Event Merchandise & Raffle Tickets

Support the Print Fiesta and the educational mission of the Mimbres Region Arts Council through your purchase. The Mimbres Region Arts Council provides quality visual, performing, and youth arts programs that serve and strengthen our community.


COMMEMORATIVE Art Containers-aka Beverage Pint Glass

They are here! Fill this Collectible Art Container with more great art (brew) from Little Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery at the Southwest Print Fiesta on Saturday September 3rd at Seedboat Gallery & Center for the Arts

Limited availability.

Buy now or during the Saturday Street Fiesta...and fill it up!


Sample of A Steamroller Print

Sample of A Steamroller Print

RAFFLE Prize-Fred BarRaza Steamroller Print

Manuel Fred Barraza was born in 1955 in Silver City. New Mexico and grew up outside of Silver City in the small communities of Fort Bayard and Santa Clara. Growing up in the foothills of the Gila National Forest has given Barraza a bonanza of subjects to paint, draw and sculpt. He works in a multitude of art forms and media including printmaking, painting, illustrating and sculpture.

Barraza has created book covers and illustrations for over a dozen books by writer Dutch Salmon and has illustrated the bilingual book "The Cactus Wren and the Cholla" by Valerie Garcia. He has designed numerous posters for special Silver City events, the United States Forest Service and New Mexico Libraries. Barraza's art work has been shown throughout New Mexico in various shows and galleries.


Harry Benjamin Print 

Raffle Prize - Mimbres Region Arts Council Print Portfolio of (25) Limited Edition Prints

The Print Project, a benefit for the Arts Council, has been created at 5-year intervals bringing together a collection of prints from exceptional area artists.  The prints range in form from monotypes to etchings, linocuts and woodcuts to digital images. The limited edition prints are produced by each artist and one of each is gathered into a handsome handmade portfolio which sells for $500.  These are truly collectors’ items.

The project is the brainchild of local artist and business owner, Diana Ingalls Leyba, of L & I Arts. The first project, launched in 1999, was a huge success with funds generated for MRAC Youth Programs.  The portfolio includes a wide variety of artist expressions, styles and methods and is a way for local art enthusiasts to collect a piece from many of their favorite Silver City artists all at once, and at the same time benefit the Mimbres Region Arts Council.

Mitch Lyons - Fiesta Artist-in-Residence

Mitch Lyons - Fiesta Artist-in-Residence

Raffle Prize - Mitch Lyons Framed Clay Monoprint

Mitch Lyons earned his Masters of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Tyler School of Art, and his Bachelors of Fine Arts in Graphics from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.  His clay monoprints can be found in numerous private and public collections throughout the United States, including the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Delaware Art Museum, Woodmere Museum, American University and the University of Delaware.

Lyons has had exhibitions of his work at the Philadelphia Museum of Art; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; the Noyes Museum, New Jersey; Kalmar Lans Museum, Kalmar, Sweden; and the Vonderau Museum, Fulda, Germany.  He is a recipient of a Pennsylvania Council of the Arts visual arts grant.  He has taught at West Chester University, Moore College of Art, Rowan University, Alfred University, and the University of Delaware.  In the past ten years he has led over 100 workshops. 


Raffle Prize - Power & Light - Drifter, Gunslinger, Outlaw - set of 3 letterpress prints, 19x12" each

Power and Light Press is a ship shape print shop that's built to handle all of life's messy emotions. Ever since we flipped the switch on in 2009, our cards and posters have been designed, printed and packaged in-house: meaning each and every piece has come straight from our own blood, sweat, and tears (metaphorically...for the most part). Our company is run by boss-lady Kyle Durrie and fueled by a fleet of all-female letterpress operators with clean hands and filthy mouths: a bunch of real class acts who like making real-ass things. Because at Power and Light Press, we aren't afraid to get a little dirty now and then.