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Digital Milagros by Teresa       Archuleta-Sagel
Teresa Archuleta-Sagel, Digital Milagros

Sor Juana, Frida y Yo by Teresa       Archuleta-Sagel
Teresa Archuleta-Sagel, Sor Juana, Frida y Yo

Atocha Dream by Elena       Baca
Elena Baca, Atocha Dream


Atocha Dream by Elena       Baca
Museum of International Folk Art,
Feb 01, 2001 - Feb 01, 2002
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

Exhibition Press Release
by LatinArt.com

Featured Artists

Teresa Archuleta-Sagel: A renowned master weaver, this artist applies her skills to format fiber-inspired digital tapestries. Archuleta-Sagel refers to her computer as a contemporary "loom."

Elena Baca: Combining a unique photo process with modern computer technology, Baca renders evocative images inspired by her Nuevomexicana roots. She then adheres her work onto wooden boards to make contemporary techno "retablos."

Alma López: An award winning California artist, López inspired folk saints are rendered digitally then super-imposed over California landscapes to highlight timely border and social issues.

Marion Martí¬≠nez: This artist begins inside the computer and incorporates recycled computer parts to create three-dimensional mixed-media sculptures that recast traditional Nuevomexicano and cultural icons.

* This Press Release has been reproduced with the permission of the Museum of New Mexico.

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