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She has a red garment draped over her right shoulder and left arm.
This print is about my father’s recent death. Image is of Christ wearing a crown of thorns. She holds her fist in the air, as in protest. Photo from October Their clone-like appearance accentuates the montse homogenizing effect of gentrification – the displacement of locally owned businesses in favor of corporate mono culture.
Among them are faces and a heart. A este respecto, se establece que Costa Rica: The background is brown. Visible portion of an altar for the deceased is composed of an ear of dry corn, marigolds, a calavera sculpture, placards with the names of the dead, a ceramic candleholder, and a candle.
Photo is of cardboard painted calavera masks leaning against graves in a cemetery. Above the shelf are five ceramic calavera ieabel.
In Septembermy enredadae adopted father died, and that’s when he realized he wanted to find my mother, who [was] his blood mother.
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Print depicts an anthropomorphic winged figure holding a staff or other long object in a Pre-Columbian style. I used to work on homemade tattoos with original designed, back in the early to mid eighty, in my barrio at the Mirasol Courts in the Westside of San Antonio.
An image of La Virgen de Guadalupe leans against a vase of flowers that sits in the center of the table and is surrounded by curios. Blue, Yellow, Red, Pink, and Purple.
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Text in script at the bottom of the print reads, “La Virgen de los Pescados”. In the center of the print is an anthropomorphic crow on a yellow background. Artists examine a print. Three-dimensional assemblage-painting features two calaveras amidst milagritos, hearts, and small vegetables.
A piece of blue cloth hangs above and on the sides of the painting and unifies the two elements. Image is of a woman’s body wrapped in barbed wire and draped with leaves or seaweed.
Guadalupe has remained a small traditional community untouched by big development, surrounded by Mega malls and typical modern suburban living. This print is about friendship, representation and commercialism. Image is of a man with his arms extended outward. Image is of the partial figure of a nude woman. At the top is a blue cross; the rest are bones, bottles, dishes, and flowerpots. Stylized image of la Virgen de Guadalupe with pink skin, large earrings, and a light green manta.
I’m drawn to her strength as an image maker and personality. The face and frame border are mainly red. Image of a woman with Guadalupan attributes. Seekers of Gold refers to the desire of statistical information in matters especially of immigration and its effect on commerce, population and culture.
Photo is of an altar to muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros composed of a portrait painting of the artist surrounded by candles, flowers, artworks, and tools of the trade. The trensa also symbolizes traditional values and customs and rituals.
The rays enredsdas emanate from her body are red and jagged, and one protrudes from her mouth. Figura 15 Actividad pesquera posibles lances enero-junio Sister Karen speaks with an unidentified artist.
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One wears calavera face paint. Created for the Arizona Xicanindio project.
Photo of a large sugar skull on aluminum foil. Burning copal represents the binding together of heaven, earth, and air. Two human arms protrude from the crow’s body toward the right, where a enrexadas and butterfly fly, and seem to embrace the Earth.