Berenice Badillo
  • 44, Female
  • San Diego, Califas
  • United States
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About Me:
I am a Marriage and Family art therapist. I currently work with homeless teens at a mental health clinic in Banker's Hill. I have worked with this population for over a decade and have been a community artist and muralist since I was twenty.
Art has always been a special language for me; a way to communicate that which has no words to express. Art is said to be a window to your soul and as an art therapist I facilitate a new way of looking. Currently I work with homeless youth and have worked with this population for many years. I am a San Diego artist and a community muralist and I share with you a little of myself.

I paint when I’m out of tears and I rest when I watch the drips of paint continue to cry on my canvas

I paint when I’m angry and I layer the canvas frantically with colors and charcoal until my hands are bloody or I collapse

I paint when I am happy and I rejoice with every stroke.

I draw when I am in love and I want to remember every detail of your face.

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At 8:34pm on February 6, 2010, Julieanna Trejo said…
Hello Berenice How are you today?
At 3:49pm on December 19, 2009, Victoria Delgadillo said…


In March 2010, there will be a series of events in Mexico City, Mexico, Los Angeles, California, and other cities, meant to be a ritual of mourning for the femicides in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua: Art as a pathway of opposition and resistance to violence.

We invite you to be part of this initiative of art activism. Below is the link to the blog we have dedicated to this and where you will find the Call for Entries. This invitation is open to all individuals, groups, organizations, artists and activists. The events in March 2010 will include awareness raising creative workshops, intervention actions, plays and performances and the exhibition of the art work received through the call for entries and the resulting art from the workshops.

For those who do not live in Mexico City or Los Angeles metropolitan areas, we invite you to organize your own community activity during the same month of March, 2010. It could be an Art Exhibit, a book discussion, a movie screening, a poetry reading, etc. We ask you to include the original title of this event “A Prayer for Juarez,” and to send us your schedule, and later on, photos and documentation, to be included in the blog.

To include your event, or for any kind of issue related, please write to us:
In the US:
In Mexico:

Creating protest art transcends culture and gender. We are united in a larger community of like-minds and humanitarian goals. We thank you in advance for your dedication and your prayers for the women of Ciudad Juarez. NI UNA MAS!

At 11:24pm on March 29, 2009, Griselda Tello said…
Thanks for your kind words are amazing!!
At 2:45pm on July 29, 2008, Maria Sanchez said…
yes most definately, let me know when you have a shop set up on Etsy! :)
At 5:21pm on July 18, 2008, Maria Sanchez said…
Wow amazing artwork. I really like your necklaces. Do you have site where we can purchase them? Are you on Etsy?
At 9:10pm on July 17, 2008, Zulmara Maria said…
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At 8:15pm on May 5, 2008, Olga Ayala said…
I also like your mermaid and drummer paintings.

Re: your clay question, yes, polymer clay is very pliable and is baked in a home oven at a range of 250 - 275 degrees. Very user friendly and most of all... ADDICTING! LOL!

Glad you like my work.

At 9:12pm on May 1, 2008, Olga Ayala said…
Wow! Your necklaces are FABULOUS!
At 8:29am on May 1, 2008, Elaine Ruiz said…
As soon as the crunch-time for these banners end. We have to have them all finished within 2 weeks. There were 8 total, and I am doing 5 of them. Jihmy and Ziggy are doing the other 3. The dedication ceremony for the building is May 21st, 4pm to 8pm. It's going to be great. All of you are invited!

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