Luis Guillermo Guerra is a painter, sculptor, and storyteller who divides his time between Real de Catorce, a mountain village in San Luis Potosí, and Austin, Texas. He is a recipient of various awards, including the Siqueiros-Pollock Award in the Binational Border Painting Competition of the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes in Mexico. Guerra’s artwork is also in numerous collections, including the Smithsonian American Art Museum, in Washington, D.C. For two decades, he narrated his Cuentos de la Sierra on NPR’s Latino USA. NCFH is thankful for Mr. Guerra’s contributions.
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