League Museum, sponsored by Visitors Convention  Bureau, Art League of Brownsville, and the
    B. I. S. D. Served as Judge for the High School Division. (Catalogue).
  • Tri-Group Show, Joseph Cain Memorial Gallery, Del Mar College.  Served as sole judge and curator for an art competition that consist of: South Texas Art League,
    Southwest Sculpture Society, and the Watercolor Society of South Texas.  (Catalogue).

1996

  • XII Festival Internacional de la Raza en Matamoros. Teatro de la Reforma, Matamoros, Mexico. Curator:  Carlos Gómez.
  • Artists of the Rio Grande Valley, Texas A & M University at Kingsville, Fine Arts Gallery, Kingsville, Texas. Curators: Charles Valentin and Carlos Gómez.

1985-95

  • University of Texas at Brownsville, Texas Southmost College.  All Lower and Upper division student Art exhibition curators: Carlos Gómez and Nancy Sclight.

1994

  • Festival Cultural de OTONO '94 Sede Casamata Primer Encuentro de Artes Plasticas, Matamoros Mexico.
    Jurors:  Offir. Guillermo G. Reyna, Manuel Teran, MFA, Nestor Villacia Ph.D., and Carlos Gómez, MFA.             
  • Dr. De La Fuente, One Man Show, Casa Mata, Matamoros, Mexico.  Curator:  Carlos Gómez.
  • Festival Internacional de la Raza '94. Bi-National Exhibition, Teatro de la Reforma, Matamoros, Mexico. Curators:  Leticia Rendon Jamar, and Carlos Gómez.
  • Brownsville Independent School District 18th Annual High Schools Art Show: Level 3-4. Judge: Carlos Gómez.
  • "Los Trabajos de Prometeo." Teatro de la Reforma, Matamoros, Mexico, Curator: Carlos Gómez.
  • Advance Student Art Exhibition, University of Texas at Brownsville, Texas.  (Sponsor/Curator)

1993                      

  • Cara on Cara: Texas Faces.  Sponsored by the Guadalupe Cultural Art Center, and the Mexican Cultural Institute, San Antonio, Texas.  Served as Rio Grande Valley Curator.                    

1991-94

  • Gladys’s Porter Zoo, "Boo at the Zoo." Brownsville, Texas.  Coordinated the decoration of a set for the zoo's Halloween fund raiser.

1990                      

  • Kenmont Grade School Art Competition, Brownsville, Texas.  Judge:  Carlos Gómez.

1986-88

  • Patron of the Arts Program, Texas Southmost College Gallery Curator.  Brownsville, Texas.

1986-87

  • Gladys’s Porter Zoo's All Valley Art Exhibition Competition.  Jurors:  Dr. Norm Brown, and Carlos Gómez.

1985-87

  • Brownsville Independent School District Annual HighSchool Art Show all level judge.La Villa Elementary Art Show.  Judge: Carlos Gómez.

1982

  • American Insurance Corporation, One Allen Center ArtCompetition, Houston, Texas.  Judge:  Carlos Gómez.

Related Activities

2009

  • Curandero Conversations by Antonio Zavaleta and Alberto Salinas Sr., Cover Painting by Carlos G. Gómez, Publisher AuthorHouse, 2009

2008

  • Monumental Ideas in Miniature Book, by Hui-Chu Ying 2008
  • Monsters: Chupacabra (MCHUP-1), publisher Thomson Gale, ISBN 13:978-0-7377-3162-0, 2008

2007      

  • Publication; A Pile of Rocks, by Carlos G. Gómez, NISOD Innovation Abstract, XXIX No. 17, College of Educating, UT- Austin.
  • Contributor to Further Studies in Rio Grande Valley History, by Milo Kearny, Anthony Knopp, Antonio Zavaletta, Volume 7, UTB Press, “The muse of art in the Brownsville region”, wrote pages 277-305.

2006

  • Publication; It is Art, by Carlos G. Gómez, NISOD Innovation Abstract, Volume XXVII No. 22, College of Education, UT- Austin.
  • Gave a lecture at Kent State University, on my work and contemporary issues in art.

2003              

  • Served as Program Contributor for grades K-8 Spotlight on Art; Authors are Robyn M. Turner, Ph.D. and Rebecca L. Brooks,   Ph.D.; publisher is Pearson Scott Foreman.
  • Reviewed the Late George Truan Retrospective at the Brownsville Historic Museum, for the Mesquite Review Magazine April/May.

2002                      

  • Review of Batos Locos for the Mesquite Review
  •  The Hispanic Research Center, Arizona State University, Review of Batos Locos Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art Work: Artist, Works, and Education. Volume 2
  • Reviewed Robert Berrson's Responding to Art, for McGraw-Hill Publishing Companies. (Arts & Humanities).

2001                      

  • La Mano del Pintor: 27 years of Painting", by Mr. Carlos G. Gómez A slide presentation of selected artworks by the artist/teacher.  UTB, September 20, 2001.  Produced by UTB media Center.
  • "Is It Art"? By Carlos G. Gómez, The Mesquite Review, April/May, 2001
  • "Getting past the conventions in art class", by Carlos G. Gómez, A Viewpoint, The Collegian, April 9, 2001.

