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For the culture!

At Mercado González, we are dedicated to fostering and promoting local artistic talent within our community. Our commitment lies in providing a platform for emerging and established artists to showcase their work to a wider audience. We strongly believe in the power of art to enrich lives and enhance spaces, which is why we actively seek out talented individuals from the very communities we are a part of.

Through partnerships and collaborations with local artists, we curate a diverse collection of their creations, ranging from paintings, sculptures, and other forms of art. Our mercado proudly features these unique pieces, offering our customers the opportunity to experience and appreciate the richness of our local art scene.

Learn more about these wonderful artists and visit Mercado González to see these works of art for yourself!

Claudio Limón

Claudio Limón is an artist born in the Altos de Jalisco region. He began painting at the age of 10 and studied graphic design at the University of Guadalajara.


Throughout his career as a painter, he has exhibited individually and collectively in various places, from his hometown to Tokyo and Buenos Aires.


He has imprinted the “Limón” seal on each of his projects, connecting the viewer with the colorful and joyful aspects of Mexican culture. One of the most outstanding attributes of his style is the use of color, something he describes as the best way to give emotions their tonality.


Some of his murals can be found in cities such as Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and Mexico City.

Levi Ponce

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Levi Ponce has been painting murals since childhood. Using lessons from both his original teacher, his father, as well as the lessons he learned while earning his B.A. in fine art, Levi sees his walls as so much more than paint. Inspired by the city he grew up in, he sees each piece as a community project designed to bring together other artists, organizations, and even the passersby as stakeholders. Together, they transform the neighborhoods where they are found, shining light on inspiring people important to the community, as well as relevant issues.