The Studio is a mini-gallery where the watercolors of artist Juan Manuel Mier y Terán, both originals and prints, are on display and for sale. There are paintings of Maya temples, churches, people, boats, haciendas, marine scenes, and the flora and fauna of Yucatán.
The collection of prints “Watercolors of the Yucatán” includes Chichén Itzá, Dzibilchaltún, La Ermita de Santa Isabel, the Cathedral of Mérida, Casa Montejo, etc. They are printed on Dutch opalina, letter size, which makes them inexpensive and easy to carry…a perfect gift!
Both originals and prints are perfect for decorating your home or office.
Born in Mérida, Yucatán, in 1950, at age 17 Juan Manuel left home and went to the US with the dream of studying art. His parents sent him to New York to study Commercial Art, which he did for several years. He also studied in the Art Institute of Miami. His watercolor painting was a discipline instilled by his father, architect Felix Mier y Terán, when he learned to do illustrations of the architectural projects, not as computer-designed renderings which are done today.
Calle 39 #483 x 54 y 56 Col. Centro
Mérida, Yucatán, México. C.P. 97000
Note: The photographs of the prints on this webpage have a Yucatan Today watermark to prevent copying. The actual prints do not have this watermark.
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