1999-00

  • Front cover artwork, Novosantanderino, Tomo 3, Numero 1, Primavera de 2000.  Literary journal from the modern language department UTB.
  • Retrospective slide presentation of my work and visiting critic at Austin Community College, Northridge Campus, Austin, Texas.  July 28, 2000.
  • "Green Grass", A Commentary, by Carlos G. Gómez, Mesquite Review, December/January, '99/'00.

1999

  • “A Pile of Rocks”...Art Class digs up “serpent” at Rancho del Cielo, by Carlos Gómez, The Collegian, October 15, 1999.
  • "A Pile of Rocks", by Carlos Gómez, The Mesquite Review, October/ November 1999,
  • Reviewed: Batos Locos, “The lost Breed” art exhibition for The Mesquite  Review.  August/September 1999
  • “Second Annual Hispanic Arts Festival-Influence on the Arts”, South Padre Island Convention Center, South Padre Island, Texas. 
    Region One Education Service Center Office of High School.  Gave two retrospective slide presentations on my work.  Other speaker were:

    Denise Chavez; Keynote Speaker
    David Barrera
    Daniel Escobar
    Valente Rodriquez
    Simón Silva
    Armando Hinojosa
    Juan Delgado
    J. D. Mata
    Juan Ortiz
    Rebecca V. Rendón
    Jorge Avendaño
    Maria Canales
    Anthony Peña
    Eva Longoria
    Jesus Baustista Morolos
    David Rice
    Letty Garza
    Alfredo Velez
    Los Rojos de Roma
    Rolando Rodriquez
    Nelinda Villarreal
  • Art-in-Architecture Committee for the Los Tomates Port of Entry at Brownsville, TX, General Services Administration, Forth Worth, Texas.

1998   

  • Reviewed : Dos Mujeres (Theresa Herrera/Luz Lyles) art exhibition for The Mesquite Review Magazine.
  • Art at Rancho del Cielo, by Carlos Gomez, Mesquite Review Magazine
  • PANEL DISCUSSION ON ETHNIC IDENTITY, Hispanic Heritage Month, UTB, September16 - October 12.  Dr. Antonio Zavaleta, Anthropology,
    Dr. Mario Diaz, Physics, Dr. Luis Rodriques-Abad, Sociology, Bernice Rendon Talavera, Mexican Consulate, Carlos Gómez, MFA, Artist.
  • Nuevo Santander, 250 years of History Symposium Project, UTB/Texas A&M.  Created event poster. UTB, Hispanic Heritage Steering Committee Catalog.
  • Novosantanderino, Tomo 2, Nu. 1, Primavera de 1998, edited by Juan Antonio González, University of Texas at Brownsville.  Served as illustrator.
  • “Rancho del Cielo trip leave imprint on art students”, by Carlos Gómez, The Collegian,
  • Wrote Book Review of Robert Berrson’s Worlds of Art  art history  section for McGraw-Hill publishing company.

1997

  • Honors Program Faculty, University of Texas at Brownsville.
  • Wrote a Comparative Review of Sayre's A World of Art, second edition, 1997, Prentice Hall and Russell's Art in the World, fourth edition, 1993, Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich for Prentice Hall.
  • Gave a short drawing program to M. Boughton's Introduction to Technology (1201.01) class.  The purpose was to teach students how to draw objects in a three dimensional format.

1996

  • Conducted a "three dimensional visualization" seminar for Dr. Wayne Wells, Associate Professor, School of Engineering, University of Texas at Brownsville, Engr. 1201. (intro to engineering) class. 
    The focus of the program was to teach how to visualize any object in space using the Visual Elements of line, space, and  value.
  • Had 20 of my paintings published in a book by Dr. Milo Kearny, a University of Texas at Brownsville History Professor, titled Studies in Matamoros and Cameron County History.
  • Wrote Critical review of Robert Bersson's textbook: Worlds of Art, 2nd edition, published by Brown & Benchmark.
  • Gallery talk, Frank Jostes Visual Arts Building, Bee County College, Beeville, Texas. Topic: "20 years of Ups and Downs; A Personal Profile."

1991

  • Wrote Critical Review of Stella Pandell Russell's book titled:  Art in the World,  3rd edition, published by  Holt,Rinehart, and Winston.
  • Invited to be a member of The Editorial Advisory Board to evaluate the first Edition of One Drawing, a book published by Collegiate Press and written by Roger Winter.

1987

  • The ExCet Exam, Presented a seminar in preparationfor the Art part of the ExCet.  Pan American University at Brownsville.
  • Carlos G. Gómez- Presented a slide presentation of my work to the Porter High School Art Club.  Brownsville, Texas.
  • Positive and Negative Space: Wood Block Printing, Honors Program, Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, Texas.

 1986

  • Classical Artistic Principles: The Pottery Wheel. Honors Program.  Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, Texas.

1985

  • Cara: Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation, 1965-85. Invited to participate as a state committee member representing the Rio Grande Valley.  Workshop held at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas.

1979

  • Northwest Chicano Education Conference.  Headed Committee that prepared all poster art work for the conference held at Washington State University, Pullman, Washington.


