Bobby Lee Krajnik Fine Art
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Mexican Folk Art
Bobby Lee Krajnik | "La Capilla del Fuerte" | 12 x 16 x 1.5" | oil on linen | I updated this piece a little, as I wasn't quite happy with the colors. This is San Pedro Chapel (b.1932) in the Fort Lowell neighborhood of Tucson, Az. This chapel in the beautiful setting of the Sonoran Desert is still used to hold weddings.
Bobby Lee Krajnik | La Capilla de El Fuerte | 11 x 14 x 1.4 inches | oil on linen | San Pedro Chapel was built in 1932 by the Mexican community in the village of "El Fuerte". This is now the Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood in Tucson, Az. The chapel is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a City of Tucson Landmark.
Bobby Lee Krajnik | "San Miguel | 24 x 18 x 1.5" | oil on board | San Miguel Mission in Santa Fe, New Mexico was built between 1610 and 1626. And, this church is possibly the oldest in the United States. Mass is still held there every Sunday. bobbyleekrajnik.com
Bobby Lee Krajnik | "Cielos Tranquilos" | 16 x 12 x 15 inches | oil on canvas | San Lorenzo de Picuris church is part of the Picuris Pueblo in Taos County, New Mexico. The adobe church was built in 1776, The pueblo people are part of the Tiwa tribe and are most well known for the micaceous pottery they create. bobbyleekrajnik.com
Bobby Lee Krajnik | "Las Trampas" | 12 x 12 x 1.5 inches | oil on board | This is a sectional painting of one of the wooden belfries of San Jose de Gracia Church in the village of Las Trampas. The church was built around 1760 and rests along the High Road to Taos, about halfway between Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico.