Jatziri Barron is a Mexican visual artist and muralist living and working in Houston since 2013, dedicated full-time to her art. The artist advocates through her art about the beauty of cultural identity and is interested in creating bonds for connecting people no matter their race, religion, culture, or background by creating awareness of different humanitarian topics. As she comments on her latest work,
"We are an extension of nature, magnifiers of our culture and identity, our skin tell stories about our ancestors, we are our colors, we are our roots, and we're proud".
Jatziri expresses the world around her through both figurative and abstract art since she believes constant exploration feeds her process of creation, the most important aspect of her art is carrying messages and awakening feelings of positiveness, interconnection, and representing individuals at their highest selves.
Jatziri studied at the Glassell School of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston and has done work for institutions like the Witte Museum of San Antonio, many private companies and clients in U.S. and Mexico, and exhibited in places such as the Kinder Morgan Building in Houston Downtown, Silver Street Studios, Glassell building, The Historic Texaco Building Houston, between others.
In actuality you can find the artist at her studio in the Heights, Houston.
Group Exhibitions / Accomplishments
Jun 2022 - Arrival Group Exhibition - Curated by Alton Dulaney
May 2022- Houston Artist INC Cohort - Fresh Arts Org
May 2022 - The Art of Peace - Historic Texaco Building Houston
Mar 2022 - 8 Mujeres Exhibition - Mexican Consulate of Houston
Dec 2021- Self Discovery Group Exhibition - Create your Scape Gallery (Curated by DonkeeyBoy)
Dec 2021 - Without Limits Group Exhibition - Silver Street Studios
Aug 2021 - Summer Chromance Solo Exhibition - Silver Street Studios
Jun 2021 - The Sum of Us Group Exhibition - Silver Street Studios
Dec 2020 - Wabi Sabi Group Exhibition - Silver Street Studios
Jan 2020 - Houston Food Bank Painting Party - Leading Instructor for over 100 people
Sep 2019 - Conception Art Show
May 2019 - Studio School Annual Exhibition - The Glassell School of Art
Nov 2018 - Raw: Houston Art Show Jan 2017 - Spring Scholarship Awarded -The Glassell School of Art
Local Houston artist creates breathtaking mural of 9-year-old Arlene Alvarez - Bing video
🔒Getting 2 know Jatziri Barron - the artist behind the Arlene Alvarez mural (click2houston.com)
Pintan un mural en honor a Arlene Álvarez, la pequeña que fue víctima de una bala perdida en Houston - Bing video
Art Squat : Interviews (art-squat.com)
Arlene Alvarez: People held signs demanding justice for children who have become victims of gun violence in Houston - ABC13 Houston
Meet Jatziri Barron of Jatziri's Art in Cypress - Voyage Houston Magazine | Houston City Guide
Aplauso 2021 by Rodrigo Aguilera - Issuu
"ANCESTRA- Keeping the Legacy Alive" is an exhibition that promotes the preservation of cultural heritage. Through her collection, the artists honor the Mexican indigenous women cultural legacy and talks about the importance of representation to address socioeconomical, political, gender, and colorism related issues that most affect the indigenous community. "Ancestra" challenges the viewer to become more conscious of their own cultural treasures and awaken feelings of appreciation towards their own roots and therefore towards others.
This event is done in collaboration with FIEL Houston non- profit, WEPIL, Viri's Clay Work, Input Output, and Calpulli Itzcoatl.
Opening Reception is Friday August 5th from 6-9 pm
Art Installation by Input Output and Aztec dancing presentation by Calpulli Itzcoatl only on view August 5th.