BIOGRAPHIES/PUBLICATIONS

  • Gómez offers "acoustic" version of work, by Jeanette Martinez, Collegian, 2009.
  • Two of a kind, by Cassandra Delgado, The Brownsville Herald, 2008.
  • Publication; It is Art, by Carlos G. Gómez, NISOD Innovation Abstract, Volume XXVII, College of  Education, UT- Austin
  • For Gómez, painting is a "love-hate affair", by Abraham Figueroa, The Collegian,. 2007
  • Audio-visual "Cadence' by Abraham Figueroa, The Collegian. 2007
  • Gómez hangs inaugural exhibit at renovated Rusteberg gallery, by Leslie Williams-Dennis, The Brownsville Herald. 2007
  • The Nation Magazine, Interview with Carlos G. Gomez Artist., 2007
  • Monsters: Chupacabra , Thomson Gale Farmington Hills, Michigan. Publication date Fall 2007
  • Further Studies in the Rio Grande Valley History, Milo Kearny, Anthony Knopp, Antonio Zavaletta, Volume 7, UTB Press.
  • Online review by Sam Coronado, Coronado Studio, Serie Print Project, Austin Texas, 2006. http://www.serieproject.org/ReviewVideo.html
  • Bahía de Banderas News, CNN, Puerto Vallarta http://www.banderasnews.com/0603/art-chupacabra.htm  by Joy Victory, ABC News.
  • Feb 28, 2006  Texas’s Blood –Sucking Monster, El Chupacabra’s Popularity has spread to Art, Films.     By Joy Victory, ABC News
  • Feb 20 2006 The Chupacabra Chronicles….exposed, By Jorge Martinez, Collegain, Volume 58, Issue 20.
  • Local artist sees Chupacabra as a metaphor for Mexican-Americans, by Emma Perez-Trevino, The Brownsville Herald, Feb 10, 2006
  • Take a Walk on the Mild Side: The Chupacabras at Cryptomundo.com Artist and college professor Carlos G. Gómez’s collection of original artwork, "The Chupacabra Chronicles"
  • Texas Country Reporter February 21—BROWNSVILLE: Carlos Gomez: The Chupacabra Chronicles      Art Exhibit Features the legendary goat-sucking creature.
  • ROOM 322 - Oris Bracken Texas Professor and The Chupacabra Chronicles, Report on Carlos G. Gomez by Cryptomundo Biocosm, a new Scientific Theory of Evolution www.room322.com/56636.html
  • ∂| HorrorMagazine | Notizie | Il Chupacabra in mostra - L'artista ha inaugurato il 21 febbraio una mostra presso la galleria della sua università, intitolata The Chupacabra chronicles.
  • At the art of the matter with Gomez’s “unplugged”, by William Matthews, The Collegian, 2004
  • Desconectado, Exhibcion del arte de Carlos Gomez, Extra, El Nuevo Heraldo, por Jeannie Floyd, 2004
  • Imagenes y realidades, David Robledo, EL Nuevo Herald, Brownsville, Texas, Front page. 2004
  • Exhibit features portrait of a killer, The Brownsville Herald, By David Robledo, Front Page, March 5, 2004
  • C. Gómez, Unplugged, Carlos G. Gómez, A One Man Show, Festiva Magazine, Brownsville Herald,  by Jeannie Floyd. March 5 2004.
  • Faculty art show is more than meets the eye, The Collegian,  by William Matthews, 2004.
  • Featured in the up coming book; CHICANO ART FOR OUR MILLENIUM,  Hispanic Research Center, Arizona State University, 2004
  • Ask Art, The Artists Bluebook 2003  32,000 North American Artists16th Century through September 2003, Lonnie Pierson Dunbier, Editor
  • Profiled in K-8 Spotlight on Art; Authors are Robyn M. Turner, Ph.D. and Rebecca L. Brooks,   Ph.D.; publisher is Pearson Scott Foreman.
  • Featured The Brownsville Herald’s Festiva, 9/15/02.
  • Profiled in Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art Work: Artist, Works, and Education, published by the Hispanic Research Center out of Arizona State University.  Publication date; Fall of 2002.
  • "UTB art professor showcase talent", by A. D. Rocha, The Collegian, 2/19/01
  • Austin print project on display here, Debra Wilborn, The Collegian, Jan. 29, 2001
  • "Enlightening", Valley Morning Star, October 19, 2000, page D1 Harlingen, TX.
  • Mesquite Review, Rio Grande News, Hispanic Heritage Month with The Rio Grande Valley Museum.  October/November, 2000.
  • Rio Grande Valley Museum, The Modern Rhapsody, October/November, 2000, Out and About.
  • Feathered guest in "National Hispanic Moment", host Rudy Trevino, KGBT TV 4, Harlingen, Texas September/October 2000.
  • Point of Origin, Festiva, Brownsville Herald, Carlos Gómez communicates his sense of place, culture in exhibit. September 22 2000
  • Museum to display paintings by professor, Riosun, Valley Morning Star, Harlingen, Texas, September 23, 2000.
