Carlos A. Cisneros is a freelance artist raised in the San Joaquin Valley of California. Main works include two dimensional mixed media art. For inquiries, contact directly at:




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  1. Hey Carlos! Thank you for visiting our blog. I’m so glad you enjoyed my father’s work! I like the strong narrative quality in your work and hope you create a comic book one day. I can already see some of the characters!

  2. Hi Carlos, thank you for following by my blog, it is very encouraging and supportive, when a pretty cool artist drops in for a look. I enjoyed popping into your online gallery, some pretty amazing work you have here. Congratulations and thanks again. Lisa

    • Thank you very much Lisa, I appreciate you taking the time to view my work. It is truly a good feeling to know I have brought some inspriration to another artists creative journey. I’m quite fond of your paints, look forward to seeing more.

  3. Hi Carlos, thanks for looking in on my blog – much appreciated. Your drawings have a real imaginative energy to them, as others have already noted! Particularly like your sculpture work – very cool!

    • Hey Geo, thanks very much for the kind words. Like yourself, I put everything I have into what ever it is I’m working on. It’s great to know someone can appreciate a simple drawing that would otherwise be sitting in a box somewhere collecting dust. I enjoy your work, especially the “Freewheelin'” piece, very cool.

    • Thank you very much, I’m really glad you shared that with me. I’m constantly inspired by other artists, it’s good to keep the cycle going and inspire other fellow artists. You have serious potential. Keep it up, and thanks again!

  4. Thanks for dropping by the blog. Wish I had more time for it. Great work, very arresting. I love the detail in “Grumpy”. Never carry a pocket sketchbook cos most of the time I’m driving, but was in a Fort museum the other day and wished I had one.

    • No problem, I feel the same way about mine sometimes. Thanks for the compliment. Yeah, definitely had those times when Ive regretted not bringing a Sketchbook along. For a while I had a sheet of printer paper folded up into a little “sketchbooklet” tucked in my wallet, surprised to say it filled up in no time.

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