Growing up on the reservations in Southern New Mexico- Mescalero Apache, has shaped the cultural connection of Irot to public art. His first memories of public art were petroglyphs around the Sacramento Mountains. They were images drawn by the Mogollon (prehistoric people) of animals. He was fascinated by their meaning and got a glimpse of the region's historic past. In grade school, Irot attended boarding school where he started to get involved in the local graffiti scene and was hooked. He graduated from college with a degree in Fine Arts, while spending much of those years living between the Bay Area and the mountain regions. His travels and culture inspire the diversity of his work and passion for the field. His work can been seen in local galleries and in murals on the streets in Bay Area.
- 18" by 24" Inches
- 2 Color Serigraph
- Limited edition of 30
- 100 lbs Archival Paper
- Signed and Numbered by Artist