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Marco Antonio Galaviz

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Hispanic Artist

Local Address: Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Galaviz & Company LLC
11512 Belmont Lake Drive Suite 103
Las Vegas, Nevada 89135
United States

Company Description: Over the last decade, Galaviz & Co. has been an independent voice in Fortune 500 company Board Rooms throughout the world. CEO's, and their executive teams, look to...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • art programs
    Paradise Valley Community College
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Marco Galaviz, Hispanic ...
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Marco Galaviz, Hispanic Artist Killed in Plane Crash
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Marco Antonio Galaviz, 40, died along with his stepson, John David Matlock, in the 9 a.m. crash near Falcon Field Municipal Airport, said Yoli Hernandez, who publishes the free magazine Barriozona with her husband from their Apache Junction home.
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Galaviz's art, depicting traditional Mexican figures similar to the work of famed Mexican painter Diego Rivera, was recently featured on the cover of the January Barriozona, along with an article by Galaviz with the headline "Rising from the Ashes."
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Galaviz's art, depicting traditional Mexican figures similar to the work of famed Mexican painter Diego Rivera, was recently featured on the cover of the January Barriozona, along with an article by Galaviz with the headline "Rising from the Ashes."
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Hernandez described Galaviz as shy and humble.
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Living in the streets, Galaviz visited shelters for food and sometimes slept at flophouses near Second Avenue and Fillmore Street in downtown Phoenix, which has since been renovated into condominiums that also exhibit some of Galaviz's paintings.
There, Galaviz said he met the woman he would later marry, and who helped him turn his life around.
Following a passion for painting, Galaviz swore off alcohol, enrolled in art programs at Paradise Valley Community College in Phoenix, and worked odd jobs around Scottsdale before building prominence as an artist.
"I can say that just as the Phoenix bird rises again from its own ashes, I thus rose again here in Phoenix, as both human being and artist," Galaviz wrote.
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hispanic7.com, 1 June 2006 [cached]
Marco Galaviz, Hispanic Artist Killed in Plane Crash
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www.hispanic6.com, 11 Mar 2007 [cached]
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Marco Galaviz, Hispanic Artist Killed in Plane Crash
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Marco Antonio Galaviz, 40, died along with his stepson, John David Matlock, in the 9 a.m. crash near Falcon Field Municipal Airport, said Yoli Hernandez, who publishes the free magazine Barriozona with her husband from their Apache Junction home.
...
Galaviz's art, depicting traditional Mexican figures similar to the work of famed Mexican painter Diego Rivera, was recently featured on the cover of the January Barriozona, along with an article by Galaviz with the headline "Rising from the Ashes."
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Galaviz's art, depicting traditional Mexican figures similar to the work of famed Mexican painter Diego Rivera, was recently featured on the cover of the January Barriozona, along with an article by Galaviz with the headline "Rising from the Ashes."
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Hernandez described Galaviz as shy and humble.
...
Living in the streets, Galaviz visited shelters for food and sometimes slept at flophouses near Second Avenue and Fillmore Street in downtown Phoenix, which has since been renovated into condominiums that also exhibit some of Galaviz's paintings.
There, Galaviz said he met the woman he would later marry, and who helped him turn his life around.
Following a passion for painting, Galaviz swore off alcohol, enrolled in art programs at Paradise Valley Community College in Phoenix, and worked odd jobs around Scottsdale before building prominence as an artist.
"I can say that just as the Phoenix bird rises again from its own ashes, I thus rose again here in Phoenix, as both human being and artist," Galaviz wrote.
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