Featured Artists

Sazón is proud to feature the work of some of  Mexico’s  finest artists.

All pieces are for purchase.


Sazón is excited to showcase the newest addition of art to the restaurant.  

Vibrant oil paintings and mixed media sculptures by brilliant  Armando Adrian Lopez.

Armando Adrian Lopez was born in 1965 in the town of Santa Maria in the state of Michoacan, Mexico. Steeped in the mysticism and mythologies of his native land, his work bridges Catholic imagery and beliefs, and Native traditions (prior to the European colonization of Mexico) within a contemporary context.

Lopez cites Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Rufino Tamayo, Jose Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros as major, early influences. Lopez’ intent is not to be part a particular genre; though his work is closest to Magical Realism, the figures in his paintings, upon close inspection, include facial elements that are more closely aligned with figurative abstraction, while contradictions of reality or more closely aligned with Surrealism.

Tanya Talamante

Tanya Talamante

Tanya Talamante’s collage assemblages, explores our

cultural fascination with physical perfection.

Blueprints of women serve as icons of timeless beauty,

even as they subvert the ideal figure

through deconstructed silhouettes. With vibrant color

and bold pattern, Talamante grapples with the idea of

unattainable beauty and the pressure women feel to become

idealized forms. Eachwork is meticulously constructed

through Talamante’s unique process, which incorporates

multiple layers of paper, paint, wax and resin.

Born in Tijuana, Tanya has lived in the USA for the past

9 years Now she and her children call San Jose del Cabo their


She graduated from Design in Mexico and studied in the

National School of Art in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

Julio de Rita

Julio was born in the Mexican state of Sonora and from early in his life he showed an inclination for the arts. In Julio’s effort to evolve towards new themes and forms of plastic expression, a good number of works, abstract and figurative, have been produced. Some of these works remained in Europe but most of them are still in Mexico.

Fragoso Maiz

Miguel Fragoso Maiz, a resident of Tepoztlan, is a native of Mexico City. He graduated from La Esmeralda, the prestigious national art school in Mexico where he studied Plastic Arts and specialized in Graphic Design. He trained under master Artist Martha Lopez Figueroa and Edgar Guzman who provided inspiration for his artistic development.

While in Mexico City, Maiz worked as a graphic artist for Playboy Magazine, He was instrumental in developing the artist touch to the magazine. His present work represents the innumerable varieties of popular Mexican icons in his meticulous portrayals of the cultural fabric surrounding Latin America. Maiz is a discriminating observer of the world, transforming his visual recordings into a sensitive constellation of distinctions and lustrous textures expose an amazing stylistic accuracy, which Maiz achieves in a focused realism. Now he masters the art of portrait realism a rich palette and luscious brushwork infuses vitality into each of his paintings, which range from portraits to scenes of contemporary life and brilliantly observed landscapes.

Jaznum Fragoso

With a rich palette and luscious brushwork, Jaznum Fragoso infuses vitality into each of his subjects, which range from portraits to scenes of contemporary life to brilliantly observed landscapes. His images of Baja California’s varied terrain, are alive with texture and movement. Working quickly, with an emphasis on improvised brushwork, Fragoso captures the sense of dreaming “The way my paintings comes out is a function of the way I attack it,” he has said, adding, “I like to work on the edge of my mind.”

Born in Mexico City, Fragoso has lived in Baja California for the past 4 years, Earning his degree from the prestigious national Art School La Esmeralda in Mexico city.