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Homemade in America, 2004

Homemade Juarez Keepsake, 2004

Heartfelt & Homespun, 2004

$5000 each.

The 3 pieces above in the homemade series are collages with acrylic painted portraitures. Each portrait is mounted on the bib of a white vintage embellished apron, floating in a white shadow box.   Each piece is 41” high X 23” wide.  Below is a view of the aprons in an installation.  (Note: dark apron in the view below is not available.) $5000 EACH plus shipping & handling. Contact Victoria if you have questions.

Homemade Series installation. Dark apron not available.

 

American Manufactured Vacation, Juarez Suitcase, 2004

“American Manufactured Vacation, Juarez Suitcaseis an installation regarding the NAFTA Maquilas of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. It was created for an exhibit curated by Judy Chicago in Pomona, California, 2004.  The exhibit was called Envisioning the Future.   “American Manufactured Vacation, Juarez Suitcase” is 22”x18” and 26” high, when open.   Inside the suitcase is a small bill-board/postcard acrylic painting.  The Juarez woman’s shoes hold the victims, all in white dresses, all young, all similar, all with pink crosses on their bodices. Their NAFTA maquila time cards buried in the sand.

$8,000 plus shipping and handling for “American Manufactured Vacation, Juarez Suitcase.    Contact Victoria if you have questions.

Detail of Juarez shoes

 

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Knowingly Walking Through the Imaginary River Towards Divine Destiny, 2002

This limited serigraph was printed at Self Help Graphics & Art in Los Angeles and was part of the Upraise of the Urban Goddess maestras atelier XL curated by Diane Gamboa.  It is 20″ wide X 30″ high. 60 prints in total of “Knowingly Walking Through the Imaginary River Towards Divine Destiny” were created.

“Knowingly Walking Through the Imaginary River Towards Divine Destiny” prints are part of these collections: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Print Department Collection (Los Angeles, California), Romo Collection of Mexican American Prints (University of Texas/Austin),  Chicanos Fronteras Seminario–NACCS Conference (California Collection), Instituto Cultural de Baja California (Baja California, Mexico), Mexican Fine Art Center Museum, Permanent Collection (Chicago, Illinois), Self Help Graphics Traveling Exhibit Print Program (East Los Angeles, California), The Gerald Buck Collections (Los Angeles, California), Galeria Sin Fronteras Collection (Austin, Texas), Huntington Museum/University of Texas Collection (Austin, Texas), Laguna Art Museum/Orange County Art Museum, Permanent Collection (Laguna, California), and UC Santa Barbara Library/Caridad Archive of Chicano Printmaking in California Collection.

Each “Knowingly Walking Through the Imaginary River Towards Divine Destiny” print is $850 plus shipping and handling.  Prints will be sold in lowest count order.  Contact Victoria if you have questions.

 

Dark blue final color.  Love it!

Bolsa de Mercado, 2013

This limited serigraph was printed at Self Help Graphics & Art in Los Angeles and was part of Communication Threads & Entwined Recollections, a textile inspired silk screen print atelier curated by Victoria Delgadillo.  Read more.  It is 30″ wide X 22″ high.  40 prints in total of “Bolsa de Mercado” were created.

“Bolsa de Mercado” prints are part of these collections: University of Notre Dame Latino Studies (Notre Dame, Indiana), UC Santa Barbara Library-California Multicultural Ethnic Print Archive (Santa Barbara, California), National Mexican Museum of Art (Chicago, Illinois), AltaMed Health Services Art Collection (Los Angeles, California), and Self Help Graphics & Art Archive (Los Angeles, California).

Each “Bolsa de Mercado” print is $900 plus shipping and handling.  Prints will be sold in lowest count order.  Contact Victoria if you have questions.