Manuel Palos | Awards
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Tabasco, Zacatecas, Mexico, April 2011. Recognition of artistic achievement in Mexico and US.
  

aguila P1000846 Zacatecan of the Year Award

 


 

California Preservation Foundation Annual Design Award – for his work recreating and installing the eagles atop the Pacific Bell Telephone Building, 140 New Montgomery St. San Francisco, California.

 

California Preservation Foundation Annual Design Award ca preservation award

 

 

 

 


 

San Francisco Mayoral Proclamation
“Manuel Palos Day” August 11, 2010
Recognition of artistic achievement for the City of San Francisco

In 1966, as a young sculptor in the city of Zacatecas, MX Mr Palos embarked on a journey to fulfill his artistic passions and traveled to San Francisco with the sole purpose of renovating the Palace of Fine Arts, where he served as a moldmaker and assistant sculptor in the restoration of friezes, urns and angels.

 

 

Palace of Fine Arts Mayoral Proclamationpalace of fine arts 2