Ernesto Olmos



Ernesto Olmos has been active in the community arts in Northern California since 1998.  He has developed a wide range of programs, curriculum, presentations, art exhibits and musical performance based in traditions of Native Mexico.  He travels to support sacred ceremonies and cultural exchanges throughout the Americas. Ernesto combines ancient forms of art that have been passed down through oral and ceremonial traditions.  He works to keep sacred arts thriving with the intention of remembering indigenous roots and living in with full honor as we walk in the path set out by our ancestors.  Ernesto creates cultural exchange of his art through ceremonial ritual, painting, sculpture, sound healing art and teachings on the ancient calendar system of Meso-America influenced by the Olmec, Zapotec, Toltec, Maya, and mexica traditions.  He is inspired to carry these traditions forward with the “Palabra Florida”, the flowering word, known as art, poetry, and other experiences that inspire young generations to honor life and sacred tradition.  He facilitates inner journey’s for understanding where we come and to orient us in cultivating our deepest potentials. Ernesto uses music as a medium to express the soul, painting as spiritual text and transmission of messages from the dream world.  He practices Toltec rituals dance as a form of harmonizing the body, mind, spirit and as representation of the ancestral legacy of the movement of the cosmos.

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