La Vida Bonita 

It's been months since the prolific Chicano artist has put a paint brush in his hand, but that doesn't mean David Tineo has quit fighting for art, life or Tucson

If art is a mirror, a reflection of ourselves, our culture, our society ... then David Tineo's murals and paintings must be our desert universe in acrylic-paint glory. Tineo's mujeres—our mothers, abuelas, lovers, sisters, friends. His Day of the Dead images—our ancestor's…

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