Bibliography


Tierra de Oro Cinco de Mayo Art Exhibition at Long Beach Gallery, Long Beach, California Sponsored by City of Long Beach Recreation Department and Centro de Arte May 5-26, 1981   Back to...

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A Traves de la Frontera published by Centro de Estudios Económicos y Sociales del Tercer Mundo México, D.F. August 3-September 30, 1983     Artists included: Manuel A. Acuňa, José Antonio Aguire López Carlos Almaraz, David A. Siqueiros, Teresa Archuleta-Sagel, Roberto Arredondo, Adam Avila, Santa Barraza, Judy Baca, Elizandro Carrington, Carlos Cortez, Nora Chapa Mendoza, Roberto Delgado, Richard S. Duardo, Ricardo...

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House of Women A Conference on Feminist Art and Culture in the Eighties at California State University at Long Beach Participating artists included: Cheri Gaulke, Suzanne Lacy, Eloise Klein Healy, Judy Chicago, Arlene Raven, Marilyn Gottschall, Sondra Hale, Kathy Rae Huffman, Lucy Lippard, Gail Dubrow, Betty Brown, Mina Caulfield, Edith Folb, Connie Jenkins, Linda Vallejo, Judy Baca, Sheila De Bretteville, Mary Beth Welch, Bonnie...

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Caminos Magazine October, 1980. Volume 1, Number 6 by Kelly Hollister Featured artists: Michael M. Amescua, Gloria Chacon, William F. Herron, Joaquin Patino, Pedro Pelayo, Maria Pinedo,  Rudi Sigala, Mario Torero, Domingo O. Ulloa, Linda Vallejo, and Emigdio Vasquez     Linda Vallejo Artist Statement “All of my pieces contain archetypal, mythological or dream-world imagery. I use archetypal subject matter found in ancient...

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A Prayer for the Earth at Carnegie Art Museum 424 South C Street, Oxnard, California September-November 2004   Written by Ann Landi, contributing editor of ARTnews and author of the four-volume Schirmer Encyclopedia of Art, to accompany a series of national solo exhibitions: Linda Vallejo’s art grows out of her experiences with different cultures over the course of decades of far-flung travel and careful study. The daughter...

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Rejoice Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery Porter College, University of California, Santa Cruz February-March, 1983 Artists included, David Bradford, Eduardo Carrillo, Claude Clark, Jim Dong, Doyle Foreman, Margo Humphrey, Suzanne Jackson, Jeane Lamarr, Frank Lapena, George Longfish, Barrington Mclean, Amalia Mesa-Bains, Leatrice Mikkelson, Patricia Rodriguez, Betye Saar, Ben Sakoguchi, Masami Teraoka, Linda Vallejo, Emigdio Vazques, and...

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