  • A&E Briefs, The Collegian, September 18, 2000.  "The exhibit....."
  • Interview by Rachel Benavidez, "Valley Beats", KMBH Public Television channel 60, Harlingen, TX, April 2000.
  • Interviewed by Rachel Benavidez, "College Corner, KVEO-NBC Television channel 23, Kids Club, Brownsville, TX, April 2000.
  • "Pseudonym" breaks with tradition, Art Review by Debra Wilborn, The Collegian, page 10, February 21,2000.
  • "From the eye of the painter", front page-page A9, Brownsville Herald, Vol. 108, No. 226.
  • Orange and White, Vol. 5 no. 2, Fall 1999, Heads Above The Crowds.
  • Interviewed on July 19, 1999, Univision TV, Channel 48, McAllen, Texas.
  • "Mexican Indian art exhibit tells about history, cultural roots", by Emma Perez-Trevino, The Brownsville Herald, page 2, July 15, 1999.
  • “Grading the teachers”, Brownsville Herald, Vol. 107, No. 222, February 11, 1999, front page.
  • UTB faculty artworks in the spotlight, by Debra Wilborn, The Collegian, Vol., 51, Issue 10, page 11, February 5, 1999.
  • Preparing for a renaissance, by Claudia S. Melendez, Valley Morning Star, page A10, Saturday, October 3, 1998, Vol. 87, No. 160.
  • Chicano Painter, UTB Professor addresses issues through his art, by Alice Green, Valley Morning Star, Page A6, September 21, 1998, Vol. 87, No. 148.
  • Professor named to Los Tomates bridge art committee, by Debra Wilborn, The Collegian, September 11, 1998, Volume 51, Issue 2.
  • UTB celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with Scheduled events, by Ginger James, The Collegian, September 11, 1998, Volume 51, Issue 2.
  • Fort Worth college’s art instructors show work here, by Debra Wilborn, The Collegian, September 11, 1998, Volume 51, Issue 2.
  • Art at Rancho del Cielo, By Carlos Gómez, September/October, 1998, The Mesquite Review, page 10.
  • Brownsville Art Scene, by G.F. McHale-Scully, The Mesquite Review, page 12
  • UTB this Week, Awards and Honors, Volume 4, Number 33, August 24-30, 1998.
  • Rancho del Cielo trip leave imprint on art students, by Carlos Gómez, page 10, The Collegian, Friday August 26, 1998, Volume 51, Issue 1.
  • “Art Students Travel to Rancho del Cielo”, UTB, Volume 4, No. 28, July 20, 1998.
  • UTB, this Week, Awards, Volume 4, Number 13, April 6-12,1998.
  • "Advanced students art displayed in show", The Collegian, by Melissa Cantu, March 25, 1998, Volume 50, Issue 11.
  • Featured cover artist for the Winter 1998 edition of The Mesquite Review.
  • “Professors showcase art”, The Collegian, by Debra Wilborn, February 23, 1998, Volume 50, Issue 9.
  • “Artist find inspiration in nature”, San Antonio Express-News State Edition, Natural shapes, colors connect Gaudalupe show, Dan Goddard, February 22, 1998 
  • Briefs, On the Scene, by Rodolfo Ornelas, San Antonio Express, January 28, 1998.
  • ARIBA, Art & Business News, "Tres Proyectos" Showcases Latino Art, May 23, 1997, Vol. XVI, No. 38.
  • DISTINCT, Westlake Picayune, Museum of Art presents 'Tres Proyectos Latinos', June 12, 1997.
  • Community Plus, The Brownsville Herald, April 30, 1997, Student International Art Show Results.
  • Celebrate With Us The Successes of The Faculty and Staff of UTB\TSC.  Heads "Above the Crowd," The Orange and White.  Official news letter of The University of Texas
    at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College, Vol. 3 no. 1, February 1997, May 1997, and December 1997.  Also, Vol. 4 No. 2 Fall 1998 and Vol. 5 No. 1 Spring 1999.
  • Studies in Matamoros and Cameron County History, Milo Kearney, Tony Knopp and Antonio Zavaleta, editors.  Illustrated by Carlos Gómez, Associate Professor of Fine Arts, UTB, May 1997. Published by UTB.
  • A COLLECTION OF WORKS BY FACULTY AND STAFF, 1997-2009 University of Texas at Brownsville.
  • Awards/Honors, UTB  This Week, Volume 2, Number 43, University of Texas at Brownsville, October 28.
  • Texas A&M-Kingsville Dates To Remember, Kingsville Record. August 25,1996, August 28, 1996.
  • Texas A&M-Kingsville University-Kingsville, Javelina Bulletin, Calendar, Volume 6, Issue 10, August 23, 1996 Art Professor shows work in national exhibit, The Collegian, Jose M. Villarreal, September 13, 1996, Volume 49, Issue 1.
  • Awards/Honors, UTB This Week, Volume 2, Number 33, University of Texas at Brownsville, August 26, 1996.
