This was Alberto's most successful work. There is only one possibly still available which is the artist proof. Not sure if Alberto will let it go.
You can tell Arnold is an art lover. Check out those swim trunks.
We do accept commissions for any type of sculpture. Can work from photographs. Alberto can work in any material to include: Bronze, Granite, Stone, Clay, Plaster, etc. Also can sculpt any size (10 inches to life size or 10 times life size)
Alberto was born in 1960. He was raised in Mexico City.
Alberto Saucedo began his career as self-taught artist who demonstrated at a
young age a remarkable talent and passion for art that eventually at seventeen
years of age led him to formal studies at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México and later on enrolled at San Diego City College. There he focused on
Commercial Art and Interior Design. It was there, where he evolved his unique
personal style. It was also at this time that he discovered the work of Master
sculptor Francisco Zuñiga and studied sculpture with him. Sculpture subsequently
became a major part of Saucedo’s work, and achieved his first real recognition
in his field. Saucedo’s training has included a generous study of art
history, where he incorporates his sensuous, spiritual and classical techniques,
transforming it into a style that becomes evident in his work.
A few Notable Clients:
Bodybuilder/Actor/Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Actress Rita Moreno.
Businessman (Founder of SeaWorld) George Millay.
Mr Gary Lillian Former Vice President Marketing of PepsiCo, Inc. and now President of Javo Beverages in California.
Italian Ambassador to Mexico.
1985 – Arts and Crafts Fair, México City.
1985 – Solo show Casa Pedro Domeq, México City
1988 – 1989 – Una noche de Arte, México City
1995 – Solo show Galeria Dagen Bela, San Antonio, TX
1996 – Introspecciones (KVDA Channel 60) San Antonio, TX
1996 – Two Artist from Mexico City, Galería Sol y Luna, San
1996 – Expo-Formalidades, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México (UNAM), México City.
1998 Jamboree, San Antonio Art League Museum, San
1999 – Group Show, Galería 10/10, México City.
1985 – Prepara muestra Alberto Saucedo, Excelsior, México
1989 – Revista Impacto. Alberto Saucedo escultor de
1994 – Southwest Art Magazine, April
1996 – Architectural Digest, Rita Moreno, April pg 204 also
view letters August issue, 1996.
1996 – Mural’s wedding. San Antonio Express News
1999 – Oblate Virgin winning admirers. San Antonio Express
2004 – The Hill Country Edge. Art on the Edge, Alberto
Saucedo. October and December magazines.
2007 – Explore Magazine. Alberto Saucedo a master in many
2008 – The Sun News Paper. Wild Flower Wonderlands Butterfly
granite sculpture. April.
2002 – “Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art Vol.2,
Bilingual Press. Arizona State University.
2005 – Triumph of Our Communities. Four Decades of Mexican
American Art. Bilingual Press. Arizona State University.
1989 – Life size sculpture of “Sitting woman” for a private
collection. Bronze .
1996 – Commission to paint outside mural “Humanity in its
Cosmos”. Wildwood Management Group
Building. San Antonio, TX
1999 – Commission of the “Virgin of Guadalupe” for the Oblate
School of Theology. San Antonio. TX
2002 – Commission for a life size sculpture in black
granite. Private collection. Kerrville, TX.
2005 – 21 Plaques of the U.S. Mexican American War (1847).
Port Isabel, TX.
2006 – Commission for a granite Baptismal Fountain, St Joseph
Catholic Church, Spring Branch, TX
2007 – 2012, Six Plaques for the U.S. Air Force Academy,
2007 – 8’ Granite Butterfly Sculpture for Our Lady of the
Rosary Cemetery, Georgetown, TX.
2008 – Murals for “El Chaparral” Restaurant, San Antonio,
2007 – 2012 Over 80 portrait plaques, including Littlefield
plaque at The Littlefield Stadium, UT, Austin, TX.
Admiral Benjamin Hacker and George Millay (Founder of Sea World).
Main plaques for the:
Central Security Service of the United States
National Security Agency
Air force ISR Agency
Joint Information Operation. Warfare Command.
United States Cyber Command.
2014 – “The Olive Tree”. First Presbyterian Church. San