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Women In The Arts and Letters Offering Box Serie

This ongoing serie of  Women In The Arts and Letters Offering Box Series was directly inspired in the Women’s History Month and my fascination for Mexican Folk Art, specifically offering boxes.  This serie is intended to honor the women artists that I admired, whom have contributed to the arts and letters and to my own creative practice through out my life. Each offering box is conceived as a visual description of their lives, decorated with key personal elements that characterized their lives and now  symbolically accompany them in death. 
Violeta Parra

Simone De Beauvoir

Frida Kahlo

Recent posts

Reclaimed Abstract Paintings.

In early 2016, artist Cindy Mayoral passed away leaving behind a vast body of work, which was donated to the Latino Art Museum in Pomona, California. Among   her works, were some severely damaged by a flood.  The director of the museum gave the task to reclaimed these damaged paintings; and that is how this Bag Collection was born. It was an honor to reclaimed the late Cindy's abstract works and bring them back to life as a completely different expression of art.

Fight Like A Girl

We always told to "run like a man"  or "fight like a man" or "grow some balls" in order to show courage. But in reality, you can actually "run like a girl" and win; you can "fight like a girl" and be strong and also win; and definitely, there is absolutely no need to "grow some balls" in order to be courageous (just study women in the arts history).  In fact, everybody knows that balls are very delicate. The uterus on the other hand,  I think is one of our strongest organs. It can hold and push a baby, taking a hell of a beating during labor, then heal itself, and then repeat.  Inspired in all the above, I designed this girl with her "Love Pink & Fight Like a Girl" patch, reclaiming the color Pink as no longer a representation of delicate. We do not need to emulate "like a man" to be strong and courageous. We can be all that and while being girls and/or women, always occupying our own skin.  And now…

The Three Fridas "I Have Wings" A Reclaimed Journal Series.

"Feet, what do I need them for if I have wings to fly" ~ FRIDA KAHLO 

Viva La Frida! 

The Final Destination For The Traveling Embroideries Series

"The Traveling Embroideries"   some behind the scenes pictures !