  • "Patrons of the Arts is Ready to Entertain", UTB, Volume 2, Number 33, University of Texas at Brownsville, August 19, 1996.
  • Rio Living: Community, Valley Morning Star, by Joy Ault, "It's Gorgas:  Science foundation in Brownsville restores historic building", July 1996.
  • Celebrate With Us The Successes of The Faculty and Staff of UTB.  Heads "Above the Crowd," The Orange and White.  Official newsletter of The University of Texas at Brownsville,
    Vol. 2, no. 1, February 1996.  Vol. 2 no. 2, May 1996.  Vol. 2 no. 1, February 1996.
  • Dameron, Chip. "When Gomez Paints." New Texas 95 (1995): 25.
  • News Strips, a newsletter of The College of Liberal Arts.  The University of Texas at Brownsville, vol. 4, no. 1, November 1995, page 4, vol. 4, number 2, May 1996.
  • "Proud to be a Chicano," Carlos Gómez, noted Artist, Teacher, The Brownsville Herald, Community Plus, September 20, 1995.
  • Celebrate With Us the Successes of The Faculty and Staff of UTB.  Heads "Above the Crowd," The Orange and White, Official Newsletter of the
    University of Texas at Brownsville, vol., 1 no. 3, October 1995.
  • "Rare Cats of Laguna Atascosa", National Wildlife Refuge Texas, page 2, 5, 1995.
  • "El Monte," The American Alligator, A Prehistoric Survivor, 1995, nature News letter, Rio Hondo, Texas, 78583, Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge, pages 1-3.
  • Who's Who Among American Teachers, Educational Communications Inc. Paul Krowse, publisher, 1994 and 1997.
  • "Art Appreciation Students Critique Faculty Art", The Collegian, page 6 Volume 47, Issue 3, February 26, 1995.
  • Department Notes, page 5, News Strips, College of Liberal Arts News Letter
  • UTB volume 3, number 1; December 1994.
  • Faculty Honored, page 3, "The Sting", Volume 3, Number 1.  November 1994, UTB and TSC.
  • Appeared on KRGV Channel 5, People Stories, Weslaco, Texas, feature reporter; Letty Fernandez, October 23, 1994.
  • Appeared on XHAB Channel 7, Arte en Brownsville, Matamoros, Mexico, May 1994.
  • "Student Art Exhibition," Brownsville Herald, April 26, 1994.
  • "Advance Students bare their souls in Art Exhibition", Brownsville Herald, April 6, 1994.
  • "Mujer, sueno y muerte en la pintura de Carlos Gómez", Arq. Manuel Robledo Trevino, Suplemento Dominical, El Bravo, February 6, 1994.
  • "En Mexico todo es Arte",  Leticia Rendon Jamar, Suplemento Dominical, El Bravo, January 30, 1994.
  • "Faces Fill Galleries beyond 'CARA'".  Dan R. Goddard, San Antonio Express, June 6, 1993.
  • "Strategies for Achieving Cultural Diversity," a report prepared by Cultural Diversity Team Upper Level Management Development Program for the US Fish and Wildlife Service, April 1992.
  • "This Painting...” The Daily Evergreen, WA., January 19, 1979.
  • "Pan Am News," The Valley Town Crier, Edinburg, July 1977.
  • Appeared on KGBT Television Station Channel 4, Harlingen, Texas, Artist of South Texas, hosted by Larry James.
  • "People", Brownsville Herald, January 12, 1994.
  • UTB News and Information, Volume 2, Number 3, "Did you know", February 1994.
  • "Students Show their Artwork at UTB", The Collegian, April 22, 1994.
  • "Student Dances Her Way to the Top", The Collegian, April 22, 1994.
  • News Strips, Volume 2, Number 2, "Department Notes", May, 1993.
  • "In Review Faculty Art Show", Exchange, TSC, Volume 6, Number 4, Mary Carnesi.
  • "Mega Mural", Brownsville Herald, May 1993.
  • "Leasing:  Happy Medium for Most College Unions", Edward Keane, College Union Magazine, page 24, December 1984.
  • Appeared on Houston's channel 13 program,  "Viva Houston," hosted by Sylvan Rodriguez, Profiles. 1984.
  • Appeared twice on Houston's channel 26 program, "Herencia," hosted by Hector Garcia, Profiles, November 12 and 14, 1994.
  • "Carlos Gómez Pinta Con Crayon", P.G. Moron, Arte Nuestro, El Sol De Houston, February 24, 1982
  • "Chicano Artist Display Works", The Daily Evergreen, WA. November 14, 1979.
    The New York Art Review, Editor and Publisher Les Krantz 3rd edition, artist profiled. Published by American References Inc. 
    Chicago, Illinois, 1987.
  • "Local Show Spotlights Exceptional Hispanic Art", Patricia C. Johnson, Houston Chronicle, September 19, 1981.
  • "Our School", TV Station KBSD, channel 37, Brownsville, Texas, 1994. Hosted by Ray Sais.

