Artworks
Screenprint part of an installation
30" X 30"
2015
Solo Exhibition
2016
screenprint and painting
20”w X 25”h
2016
Screenprint and drawing
29”w X22.5”h
2016
screenprint
2016
screenprint & painting
20” w X 25.25” h
2016
screenprint
25.5”w X 20”h
2015
Plexiglass
10' w X 10'h X 10' d (detail)
2014
Plexiglass
2014
Installation
10' h X 10' w X 10' d
2014
Woodblock Print
12”h X 16”w
2013
Woodblock Print (Reduction Print)
12" w X 16" h
2014
Woodblock Print
20”h X 16”w
2013
Woodblock Print
20”h X 16”w
2014
Woodblock Print
20”h X 16”w
2014
Woodblock Print
20”h X 16”w
2014
Mixed Media Installation
8'h X 4' w X 4' d
2011
Mixed Media Installation
10' h X 10' w X 8' d
2012
Mixed Media Installation
12' h X 12' w X 12' d
2009
steamroller woodblock print
8' w X 4' h
2009
Steamroller print
8' w X 4' h
2006
Publication
2007

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  • En Busca de Pancho Villa. It a print as part of a solo exhibit on site installation titled "Reconfiguring Casta" at Augsburg College, and "Un-typing Casta" at the Tweed Museum. The piece on mustaches is a commentary on whether physical traits can be assigned to a race? The mustaches  (left to right on top) Germán Genaro Cipriano Gómez Valdés de Castillo, better known as Tin-Tan (actor, singer and comedian); Manuel Gutiérrez Nájera (Mexican writer/poet and political figure); Mario Fortino A…
  • When I was a child, my mother and my grandmother would tell me stories such as The Mexican legend is one of the most popular about a young mother who has lost her children in a tragic way and her troubled soul is condemned to wander in the night screaming, “Ay, mis hijos!” (Oh, my children!). 
  • Inspired by the folkloric tale told to me by a Guatemala woman who resides in Minnesota. The Guatemalan legend is about an attractive female who lures intoxicated men into danger before revealing her face to be that of a horse and then she murders them. 
  • El Superbarrio is a contemporary urban myth of a man who exists as a defender of social justice in Mexico City wearing red tights, a cape, with a red & yellow Lucha Libre mask. His persona was inspired by the legendary wrestlers such as El Santo who fought crime and evil to defend the poor. El Superbarrio began mobilizing people after the 1985 Mexico City when he helped organize relief efforts for earthquake victims. Through his activism he has been able to organize hundreds of political ral…
  • A creature who sucks the blood of goats and has been sighted throughout Puerto Rico and all of Latin America since the mid-90’s until recently. Although there are numerous variations on the descriptions of the creature, this is my interpretation.
  • A myth from the city of Tijuana Mexico that tells about a young beautiful woman who goes with her girlfriends to a dance. Many potential suitors approach her to dance but she denies them one by one. A handsome mysterious elegant man dressed in a dark suit with a silk tie convinces her to dance but while dancing he evolves into the devil with horns. All of a sudden the couple are enveloped in flames and disappear forever from the dance floor.
  • The installation was created for “El Milagro” (the miracle) exhibition addressing the miraculous, religious, and mystical in Latin America. The stylish and practical home entertainment center covered in gold birth control pills and pregnancy tests, is stenciled with uterus graphics. The convenient cabinets provide natural cures for conception or anti-conception. Perfect for all indecisive women whose clock is ticking regarding to birth or not to birth.  La Virgen video is experiencing the …