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Andrea Vargas-Mendoza is the curator for the De Colores Art Show at the Santa Paula Art Museum. The show runs through Feb. 17.

Photo by Richard Quinn, Special to The Star

Andrea Vargas-Mendoza is the curator for the De Colores Art Show at the Santa Paula Art Museum. The show runs through Feb. 17.

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  • Andrea Vargas-Mendoza is the curator for the De Colores Art Show at the Santa Paula Art Museum. The show runs through Feb. 17.
  • Joe Ruvalcaba (from left), his daughter, Noelia Ruvalcaba, and son Gerardo Ruvalcaba look at a painting by Joe's son Paulo Ruvalcaba and paintings by other artists at the 19th De Colores Art Show at the Santa Paula Art Museum.
  • Xavier Montes plays with his group, Angels on Harp, during the 19th De Colores Art Show at the Santa Paula Art Museum. Montes is the founder of the show.
  • Artist Kay Zetlmaier (left) talks about a drawing with Martha Espinosa at the art show.

Although Xavier Montes no longer runs the De Colores Art Show, this year's exhibit pays homage to the man who had the idea of celebrating Hispanics and Latinos in the community. The exhibit, which opened last month at the Santa Paula Art Museum features work by Montes, who paints small ceramic pieces. Also, two of the paintings show him playing the harp.

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