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Works by Raúl Colón

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Having grown up in Puerto Rico, Raúl Colón now lives with his family in New York City. Although Colón maintains a heavy workload of illustration assignments, one night a week he teaches at the School of Visual Arts. The artist is represented by Storyopolis in Los Angeles and Dallas; Chemers Gallery in Tustin, California; and R. Michelson Galleries, in Northampton, Massachusetts. Visit his website at www.raulcolon.com.

To read more about Colón, see the September 2010 issue of Magazine. Here are some illustrations that didn’t appear in the issue.


Page 4 (watercolor, colored pencil and lithograph pencil, 14×11) from Doña Flor: A Tall Tale About a Giant Woman with a Great Big Heart by Pat Mora

Page 8 (watercolor, colored pencil and lithograph pencil, 14×11) from Doña Flor: A Tall Tale About a Giant Woman with a Great Big Heart by Pat Mora

Page 11 (watercolor, colored pencil and lithograph pencil, 14×22) from Doña Flor: A Tall Tale About a Giant Woman with a Great Big Heart by Pat Mora

Page 21 (watercolor, colored pencil and lithograph pencil, 14×12) from My Father’s House by Kathi Appelt

Page 32 (watercolor, colored pencil and lithograph pencil, 6×6) from My Father’s House by Kathi Appelt

Page 32 (watercolor, colored pencil and lithograph pencil, 14×11) from Sugar Cane: A Caribbean Rapunzel by Patricia Storace

Page 47 (watercolor, colored pencil and lithograph pencil, 14×11) from Sugar Cane: A Caribbean Rapunzel by Patricia Storace


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Watch the video: Rain Forest Cola - Raul Colons Blog (July 2022).


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