"Thank you Ana. I do try to preserve Latino culture through my art and jewelry and this connection between women in different generations is something women of all races can identify with. I am happy that you like the painting. Please check out my…"
My jewelry and art reflect the Mexican-American lifestyle, color, movement and tradition that I was entrenched in growing up. I work with mixed media, silver, clay and metal clays. I create jewelry and art in my home workshop in the countryside of the small, rural city of Saint Johns, Michigan. My jewelry and art page can be found on Facebook and am working on a website this summer. Rosa
Rosa, it is a pleasure to meet you. I don't know if i'm looking in the wrong area, but can't see your pics. With no doubt im sure that you're jewelry is beautiful. How is it for you with the shows in Michigan? I sell through my website, facebook, and some shows. It's just so much work to set up at shows.
I have been in remission from Leukemia - Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia - for three years, four months and seven days....and I am counting.For those uninitiated to the throes of being a cancer patient, perhaps the question is , "Why bother counting? Why not just move on? You conquered cancer and life goes on." The simplistic answer to this complex question is…See More
For our second year of Fiestas Fridas SF (he)Art exhibit, we ask artists to explore the concept of “In Lak'ech Ala K'in” as it relates to Frida’s experience or to the artists’ relationship with Frida, as inspiration and motivation to produce (he)Art despite the obstacles and setbacks in life; approaching reality, no matter how ugly, with positive responses from a place of giving. The Mayan law of In Lak'ech Ala K'in “Mi otro yo”, (meaning “I am another you” or “I am you, and you are me”), is…See More