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An Extraordinary Artist from Oaxaca, Mexico

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Academy of Special Dreams Foundation

Alhambra , CA United States

Academy of Special Dreams Foundation Welcomes Samuel Jimenez Diaz.  An extradonary artist from Oaxaca, Mexico

www.specialacademy.org

Los Angeles (CA) March 24, 2014 – The Academy of Special Dreams Foundation is honored to welcome Samuel Jimenez Diaz.  A prestigious artist from Oaxaca, Mexico.

We are excited to welcome Jimenez to the Academy of Special Dreams,” said Michael Dergar, CEO and Founder of the Academy of Special Dreams Foundation.  "Our mission is to increase public awareness about the creative talents of artists with disabilities so they can be successful in the arts.  We are proud of providing support to more than 100 artists all over the world by sponsoring physical and virtual exhibitions by our artists in residence at prestigious local museums, colleges and universities." 

“We all are equal”, those are the words of Samuel Jimenez Diaz. A very talented artist, from San Pablo Huitzo, Etla, Oaxaca Mexico. Jimenez expresses his talent and emotions to promote equality and justice to the world. His artwork represents the lack of emotions, injustice, honesty and respect some people have towards life itself. I will continue expressing myself by painting to bring public awareness, equality and respect in the humanity.

Welcome to the Academy of Special Dreams Samuel!

To visit the artist's profile and virtual gallery please visit the Academy at:

http://www.specialacademy.org/featured/gallery-by-samuel-jimenez-diaz/

About the Academy of Special Dreams Foundation

Based in Pasadena, California, the Academy of Special Dreams Foundation is a tax-exempt IRC 501c3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase public awareness, recognition and appreciation of the creative talents of people with disabilities by providing opportunities that encourage, promote and showcase their artistic expressions. www.specialacademy.org

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