Maruka’s Dress for Dia de los Muertos, 27x27, acrylic on canvas, 2012, $195
Since I am Mexican-American, I wanted to make something special to honor Dia de los Muertos. My grandmother Maria was affectionately called "Maruka." I made this dress with altar inside holding a little santo, for her. She went on to her next journey when I was 13.
What is on the Edges, 24x36, acrylic & charcoal on canvas, 2012, $245
I repainted this so many times. it is supposed to represent three sisters and their relationship to their parents....but now I see much more than that in it.
Invisible Parts of Her, 24x36, acrylic and charcoal pencil on canvas, 2012, $245
This painting is about adolescent girls and all of the complicated feeling and ideas they carry around in their brains. It is also about any woman. All of her anxiety, depression, lack of self esteem, anger, happiness, joy, & intuition cannot always be seen on her face. This painting is dedicated to two
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