OTHER/MISCELLANEOUS/GRANTS

  • Nominated for the Piper Professor Award, UT- Brownsville, 2009
  • Children Museum of Brownsville, Judge.  2009
  • Amigos Artistas Art in the Park, Judge, Brownsville Texas 2009
  • Nominated to the University of Texas Chancellors Teaching Excellence Award.  2008.
  • Nominated to the University of Texas Chancellors Teaching Excellence Award.  2007.
  • Received grant from the Presidents Circle Fund (UTB) for Visiting Artist trip to Rancho del Cielo Mexico. 2007
  • Nominated for the Chancellor’s Council Innovations in Education Award.  2006
  • Included in the 10th Edition of Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 2006-07.
  • Was honored by the University of Texas at Brownsville as a Meritorious Faculty member. 2006.
  • Nominated for the Selina Roberts Ottum Award, sponsored by Americans For The Arts Organization, Washington, D.C. 2006
  • Received a grant from the BUS for my Visiting Artist trip to Rancho del Cielo Mexico. 2006
  • Received grant from the Presidents Circle Fund (UTB) for Visiting Artist trip to Rancho del Cielo Mexico. 2006
  • Supervised Tile Murals for the City oF Brownsville, BUS department, 2006
  • Received a grant from the Presidents Circle Fund (UTB) for Visiting Artist trip to Rancho del Cielo Mexico. 2005
  • Chosen to Marquis Who’s Who in the World, 22nd Edition 2004-05.
  • Chosen to Who’s Who Among American Teachers, 2003-2004-2005
  • Nominated to the University of Texas Chancellors Teaching Excellence Award.  2003.
  • Was honored by the University of Texas at Brownsville as a Meritorious Faculty member. 2003
  • Chosen to Marquis Who's Who in America and profile in the 58 Edition of that publication, 2004
  • Member National Board of Directors For the Serie Print Project, Austin Texas.
  • Chosen to Marquis Who's Who in America and profile in the 57 Edition of that publication, 2003.
  • Received Grant from Greyhound Lines Inc. for Visiting Artist trip to Rancho del Cielo Mexico. 2002
  • Received grant from the Presidents Circle Fund (UTB) for Visiting Artist trip to Rancho del Cielo Mexico. 2002
  • Nominated to the University of Texas Chancellors Teaching Excellence Award.  2001.
  • Chosen to Marquis Who's Who in America and profile in the 56 Edition of that publication, 2001.
  • "Sport A Winning Smile" Brownsville Community Center.  Major Blanca Vela, Cameron County Judge Gilberto Hinojosa, Professor Carlos Gomez, Co-Judges. 2001.
  • Was honored by the University of Texas at Brownsville as a Meritorious Faculty member. 1999
  • Member Mixic-Arte Museum (Austin)--current.
  • Member South Texas Institute for the Arts (Corpus Christi)--current.
  • Honorary member Museo Guadalupe Aztlan (Houston)--life.
  • Memeber Arlington Museum Arlington (2003)
  • Received 400.00 grant from UTB (Student Affairs) for Visiting Artist Program. Summer 1999. 
  • Nominated to the Texas State Artist in the 2-dimensioanl category, Texas State Artist Commission, Senator Jon Lindsay, 1998.
  • Promoted to Full Professor, University of Texas at Brownsville, Fall 1998.
  • Appointed to Graduate Faculty—Full Member, University of Texas at Brownsville, ’98 to 2003.
  • The Gorgas Science Foundation, Inc. will use seven of my drawings as illustrations in a educational publication titled: Treasures of the Rio Grande Delta:  a South Texas Curriculum.  October 1996.
  • Was honored by the University of Texas at Brownsville as a Meritorious Faculty member. 1996
  • "Toast to 26",TSC/UTB Anniversary Celebration, sub-committee Chair.  Function was to advice on celebration decoration. September 1996.
  • Received A Grant of 2000.00 from The Gorgas Science Foundation, Inc.  The focus of the grant is to do classroom field research at Rancho del Cielo, located in Mexico's Sierra Madre Oriental rain forest.  May 1996.
  • Invited to participate in Strathmore’s Paper Evaluation Program. 
    The objective of the test is to determine how you evaluate changes and modifications made in the furnish and finish of recycled sketch paper and two grades of watercolor papers.
  • Constructed and painted three stage sets for the 1996 Miss USA Pageant Gala for the city of Brownsville, and Brownsville's Convention and Visitors Bureau that was held with the National Miss USA Pageant.
  • Served as Wildlife Artist for the United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Services, Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge.
    Drawings of the Ocelot and the Jaguarondi will be incorporated in the Refuges Publications: "The Cats" 1994.
  • Also rendered drawings of the Texas Alligator and the Brown Pelican which will be incorporated into the refuges publications.
  • Nominated and included to Who's Who Among American Teachers. Members are recognized for teaching excellence, and are selected by former students who they themselves were listed in
    either the National Dean's List or Who's Who Among American High School Students.  Paul Krowse, Publisher, Educational Communications Inc.  (1994 and 1996.)
  • Wrote the B.A. Art Major and Art Minor Curriculum Degrees University of Texas at Brownsville, 1994.
  • Sponsor: (1986-97), The Young Master Art Guild, The University of Texas at Brownsville Art Club.
  • One time member, TASA, Texas Association of Schools of Art, 4020 McEwen, Suite 105 Dallas, Texas, 75244-5019. ‘85-‘92
  • Designed several logos for the University of Texas at Brownsville, Baseball Team, and Athletic Department (1991-94).
  • Calligrapher for the Certificates Award to Texas Southmost College National runner-up Volleyball Teams ('88-'90), and Calligrapher for the “All-American, All Regional, All Conference Award’ Certificates.
  • Supervised the development of Billboards for Texas Southmost College “bond issue” (1988).
  • Assisted in the cover design and artistic design of Texas Southmost College Yearbook ('88-'89).
  • Designed a "T-shirt" for Texas Southmost College 100-mile Club (1987).
  • Painted Official Texas Southmost College podium (1986-87) banners for the Patron of the Arts and the President’s Investiture.
  • Restored a mural for the Brownsville Historical Museum, Brownsville, Texas (1988).
  • Made a sculpture of "La Fitte," a baby pygmy whale for the Cetacean Society of Galveston as a symbol for anti-litter (1984).
  • Participated in the Nursing Department "Night For Nursing" Scholarship
  • Fund Raiser by providing and coordinating an Art Exhibition (1990).
  • Hosted Stell Intermediate Science Club to tour Wild Bird Refugee (1974).
  • Received the Pan American University print making Cash Award (1974).
  • Served on the Advisory Committee on Financial Assistance to Student at Texas Southmost College (1989-92).
  • Served on the PIAC, Academic Affairs, Project Team #17. Texas Southmost College. ‘92
  • Served on the Self-Study Committee #4, Self-Study Sub-Committee #1 of Committee #4.  Served as Chair of Sub-Committee (1990). Texas Southmost College.
  • Enacted and serve as present coordinator for the George Truan Visual Arts
    Scholarship (1992-03).
  • Visual Arts Consultant/Coordinator for "The Houston Talent Expo 1985: The Peoples' Workshop” for the Visual and Performing Arts. 
    Duties:Develop visual arts program through city wide juried exhibition, exhibition procedures, curating show and selecting jurors, preparing flyers, entry forms (promotion of exhibition).
  • Cetacean Society and Environmental Development Association of Galveston selected my rendition (a sculpture) of a baby pygmy sperm whale (La Fitte) as an anti litter symbol for the Galveston Island Area. 1984

