GUIDE TO THE SELF HELP GRAPHICS ARCHIVES 1960 - 2003 [bulk 1972-1992]

APPENDIX C SILKSCREENS


Alphabetical Listing by Artist's Name

Aguilar, Laura; Grandma; April 10-21, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/66, 6/66; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: 3 Photographs -one of my grandma taken 1920-1923 -one of my grandma, Aunt Bea my brother John and myself -one with my grandma and myself text about my grandma Colors used: Cream White, LT White Yellow, Clear Gloss, Sepia, Silver.
CEMA-SHG

Aguirre, José Antonio; It's Like The Song, Just Another Op'nin' Another Show... (Jan 8-12) 1990; Atelier 15; Westwind (heavyweight); Image size: 24" X 36"; Paper size: 26 1/4" X 39"
Edition Number: 4/62, 16/62; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/62, title & signature" Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "It's Like The Song, Just Another Op'nin' Another Show..., 16/62, J A Aguirre, 90". embossed "SHG" on the lower left;

Comments/Description: A large red cross dominates the center of the print. On the upper part of the cross there is a plaque with "SIDA". At its base is a portrait of a bearded man. Behind the cross on the top there is a landscape of Echo Park.
"This print is intended to be a tribute to the memory of Carlos Almaraz and to those that have also died from AIDS. The image of the cross coming from the head/photograph of Almaraz is combined/appropriated with few symbols from Carlos own iconography, developed with my own treatment and color perception." J.A. Aguirre.
Number of prints: 2
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Aguirre, José Antonio; Firedream; (Mar 7-11) 1988; Atelier 11; Image size: 24" x 36 1/2"; Paper size: 26" x 38 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/45, 43/45; Signed;, Inscription reads: "4/45, title, signature, date" Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the area between the two sections of the print reads: "43/45, Firedream, J A Aguirre, 88". "SHG" chops located below the main image area;

Comments/Description: Central image of five black and white firemen, a fire truck with four firemen and an abstract border. The lower part of the print contains a sleeping yellow nude female and a profile of a face with a nose in the act of smelling.
"My work is closely related to personal experience. This visual poem tells the story of a relationship that was so intense that it was extinguished by the fire of passion. This love is being reborn through a new fire of life but it has to face a deconstruction of its past and in a cathartical experience overcome the present to be able to grow into the future." J.A. Aguirre
Number of prints: 2
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Aguirre, José Antonio and José Alpuche; Mongo Santamaria; 1997; Atelier 29-31 #4 & #6; Image size: 16" x 21 7/8"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/60, 6/60; Signed. "SHG" insignia at lower left hand corner;

Comments/Description: Cesar Chavez with zig zag bolts of red, orange, and blue. The other print is done in all green. Both Jose Antonio Aguirre and Jose Alpuche created the poster. Atelier 31.
Number of prints: 2
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Aguirre, José Antonio; Santa Patria; 1995; Atelier 29-31 #4 & #6; Image size: 38 1/2" x 26 1/2"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 18/60; Signed. lower left ;

Comments/Description: Nude masked woman tied to a cross.
CEMA-SHG

Aguirre, José Antonio; Postcard From 'Elei'; 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Image size: 24 3/4" x 19" ; Paper size: 26 1/8" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/64, 22/64; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Postcard From 'Elei', 4/64, J Aguirre, 92". embossed "SHG" chopmark located at the bottom left corner inside image area;

Comments/Description: A human figure on profile next to an image of City Hall in L.A. intertwined with what looks like sharp knife blades of fire and/or blood. At the bottom are three hands with drops of blood.
Number of prints: 2
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Alcalá, Manuel C.; El Canto de Quetzalcoatl; 1995; Atelier 3; poster; Image size: 32" x 24 1/2" ; Paper size: 38 1/4" x 30"
Edition Number: 56/65, 58/65; Signed. lower left hand corner;

Comments/Description: Abstract profile of a multicolored human face with an abstract feather headdress. Red crescent moon in upper right corner with blue planet and comet zooming in. On top of the human head is a green bird.
Number of prints: 2
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Alcalá, Manuel C.; La Partida; 1996; Atelier 29; Image size: 25 5/8" x 38"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/59; prnt: José Alpuche; Signed. lower left;

