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Brownout: Linda Vallejo Paints a New Color Scheme written by Tulsa Kinney, Editor “I’m a hypocrite,” Linda Vallejo says, referring to her latest series “Make ’Em All Mexican.” “I grew up on Fred Flintstone and Frank Sinatra. I’m all American.” She adds, “I think we are all hypocrites in one way or another. We all have our prejudices and judge each other needlessly based on color, class, education, et cetera. If we pretend that we...

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The Floating World Exhibition featuring works by Gina Stepaniuk and Linda Vallejo at Metro Gallery Los Angeles, CA October 6-November 3, 2007     What makes Linda Vallejo’s art so compelling and relevant to contemporary life? by William Moreno, past Executive Director, Claremont Museum of Art “For one, her broad command of a variety of mediums: painting, sculpture and site-specific installations are all within her prolific...

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Revealed: Women, Art, Life, Success, an Interview Dialogue at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery panel moderated by Betty Ann Brown and Linda Vallejo 2007 Accompanying article written by Toti O’Brien
for the Italian magazine “Salpare” in the Italian city of Alghero
published by Neria Di Giovanni, Nemapress. In February 2007, the Los Angeles Municipal Gallery hosted a large exhibit: “Multiple Vantage Point: Southern...

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Her Circle Ezine written and edited by Diane Leon Ferdico New York University, New York   Her Circle Ezine is dedicated to exploring the feminine experience in the world community. Through thoughtful and intelligent works of writing and visual artistry, women from around the globe contribute to the ongoing discussion about the multiplicity of women’s realities and the myriad forces that shape our lives. In Nature Exposed,...

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Breaking in Two: Provocative Visions of Motherhood  a documentary film by Sabine Sighichelli featuring Linda Vallejo     “To the artist creating art is not a career choice: It is an all-consuming quest. What happens when the artist becomes a mother?” In the feature-length documentary BREAKING IN TWO, Sabine Sighicelli, a mother herself, meets with a cross generational group of influential women artists and...

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Two of a Kind: Artists with different backgrounds but similar concerns featured together in Pomona Arts Colony exhibit by Susan McCormack , Staff Writer Inland Empire Calendar, Feb. 2001.   One artist is from Dublin, the other from Boyle Heights. One focuses on abstract paintings of nature, such as water or tree bark. The other is inspired by Native American ceremony. Though Anne Stahl and Linda Vallejo seem to come from two...

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