Natasha Moraga

 

Natasha Moraga
Custom tile mosaic  for commercial private and public projects.

Natasha Moraga, the artist behind Mozako Vallarta, and her team (Carla Chavarria and Victor Salas) have completed their newest project in 5th of  December.

Most people know Mozayko Vallarta from the Walls in Zona Romantic and in the Marina. Their purpose is to tell a story, to recreate the casual magic of Puerto Vallarta, and to bring that magic to light in a universal language – art.

Using pieces of stone, glass, mirror, ceramic, and other materials, Natasha and her team create beautiful mosaics on walls and benches in public spaces. Thanks to its aesthetic value and versatility, this technique has been used for centuries as an incorporated tool in architecture, as well as decoration and art. The results give us more reasons to visit the area and generate more tourist attraction.

Always looking for new opportunities to create public art on the streets of Puerto Vallarta, Natasha has added one more project to her growing portfolio. When Reg Bartel, a resident of 5th of December, approached Natasha for assistance in decorating some cement benches, she knew it should be done. Mr Bartel commissioned Mozayko to complete the benches on Panama street. After two months, the benches are completed – and they are gorgeous. If you have not checked out these gorgeous new benches, you can find them on Calle Panama – right on the beach!

Currently, Natasha and her team are busy finishing up a 450 square meter wall in Marina Vallarta, and are eager to get to work on the second part of the marina wall and other city projects.

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No podemos dejar de mencionar el “Mozayko Vallarta – Primer Episodio”, mural de reciente creación elaborado por la artista local Natasha Moraga. Este hermoso mosaico hecho de trozos o restos de piedras, vidrios, cerámica y/o madera se ubica en el muro que limita el Jardín de Niños Emiliano Zapata. Sus dimensiones son de 60 metros de largo por 3 metros de alto.

Y finalmente, la talentosa artista emergente Mara Díaz ha llevado a banquetas y aceras de la Zona Romántica parte de su “free-hand” o mano libre. Colores, formas y mucha imaginación es lo que plasma en cada uno de los diversos lienzos que utiliza para expresarse.

Nuestro destino turístico es una ciudad que ha cobijado a una gran cantidad de artistas. Es un pueblo modernizado que durante años ha servido como inspiración para los creativos y que con una simple caminata entre sus calles, podemos admirar parte de su colección artística.

 

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