Comments/Description: Nomadic family (father, mother, and son) travel across the baren land with a fire and a tornado in the background.
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Alcaraz, Lalo; Ché; 1997; Atelier 31; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/65, 6/65; prnt: Amos Menjivar , supervised by José Alpuche; Signed. SHG insignia at lower left corner;

Comments/Description: Ché wearing beret with a Nike emblem on the front. Print in red and black.
Number of prints: 2
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Alcaraz, Lalo Lopez; White Men Can't; 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Image size: 21 1/2" x 16 5/8"; Paper size: 28" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/59, 22/59; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "White Men Can't, 4/59, Lalo Alcaraz, [cross symbol]". embossed "SHG" chopmark located in the lower right corner;

Comments/Description: George Bush and Daryl Gates dressed in sports outfits. A wire fence and the City Hall in flames are behind them. Gates' basketball player t-shirt reads: "property of / LAPD". Bush's runner t-shirt reads: "White / men / can't / run / the system" White text on a red background underneath the image area reads: "From the courts of Simi Valley, / to the streets of L.A., (c) copyright 1992 Lalo." "It is one of my series of dwgs. (sic.) titled 'Chicano Movie Posters,' in which I create parodies of L.A./Hollywood movie posters w/ (sic.) Chicano themes. This one was inspired by the riots/insurrection in L.A. and the inability of the establishment to do anything about thier society's crack up. 'Nero Fiddles '92'." L. Alcaraz
Number of prints: 2
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Alferov, Alex; Oriental Blond; (Oct 3-7) 1988; Atelier 12; Westwind (heavyweight); Image size: 24" x 31"; Paper size: 26" x 33"
Edition Number: 46/58; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed; Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "46/58, Oriental Blond, Alferov". embossed "SHG" on the lower right;

Comments/Description: Portrait of a man (yellow and blue), next to a window (dark magenta to red). Outside are bare trees with a split fountain background. Walls are purple to pastel green.
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Alferov, Alex; Koshka; (Jan 24-29) 1988; Atelier 11; Westwinds; Image size: 24" x 36"; Paper size: 26" x 40"
Edition Number: 4/52; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom below the image area reads: "4/52, title and signature" . "SHG" chops located in the lower right hand corner ;

Comments/Description: "A city cat, twilight casting its shadow at the doorway of a stranger. I live in Hollywood, in a part of the city that used to be residential but is now in a state of change. There are a lot of stray cats in this neighborhood. The cats are forced to survive on their own. The cities are in the same state of plight. I have used the stray cat as a symbol of what happens to a city in decline and to its inhabitants--an electric neon existence of surviving at any cost--casting an uncertain shadow to its future." A. Alferov.
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Alferov, Alex; Love Potion #9; 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Image size: 24" x 36"; Paper size: 28" x 40"
Edition Number: 18/28; Signed;, Inscription in pencil at the bottom inside image area reads: "love potion #9, 18/28, Alferov". embossed "SHG" insignia located in lower right corner inside image area;

Comments/Description: Juxtaposition of what looks like the enlarged face of person and a lying torso of another. The composition is blurred. Main colors are pink, yellow, blue and purple.
CEMA-SHG

Alferov, Alex; Without You; n.d.; Atelier 29-31 #4 & #6; Image size: 39 1/4" x 24 1/4"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/60, 6/60; prnt: José Alpuche; Signed. lower left corner of image;

Comments/Description: Mahatma Gandhi quotes in multicolor, "Wealth without work..." rising sun towards bottom of the poster. Co-artist Michael Amescua.
Number of prints: 2
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Alferov, Alex; Passport; 1993; Images Of The Future; Image size: 15 1/8" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/78, 14/78; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "signature [illegible], 93, passport, 4/78". embossed "SHG" insignia in lower right corner;

Comments/Description: On a multi-colored background, the green outline of a face is visible within layers of other lines and shapes. The face seems superimposed--as if it is not the focus although it is the only image.
Number of prints: 2
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Alicia, Juana; Sobreviviente; (Jan 29-Feb 2) 1989; Atelier 15; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 29 1/2" x 24"; Paper size: 32 1/4'' x 26"
Edition Number: 41/60, 42/60; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "Sobreviviente, 41/60, Juana Alicia". Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area at the bottom reads: "Title, 42/60, signature" . embossed "SHG" on the lower right side;

Comments/Description: Image of a blindfolded woman, rays of light emanating from her eyes beneath the blindfold. A large building looms behind her, and a bit of sunset filled sky is seen above and beyond the building.
Number of prints: 2
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Alpuche, José; Material Girl; 1997; Atelier 29; Image size: 24" x 18"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 11/32; Signed.

