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  Guillermo Galindo
Daniel Galvez
Diane Gamboa
Harry Gamboa Jr.
Eva Carole García
Guadalupe García
René García
Sal García
 Rupert García
Natalia Garcia
Lorraine García-Nakata
Yolanda Garfias-Woo
Richard Godinez
Daniel Godinez Nivón
Roberto Gomez
Eduardo Gomez
 Guillermo Gómez-Peña
Louie "The Foot" Gonzalez
Mia Gonzalez
Crystal Gonzalez
Jorge Manuel Gonzalez
Catalina Govea
Doze Green
Lucia Grossberger-Morales
Silvia Gruner
Maria Guadalupe Torres
Pablo Guardiola
Jaime Guerrero
Zarco Guerrero
  Participated in the Following Exhibitions Cajas y Otras Cosas <1982>
Homenaje a Ralph Maradiaga <1990>
First Front: Vanguard of the Chicano Movement <1994>
Open Studio: Little Brown Bodies <1999>
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Sal García

Sal Garcia is a painter, printmaker, sculptor and woodcarver, born in San Antonio, Texas and grew up in California's Central Valley. He has resided and worked in San Francisco for the last two and a half decades. He was active in the Chicano and indigenous peoples' rights movement in the sixties, seventies and eighties. During this period he worked with numerous activist artists groups including "La Brocha del Valle" in the Central Valley, and was an early staff member at the Galeria de la Raza where he had the opportunity to curate numerous exhibitions.

He has shown broadly in California, in the United States, and internationally. His work is in numerous public and private collections including those of the Mexican Museum and the musician, Carlos Santana.