Mariposa Migrantes

Window Art Display | Pioneer Square


Latina / Latino / Latinx Owned

Nico Inzerella is a Mexican-American multimedia artist, born and raised between Southern California and Seattle. The themes and images of Nico’s art often reflect Indigenous life and immigration throughout the Americas. He received his B.F.A. from Western Washington University – School of the Arts. He is a faculty art instructor at North Seattle College through their Continuing Education program. He is also a full time web developer at the same college. His art has been exhibited throughout Washington State and has art on permanent collection with the City of Seattle, Daybreak Star Cultural Center, ArtsWa, RACC City of Portland (Oregon), the City of Bellevue, Chief Seattle Club, 2828 Martin, Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic, the City of Shoreline and many other locations. He has been recognized by the Wing Luke Museum, SOIL Art Gallery, Crosscut Magazine, Schack Art Gallery and Columbia City Gallery.

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