Nevada Public Radio's 2016 Artist-in-Residence Miguel Rodriguez
Nevada Public Radio is proud to partner with a world-renowned artist to provide our members with one-of-a-kind "thank you" gifts!
Nevada Public Radio is an essential part of your experience living here. We wanted to capture that feeling in our traditional membership items. So we invited another artist whose style has become a signature of contemporary Las Vegas – Miguel Rodriguez – to create a special design.
T-shirt with black and white design
T-shirt with black and color design
About Miguel Rodriguez
Miguel Rodriguez is a sculptor living in Las Vegas, Nevada, who uses a figurative pop style to create and design large public sculptures, and various other works of art. Rodriguez has designed and created three sculptures for the Clark County Wetlands Park and has been asked to create bronze portraits of Donald Moyer and James R. Dickinson at the site of the old Maude Frazier Hall at UNLV. Group and solo exhibits include shows at the Contemporary Arts Center, Clark County Government Center, Main Gallery and Las Vegas Art Museum.