Luis Edgar Mejicanos's recent body of work captures the essence of childhood whimsy and mischief, blending sentimentality and vibrancy with precision. Using a unique lexicon of allegorical imagery, he crafts compositions that teeter on the edge of intrigue and intelligibility. His works evoke profound emotions through playful visuals, beckoning viewers into a realm where the complexities of human experience are unapologetically explored.


Luis Edgar Mejicanos (b. 1995, Miami, FL) studied at Fordham University in New York City, where he earned a Dual BA in Visual Arts and Art History. He attended the renowned Yale Norfolk Summer School of Art and Music in 2018, and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2023. He has participated in art residencies, including the Vermont Studio Center, the Wassaic Project, and The Lighthouse Works. Mejicanos has exhibited in New York City, Miami, and Chicago.

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