Sunnyside Daily Sun News shows love to local boys

Los Desmadrosos

Los Desmadrosos

Sunnyside natives staging art show in Seattle
By Corey Russell
SEATTLE – Desmadre Arte, a three-person team made up of Sunnyside natives Julio Guerrero and Josè Tapia, and Tapia’s mentor Damion Hayes, will host an art show on Thursday, May 14, at the Vermillion Gallery in Seattle, located at 1508 11th Ave., from 6 to 10 p.m.
The show, titled Desmadre: Fresh Latino Perspectives in America, will feature emerging artists who are incorporating Latino cultural themes within urban contemporary works.
Both Tapia and Guerrero are Sunnyside High School graduates, Tapia from the class of 2002 and Guerrero from 2001’s class. Both went to the Art Institute of Seattle, where they studied different aspects of art but both ended up gravitating towards the fine arts side.

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4 responses to “Sunnyside Daily Sun News shows love to local boys

  1. shaun and josh(no homo)


  2. Vanessa Hunsaker

    This is amazing!! I’m glad to see Sunnyside is anknowledging the such talent. I’m excited, and proud to see people in my hometown doing well.


  3. Victoria


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