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS (NON-CONFIDENTIAL)

Mr. & Mrs. Mary E. Abraham, JD, Pocatello, Idaho.
Mr. & Mrs. Ismail Bin-Hashim, M.F.A., Panang, Malaysia.
Geraldine Brown, Houston, Texas.
Mr. & Mrs. Jorge Canales, JD, Edinburg, Texas.
Mr. & Mrs. George Cavazos, Primera, Texas.
Leonardo Cortez, Harlingen, Texas.
Maria del Jesus Sanchez, Mercedes, Texas.
Estate of Victor M. Gómez, JD, Channelview, Texas.
Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Gutierrez, Houston, Texas.
Mr. Joseph Jamar, Brownsville, Texas.
Romeo Montalvo MD, Brownsville, Texas.
Mr. & Mrs. Ron Moore, JD, Ord, Nebraska.
Sylvia Pena, Ph.D., Houston, Texas.
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Rodriguez, Houston, Texas.
Marjorie Taylor, Pullman, Washington.
Kirk Mangus M.F.A. and Eva Wong M.F.A., Kent Ohio
Conrad Bodden, JD, Brownsville, Texas.
Mr. & Mrs. Fabian A. Gómez, Pasadena, Texas.
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Goeldner, M.F.A., Cleves, Ohio.
Mr. & Mrs. Craig James, Weslaco, Texas.
Ernesto Gamez, JD, Brownsville, Texas.
Steve Turner, Corpus Christi, Texas.
Mr. & Mrs. David Champion Jr., Weslaco, Texas.
Dr. Julian Gómez, MD., McAllen, Texas.
Patti Richardson, Godley, Texas.
Reene Weekley, Corpus Christi, Texas.
Dorothy Holms, Corpus Christi, Texas
Sue Zanne Urbis, Ph.D., Brownsville, Texas
Rogelio Nunez, San Benito, Texas
Melanie Massie, Corpus Christi, Texas
Robert Adams, Ph.D., Atlanta, GA.
Sam Coronado, Austin, Texas
Satch Grimly, Austin, Texas
Scott Jamar, Phoenix, Arizona
Gregg, Jamar, Victoria, Texas
Jennifer Hilliard, Corpus Christi, Texas
A.C. Nelson, J.D., Brownsville, Texas
Eddie Trevino, J.D., Brownsville, Texas
Ovlado and Hemma Cantu, MD, Brownsville, Texas
Noe Ninojosa Jr., McAllen, Texas
Larry and Ann Nixon, Dallas Texas
Pablo De la Rosa, Edinburg, Texas
Julio Cavazos, CPA, Harlingen, Texas
Ricardo Romo, Ph.D., San Antonio, Texas
Mr. And Mrs. Ryan Loftin, MD, Concord, New Hampshire
Jerry Wise, Arlington, Texas
Susan Dyer, Dallas, Texas
Carl Niendorff IV, Dallas, Texas
Mary Daughters, Los Fresnos, Texas
Tim Steele, Brookings, SD
Julieta V. Garcia, Ph.D., Brownsville, Texas
Charles Dameron, Ph.D., Brownsville, Texas
Blair Fox, Austin, Texas
Cindy Hollar, Arlington , Texas
Chuck Rowland, Arlington, Texas
Gabriel Trevino, Brownsville, Texas
Louis Goforth, Brownsville, Texas
Kenneth Saxon, Ph.D.,  Brownsville, Texas
Antonio Zavaleta Ph.D. Brownsville, Texas
Mark Hausknecht, Houston, Texas
Grace Vega, Corpus Christi, Texas

