A Prayer for the Earth


A Prayer for the Earth Eco Installation Charles H. MacNider Art Museum Mason City, IA Ann Landi, contributing editor of ARTnews and author of the four-volume Schirmer Encyclopedia of Art Ceremony and nature are also at the heart of Vallejo’s installations, particularly A Prayer for the Earth, which brought together so many different components of the artist’s vision. In part the theme was the devastation done to the planet, but the...

Read More

A Prayer for the Earth Eco Installation Contemporary Artist Series 2012: Tribal Stories a series of solo exhibitions comprised of stories told either by or about Native American Indians using a variety of contemporary and traditional media made possible by the Arts Council of Midland, TX Linda Vallejo’s art grows out of her experiences with different cultures over the course of decades of travel and careful study.  From her home base...

Read More

A Prayer for the Earth Eco Installation Solo Exhibition and artist lecture at Mary G. Hardin Center for Cultural Arts Gadsden, Alabama August 15 – November 10, 2010 A Prayer for the Earth is an installation which encompasses a vision of nature’s beauty, a concern for our threatened environment, and a sense of the natural world’s sanctity taught by indigenous peoples around the globe. The installation reflects the...

Read More

We Belong to the Earth: A Tribute to California’s Indigenous Traditions San Luis Obispo Art Center San Louis Obispo, CA October 9 – November 21, 2009     We Belong to the Earth: A Tribute to California’s Indigenous Traditions is a three-artist exhibition that explores the rich legacy of the Tongva and Chumash tribal peoples through contemporary art and photography. The exhibition runs from October 9 through...

Read More

La Vida Sin Fin: Day of the Dead 2008 A Prayer for the Earth Eco Installation at The National Museum of Mexican Art Curated by Oscar Sánchez and Alejandro Garcia Nelo Chicago, Illinois September 26, 2008   Original paintings on canvas, earth based sculpture, and a central mandala made up of manipulated photographs, stone, volcanic rock, shell, coral, feathers, ash, obsidian, tree and plant materials.     Artist...

Read More

Spirits of Los Angeles curated by Raoul de la Sota Department of Cultural Affairs Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery January 18 – April 20, 2008     The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) exhibition Spirits of Los Angeles brought together artists whose work dealt with spirits of the past, memories and ancestral history as well as present-day forces that play an important part in their creative...

Read More