Viola Delgado
Artist

About the Artist

Viola Delgado is an artist who has exhibited in several solo and group shows throughout Texas. She attended the Art League School in Alexandria, VA and Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, TX. Her career includes teaching at after-school programs for over 15 years with Junior Players, which included designing a 36 foot mural for the corporate office of Blockbusters. She has curated art work at the Bath House Cultural Center,  the Art Center of Plano and Mundo Latino at The Women's Museum. She served as curator for the Latino Cultural Center for over four years.

Delgado was selected by the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Art Project to design a 20 foot glass floor mosaic. She was also chosen by the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) to the concept, artwork and glass mosaics for two of their rail stations.

She has been the featured artist for the Greyhound Trailways Hispanic Heritage Month and her original artwork graced the cover of the first ever edition of the AT&T Dallas Hispanic Yellow Pages. She has been featured by Capital One as one of the five top Latino Artists in the area.

Delgado was born in Sinton, Texas. She currently resides in Dallas, Texas.