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

University of California - Berkeley
El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas
Kellogg Gallery, California State Polytechnic California, Pomona
Hispanic Research Center, Arizona State University, Temple Arizona
Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi (through Coronado Studio, Serie Print Series)
Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin Texas (through Coronado Studio, Serie Print Series)
University of Texas at Brownsville
United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Services, Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife
Refuge, Rio Hondo, Texas    
Gorgas Science Foundation, Inc., Brownsville, Texas
The Narciso Martinez Cultural Arts Center, San Benito, Texas
Coronado Studio, Austin, Texas
Institute for Latino Studies-Norte Dame (Dr. Gilbert Cardenas), Norte Dame, Indiana

RECORD OF LIFE TIME ART DONATIONS

Spring of 2010: Donation of 3 paintings to Arthouse Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin Texas. Value: 300.00

Fall of 2009:  Donated one serigraphy to the Children Museum of Brownsville, Brownsville, Texas.       Value: 500.00          

Spring of 2009: Donation of 4 drawings to Arthouse Jones Center for Contemporary art, Austin Texas.
Value: 400.00

Fall of 2008: Donation of a Ex-Votos to the Lawndale Arts Center, Houston Texas.
Value: 500.00

Spring of 2008: Donation of 3 miniature paintings to the Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, Texas.
Value: 1500.00

Spring of 2008: Donation of 3 drawings to Arthouse Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin Texas.
Value: 400.00

Fall of 2007: Donation of 3 drawings to Arthouse Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin Texas.
Value: 300.00

Fall of 2007:  Donated a painting to the Arlington Museum of Art.
Value: 500.00

Fall of 2007:  One painting to the El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas.
Value: 10,000

Spring of 2007: Donation of 4 drawings to Arthouse Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin Texas.
Value:  1,500            

Fall of 2006:  Donated a painting to the Arlington Museum of Art.
Value: 500.00

Spring of 2006: Donation of 3 drawings to Arthouse Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin Texas.
Value:  1,500            

Spring of 2006:  Donated a painting to the Arlington Museum of Art.
Value: 450.00

Fall of  2005: Donated a painting to CASA of Cameron and Willacy County
Value: 1000.00

Spring 2005: Donated a serigraphy to the Porter Gladys Zoo, Brownsville, Texas.
Value: 1000.00

Spring 2005: Donated 17 Paintings to Arizona State University’s Hispanic Research Center at Tempe Arizona.
Value: $42,000.00

Fall 2004: Donated a painting to UTB” music department (All that Jazz).
Value: 5000.00

Spring 2002:  Donated four paintings to the Texas Fine Art Association in Austin Texas to help with their annual fundraiser.
Value: 2000.00

April 2001:  Donated a painting to the South Institute in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Value: 1500.00

April 2001:  Donated a Retablo to the Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin Texas.
Value: 2500.00

April 2000:  Donated a painting to the South Institute in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Value: 1500.00

April 1999:  Donated a painting to the South Institute in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Value: 500.00

Fall 1998:  Donated a painting to Mujeres Unidas/Women together, Inc., McAllen, Texas.
Value:  2000.00

Fall 1998:  Donated four drawings to the Gorgas Science Foundation, Inc., Brownsville, Texas.
Value:  2000.00

Fall 1998: Created event poster and allowed copyright for a  fundraiser: Nuevo Santander, 250 years of History Symposium Project, UTB/Texas A&M University.
Value 1500.00

February 1998:  Donated a painting to the Texas Institute for the Arts, Corpus Christi, Texas.
Value:  500.00

Spring 1998: Donated a mix media drawing to Rancho del Cielo, Brownsville, Texas.
Value: 500.00

Spring 1998:  Created an upper division art class that produced two artistic items for the Sabal Palm Audubon Center and Sanctuary.
Estimated Value:  5000.00

February 1997:  Donated a painting to the museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas.
Value:  500.00

December 1997:  Organized a program in which the Gorgas Science Foundation received ten artworks, one of them, a drawing by Benito Huerta.
Estimated Value: 9 @ 2700.00, 1 @ 1000.00, total 3700.00

1996:  Developed an advanced level art class that created numerous illustrations for the educational publication tilted: Treasures of the Rio Grande Delta: A South Texas Curriculum.
Estimated Value:  2000.00

October 1996:  The Gorgas Science Foundation, Inc., used seven of my drawings as illustrations in a educational publication titled: Treasures of the Rio Grande Delta: A South teas Curriculum.  The foundation was given full copyrights.
Value:  1400.00

1996:  Constructed and painted three stages sets for the 1996 Miss USA Pageant Gala for the city of Brownsville.
Value:  5000.00

February 1995:  Donated a painting to the Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas.
Value:  500.00

February 1994:  Donated a Painting to the Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas.
Value:  500.00

August1994:  The United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Services, Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge received full Copyrights to use my drawings of the ocelot, jaguarondi, brown pelican, and the Texas alligator in their publications.
Value:  1400.00

Fall 1994:  Developed a university advanced level art class that produced over 100 drawings for the publication needs of Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge.
Estimated value: $50,000.00.

1984:  Sculpted a model of a baby pygmy whale (“La Fitte”) for the Cetacean Society of Galveston, for a symbol for anti-litter.
Value:  1000.00

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