jueves, 28 de julio de 2011

Prints Tin Dirdamal (my son) documentary

These are the drawings for the third print. I was going to make three but now I will do a series about loliness and depresion that has inspired me for my survivors of violence theme.

Saludos from Mexico

viernes, 22 de julio de 2011

7 days to participate in son´s documentary

another version of prints for Death in Arizona a love story my son´s documentary.
7 days to participate in the documentary


comments and participation very much appreciated.

Thank you very much and saludos, Guadalupe

martes, 19 de julio de 2011

Death in Arizona by Tin Dirdamal new Documentary

This is the print for the chair.

The print of the women is only the first draft printed by hand because I am travelling.

viernes, 1 de julio de 2011

wood prints for my son´s new documentary

This is my print for Japan.
I am very happy to be doing wood prinst for my son´s documentary

Please send the link to friends that you think might be interested in participating in this project.

I am very happy to be a part of this documentary. In this documentary my son thought my prints would be a good gift. I will do my best!!!!! I will be posting images of my wood cuts here.

Thank you and Saludos from Mexico, Guadalupe Victorica

miércoles, 25 de mayo de 2011

Educational exhibit Prints for Peace 2011

Artists participating in the Educational exhibit Prints for Peace Mexico.
These artists presented their Prints for Peace 2011 and an artist proof in May at Centro Cultural Arquitectura UANL. The final prints will also be exhibited at Prints for Peace 2011 at Arte AC from June 22 to July 30 2011.
Please see photos of the gallery at http://www.printsforpeacemexico.blogspot.com/

Thank you all for participating.

Colin Guillespie England
Georgia Grigoriadou Greece
Hilda Paz Levozan ArgentinaLaerke Rune Denmark
Brabara Zietchick United States
Guadalupe Victorica México

martes, 1 de marzo de 2011

Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz Mexican poet

This is a linoleum print about Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz by Guadalupe Victorica. The name of the print is "Hablame con los ojos" "Talk to me with your eyes" a line from one of her poems.
Sor Juana was a Mexican religious women poet born in 1671. She was a fierce defender of women´s write to education.