Turtle Island to Abya Yala 2011


Turtle Island to Abya Yala: A Love Anthology of Art and Poetry by Native American and Latina Women
Edited by Mica Valdez
Art Editor Kristina Lovato-Hermann
Malinalli Press, 2011
San Francisco, CA

 


 

About Linda Vallejo:

Linda Vallejo is a Chicana artist represented by the Patricia Correia Gallery. Her work has exhibited at many museums and galleries including: Los Angeles Natural History Museum, Los Angeles Craft and Folk Art Museum, Bronx Museum, Museum of Modern Art New York, and Mexico City Modern Art Museum. Linda has participated in and supported traditional Native ceremony in South Dakota, California and Arizona for the past 25 years.

 


 

Artists included: Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcon, Adelina Anthony, Cathy Arellano, Natasha Beeds, Natalie Bell, LeAndra Bitsie, Maylei Blackwell, Nanette Bradley Deetz, Robin Carneen, Melanie Cervantes, Alethea Chamberlain, Melanie Chan, Pamela ‘EYA’ Chavez, Maya Chinchilla, Cihuatl-Ce, Susana ‘Sonji’ Figueroa, Alapay Baa-Hozho Flores, Margarita Alex Flores, Jennifer Elise Foerster, Raven Fonseca, Happy Frejo, Gabriela Garcia Medina, Karina González Amaya, Reva ‘Mariah’ Gover, Sonia Gutiérrez,Celeste Guzman Mendoza, Nayeli Guzmán, Melanie Printup Hope, Lillian Jackson, Marjorie Jensen, Rosa M. Hernandez, ire’na lara silva, Kristina Lovato-Hermann, Celeste De Luna, Nancy Magdaleno, Celia Monge Mana, Griselda Liz Munoz, Sarah Nieto, Ampara Ochoa, Sara Marie Ortiz, Alejandra Oseguera, Pennie Opal Plant, Brianna Lea Pruett, Naomi Quinonez, Maria Gisella Ramirez, Cassandra Rendon, Gabriela Spears Rico, annie ross, Kanyon Sayers-Roods, Kim Shuck, SistaHailstrom, Cinnamon Spear, Nazbah Tom, Theresa Turmel, Mica Valdez, Linda Vallejo, Vickie Vértiz, Jennifer Lisa Vest, Martha Villa, Lela Northcross Wakely, Amy JB Wagner, Jaynie Lara (Weye Hlapsi), Sherry Wilson

 

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