Comments/Description: Picture of Madonna--the singer of the hit song "Material Girl."
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Alpuche, José; El Espíritu Azteca; 1995; Atelier 16; poster; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 42/57, 44/57; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower right hand corner;

Comments/Description: Colors of the Mexican flag in the background fading vertically from green to white to red. In the foreground is an Indian holding a bow and arrow kneeling down on the ground. His chest is exposed and he is wearing a feather headband.
Number of prints: 2
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Alpuche, José; Another Aftershock Hits LA; 1992; Images Of The Future; Image size: 22 1/8" x 16"; Paper size: 26 1/8" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/54, 16/54; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/54,'Another aftershock hits La', José Alperche [illegible], 92". embossed "SHG" insignia located in lower left corner;

Comments/Description: Image of 'The Thinker' by August Rodin in green and black in the center of the composition. Along the top and left edges are newspaper clippings in gold, superimposed on the purple-blue background. Big lettering reads: "...Studio City wants police to sweep out homeless... / ...Convicted in Shooting of Girl, 11, Wounded in Heart... / ...Choosing Unemployment... / ...Food / Love" At the bottom of the print, smaller type reads: "Another Aftershock Hits Desert"
Number of prints: 2
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Alvarez, Laura E.; The Double Agent Sirvienta: Blow up the Hard Drive; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 25 3/4" x 18"; Paper size: 30 1/4" x 22"
Edition Number: 4/56, 6/56; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/56, The Double Agent Sirvienta: Blow up the Hard Drive, Laura E. Alvarez '99." .

Comments/Description: Image is of a girl in a waitress uniform. The background is a folder with title "File://Translations.underdone" with letters and characters as a second background. There is a red flame that fades from orange to yellow to bottom of image. "Alvarez uses humor to scramble the gendered and raced codes of the culture of domestic labor economics, with the sirvienta doubling as an agent of subversive intelligence"--Maestras Atelier XXXIII 1999.
Number of prints: 2
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Alvarez, Jack; Dos Mundos (Two Worlds); August 28-31, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 15" x 21"; Paper size: 26" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/84, 6/84; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;

Comments/Description: Hand Pulled Serigraph print. Six colors on Coventry rag paper. Art print contains; yellow background, blue/gray surface. Female/Virgin figure in center with halo-like shape over head. Symbolism includes; plant forms (3) crosses in and above the horizon. Colors used: Light Yellow 1205, Charcoal Brown 497, Light Lavender 503, Gray Balck 431, Orange 130, Blue/Gray 5493.
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Alvarez, Laura E.; Mission in the Garden; March 27-30, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18"x 22"; Paper size: 22"x 30"
Edition Number: 4/74, 6/74; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :unknown; signed. lower left;

Comments/Description: The Double Agent Sirvienta, an international spy posing as a maid and expert in the field of domestic technology, lloks after and involves a blond baby in secret missions while vacationing in a tropical garden landscape. The agent/gardener in the distance is really her childhood sweetheart from a small Mexican Colonial town, but with the plastic surgery after his accident, she doesn't recognize him. Her mission plan hovers in the grass with the promise of love and small explosions. A small toy hides the preciouse data. Colors used: Light Green, Pink, Brown Skin, Sky Blue, Yellow, Light Flesh, Brown Skin (again), Dark Green, Black, and Clear Gloss.
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Alvarez, Jack; Dos Mundos (Two Worlds); August 28-31, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 15" x 21"; Paper size: 26" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/84, 6/84; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;

Comments/Description: Hand Pulled Serigraph print. Six colors on Coventry rag paper. Art print contains; yellow background, blue/gray surface. Female/Virgin figure in center with halo-like shape over head. Symbolism includes; plant forms (3) crosses in and above the horizon. Colors used: Light Yellow 1205, Charcoal Brown 497, Light Lavender 503, Gray Balck 431, Orange 130, Blue/Gray 5493.
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Alvarez, Laura E.; Mission in the Garden; March 27-30, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18"x 22"; Paper size: 22"x 30"
Edition Number: 4/74, 6/74; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :unknown; signed. lower left;

