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Tabor Art Walk 2024

Set in the beautiful historic Mount Tabor neighborhood. The art walk is an ideal way spend your weekend and support local Oregon artists. The Mount Tabor Artists open their spaces to the public in a scavenger hike like. Opening a window into their creative process in the intimacy of their environments. Also you will have the opportunity of learn and purchase a variety of high-quality art from the artist itself. The art walk includes many disciplines from painting to photography, sculpture, 3D Printing, Mixed-media, etc.

Alejandro IV is part of the Mount Tabor Walk this May 18-19 2024. Alejandro is a multimedia artist based in Portland his most recent project was the first Oregon State festival of Day of the Dead 2023.


Eco’s of Transition
Is a poetic essay of a collection of images taken in many different countries. Doors are celebrated in this body of work.

Photo Essay
Photography  celebration of the Day of the dead on November 2.  San Andrés Cuexcontitlán Cemetery Mexico State.

Fractal Dualities
Contemporary Series base on the agavaceae plants are deconstructed in monochromatic representations of relationships with their environments.

Den of iniquity
The exploration of artificial environments. This process is reflected through the representation of impermanent sculptures of found objects in what was left of a property that belonged to the family.


For those who miss the opportunity to do the Mount Tabor Art Walk you still have an opportunity to visit their exhibit at the New Seasons on SE Division. In the cafe section you will find some of the artists who opened their studios to the public this past weekend.  The exhibit will be in place for one more week.  New Seasons Address: 1954 SE Division St, Portland, OR 97202-1146

Día de Muertos Celebration of Life  (Day of Dead November 2) is a traditional Mexican celebration of life to remember and honor the memories and stories of deceased loved ones. In 2022 Alejandro received a generous grant from the Oregon Community Foundation to create a state festival.