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BFA Printmaking 2022


My art practice has always explored history and socio-political events through painting, drawing, and printmaking. I have been producing works and images that have been more or less connected with a kinship to community, and an individual's subjective response to human objectivity. This body of work attempts to document the existence of objects and structures that contain micro-histories of immigrant communities in San Francisco, while exploring the boundaries of drawing and printmaking.




Image: Bisikleta, Lithographic crayon on rice paper, steel and rubber, Dimensions variable, 2021. Image courtesy of the artist.

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