SF City Lights, Acrylic/Paper, 24x36", 61x91cms      Eur 1,800

 Spotty, Acrylic/Thick Paper, 49x40cm, Eur 1,000

Evolution, Acrylic/Canvas, 91x61 cm, Eur 1,800

elements, acrylic/canvas 78x103 cm, 30"x40",Eur 1,800

Chulo NY, Acrylic/Paper, 41x88 cm, 16.6x35", EUR 1,500


Seattle, 91x61cm, 36x24", Eur 1,800

Earthquake Mexico City 2017            Eur 1,200

acrylic/paper 57x70 cm,  

eyes in the city, acrylic/paper 40x50 cm,


​En Mexico: No hacer caso de precios en Euros. Ignorar estos precios

Fog,Pollution, Pollution: Mexico City

Acrylic on Masonite, 80x60 cms, 1,600 Euros

Peacock Jacket, Acrylic/Denim, Size M, 

Elections, Acrylic/Paper, 46x62 cm, 18x24", Eur 604

Visual Road, Acrylic/Paper, 57x76 cm, 22.5x30", EUR 1,600

can you hear me?                                                        

acrylic/paper, 43x62cm 

fog                        eur 1,600

                      Acrylic/canvas 30x22" 

“I often think of poetry and painting as the same art form where colorful strokes and words connect to create a unified whole. Just as literary artists often convey a story between the lines of a text, I paint visions between colors and between ideas. I juxtapose intense and original figures (and sometimes  overwhelming urban landscapes) with premonitory dreams. 
               I consider some of my paintings as enigmatic “maps” that negotiate real and emotional space. In this way, the figures, buildings and symbols drifting through the paintings may be thought of as the cartography of these “maps”. The viewer has to elucidate them in order for him to read the artist, and, as a result, to read the inside himself. In the maps remanents become revitalize, erased fragments reappear, and signs and symbols talk to themselves. Perhaps they speak quietly about invisible mirrors, old laberynths, or the inescapable death. I portray figures in a real context (or community) where all orders become mixed and confused: animal, vegetable and mineral... I paint between rigidity and overflow, large uniform surfaces next to small, busy detailed sections, in order to show that there is movement, an ebb and a flow of iconographies. I want to point out, among many things and as others have before me, the relationships of groups of existing emotional figures with their social actions, or lack of them.” 
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Last Solo Exhibits: Alianza Francesa de Polanco, Meixico City; Nov 7-Dec 20, 2017.

                              Last Solo Exhibit: Aug 18-Sep 20, 2017,  Instituto Cultural de Mexico, Copenague, Denmark

 No Communications, Acrylic/Paper, 46x62cm,                  Eur 1,600


Above Montreal, Acrylic/Paper, 54x68cms,   Eur 1,600

Full Moon, Acrylic/Canvas, 76x101 cms; Eur 1,800


Artist's Hands, Acrylic/Paper

82x62cm,             Eur 1,600

earthquake Mexico City ii        

acrylic/paper  70x57 cm,  Eur 1,200

twin peaks, acrylic/paper, 56x76 cm,        Eur 1,600

fitting in       Acrylic/paper, 62x44cm

The Paintings of Xavier Castellanos​

Bell Towers, Acrylic/Paper, 44.5x60 cms, Eur 1,200

 Growing Tree, Acrylic/Thick Paper, 49x40cm, Eur 1,000

San Francisco, Lithograph, 40x57cms, Eur 600

"Freedom" Tower NYC, Acrylic/Canvas, 78x103cms, 30x40", Eur 2,300

Castro Street SF, Acrylic/Paper, 42x61cms                  Eur 1,400

fog, fog, fog           eur 1,800

                      Acrylic/masonite, 30x22", 82x62cms 


Mermen, Acrylic/Canvas, 82x61cms, 31x24", Eur 1,600


geneva, acrylic & collage/paper  46x62cm, Eur 1,600

Upside Down, Acrylic/Canvas 30x40", 78x103cms, Eur 2,300

Sunshine, Acrylic on Paper, 57x70 cms,

Downtown SF, Acrylic/Paper, 46x62 cm, 18x24", Eur 1,500


Golden Gate Bridge, Litho 1 of 4   Eur 700


Peacock Jacket, Acrylic/Denim, Size M, Eur 500