West Marin artist Ernesto Sanchez creates glittering sculptures, multimedia altars and mask dances that tug at the collective unconscious. As his vision deteriorates in one eye, he is focusing his work on a newfound, though ancient, symbol. David Briggs
To walk into Ernesto Sanchez’s art studio is to be struck by a visual feast: headless angels covered in bronze nails, altars with mosaic mirrors that shatter and rearrange your reflection like a Picasso, bright masks with crystals for eyes. Everything seems to gaze right back at you. But in the la

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