Sun, February 10, 2019, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Join us for a gallery walk-through of Linda Vallejo’s artwork by the artist herself. Afterwards, she will welcome questions and discussion.
Linda Vallejo, an artist who lives and works in Los Angeles, is most recently known for painting and sculpture that discusses the politics of color and class. Her work often addresses her Mexican-American identity within the context of American art and popular culture. The founder of A to Z Grantwriting, a non-profit consulting firm, she has also been involved in traditional Native American and ChicanX rituals and ceremonies for many years. Vallejo traveled and studied internationally receiving her MFA from California State University, Long Beach. Her work was included in multiple 2018 exhibitions organized as part of the Getty Foundation-sponsored “Pacific Standard Time: LA LA including “Imagen Angeleno,” Museum of Art and History 2017, Lancaster, CA, “A Universal History of Infamy: Those of This America,” LACMA Charles White Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, “Deconstructing Liberty: A Destiny Manifested,” initiated by Building Bridges Art Exchange and exhibited at Muzeo Museum & Cultural Center, Anaheim, CA, and “Keepin’ It Brown,” bG Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.
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Art Museum of Sonoma County
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