Art Made with Love
Dia De Los Muertos Exhibit 2013 This is a photograph of an installation piece I created for the 2013 Latino Arts Dia De Los Muertos exhibit. It is honoring the souls that find their way back home every year… The mariposas are made of corn husks and suspended from the ceiling. The shadows simulated a flutter affect. The space below invited all to play with them and enjoy their peace & beauty. ” This is one of the most poignant installations I have seen in a while. Rich but simple idea, beautifully executed. It’s perfect. An offering, really…” -Raoul Deal
My family and I standing in front of my contemporary ofrenda dedicated to the life of Anacasia, a woman of Puerto Rican decent and amazing cook.
Hand-made earrings with Aztec symbol.
I make felt milagro and sugar skull pillows.
I love creating my own stamps. Xíngona means badass woman!