Roberto Benavidez (b. 1973, Beeville, TX) lives and works in the Los Angeles, CA neighborhood of El Sereno. His sculptures have been featured in national, international and on-line publications including ARTnews, Artsy and Atlas Obscura. Benavidez has shown in group and solo exhibitions, including at the AD&A Museum at UCSB, Craft In America and Mesa Contemporary Art Museum, Currently he has work in group exhibitions at The Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA and The Torggler Fine Arts Center in Newport News, VA (July 2023). LA Metro commissioned him to contribute to the “Through the Eyes of Artists” poster series (2019); his Bosch fruit fascinators are featured in the finale of The Interview with the Vampire series on AMC+; and his work is featured in the current issue of Four Seasons Magazine. He has work in the collection of LA Metro and The Museum of International Folk Art.
This piece is part of Roberto's ETA34 collection, Painting Piñatas.