Casa de Cuadros
Casa de Cuadros is a photography platform that I started with the goal of providing a
space for local photographers in El Paso to showcase their work. As the founder, I have implemented a
verification process to ensure that only photographers from El Paso are featured on the website. The platform
is designed to be simple and straightforward, allowing users to browse and discover local talent with
confidence in their authenticity.
In addition to traditional portrait services, Casa de Cuadros also aims to support
photographers who specialize in other types of photography, such as city-themed landscapes.
In the future, we envision expanding the platform to allow photographers to directly book sessions and
monetize their work through the website.
To learn more about Casa de Cuadros and explore the talented photographers in El Paso,
visit our website at casacuadros.com.
I was walking down the halls of EPCC Valle Verde Campus during the fall semester before the pandemic, and I
saw a series of life drawings mounted on the walls. As I walked down, I could feel myself move across the room
in the drawings as the perspective of the individual artists changed. I then thought it would be a good idea
to digitize each drawing and create a GIF of the series to capture that feeling of moving in the room. A year
later I sought out to find the professor of the course and reached out with the idea. Last month he sent me
the images of a few series and these are the results. Also, check out their virtual hall for more student
The de Arnal Gallery
I am playing artist's assistant helping my uncle get his work known. I know very little of serious art and the
world that comes with it. Nonetheless, I do not doubt his abilities, and I am excited for those who will know
Eugenio de Arnal (and frankly the entire artistic
arsenal that is the Arnal family).