Comments/Description: The Double Agent Sirvienta, an international spy posing as a maid and expert in the field of domestic technology, lloks after and involves a blond baby in secret missions while vacationing in a tropical garden landscape. The agent/gardener in the distance is really her childhood sweetheart from a small Mexican Colonial town, but with the plastic surgery after his accident, she doesn't recognize him. Her mission plan hovers in the grass with the promise of love and small explosions. A small toy hides the preciouse data. Colors used: Light Green, Pink, Brown Skin, Sky Blue, Yellow, Light Flesh, Brown Skin (again), Dark Green, Black, and Clear Gloss.
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Amemiya, Grace; From Within Ourselves, The Phoenix Arises; (May 23 - 27) 1992; Atelier 19; Westwinds; Image size: 17 1/2" x 24"; Paper size: 18 1/8" x 25 1/2"
Edition Number: 63; prnt: Richard Balboa; mtrx :Dstroyed (sic.); Lower left of paper;

Comments/Description: Pheonix rising from fire/Destruction of its egg. Colors used: 1. Silver mettalic (sic.), 2. gold mettalic (sic.), 3. Yellow, 4. Process Magenta, 5. Split fountain Blue/Green, 6. Maroon. "From within Ourselves, the Phoenix Arises. Like many young children now, i too was a child druing a riot - the Watts riot. And like most children, didn't understand what it meant to be discriminated or hated because of one's heritage or color. We didn't know about "Being disadvantaged". My friends then all had smiles and knew how to laugh. Another riot, now in 1992, called the L.A. riot. I hear the words of Rodney King, "Can't we all get along?" And it makes you wonder "Can We?" The media sensationlizes (sic.). Next thing we know, we are all caught up in this frenzy. Fear grips us. We all have different pasts. We are all here for different reasons. Understanding why we are here and how we can love or at least have compassion is a start. But the real beginning is to look within, to treat ourselves with self-respect and respect for others. Only then will real change can happen (sic.). Only then, our phoenix can rise." G. Amemiya
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Amemiya Kirkman, Grace; Where's My Genie In The Bottle; (Oct 23-27) 1989; Atelier 14; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 24" x 36"; Paper size: 24 3/4" x 37"
Edition Number: 4/55, 10/55; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "Where's My Genie In The Bottle, 10/55, Grace Amemiya Kirkman". embossed "SHG" on the lower left;

Comments/Description: Image is "very wild, freeforms". The colors are very bright-red, blue, lavender, gold, yellow, white, green, orange, magenta. "There's a central figure in oranges & ochre". Also there are some identifiable objects, such as, a mirror, a ruler, envelopes and a vile. "Depression/ The escape, the glamour/ Addiction/ The high, the hysteria/ Emptiness." G Amemiya Kirkman
Number of prints: 2
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Amescua, Michael; Toci; (Jan 14-19 ) 1989; Atelier 13; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 38 1/2" x 25 1/2"; Paper size: 38 1/2" x 25 1/2"
Edition Number: 49/55; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom of image reads: "Michael Amescua, Toci, 49/55". embossed "SHG" on the lower right;

Comments/Description: There is a purple mountain and a blue sky. There is a pregnant anthropomorphic deer skipping from right to left wearing stockings.
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Amescua, Michael; Xólotl; (Jan 2-6) 1990; Atelier 15; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 35" x 22"; Paper size: 35" x 22"
Edition Number: 4/58, 44/58; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom of the image reads: "Michel Amescua, 44/58, Xólotl" Signed;, Inscription in pencil at the bottom reads: "Signature, 4/58 and title" . embossed "SHG" on the lower right;

Comments/Description: Full bleed. Blue abstracted Mayan god with a pink, yellow, red and white floral lace patterned femur. From a blue disc in upper right hand corner the colors yellow and orange ripple outward. "Xolotl guides the sun thru the underworld. Here he is asking, "Who will speak for the animals, will they all drown in mankinds pollution, or will you speak and act now, today, this minute to pick up your own garbage." M. Amescua.
Number of prints: 2
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Amescua, Michael; Mara'akame; (Jan 10-15) 1988; Atelier 11
; Westwinds; Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 40" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom in the blue border reads: "Signature, title and 4/45" . "SHG" chops located in the lower right hand corner ;

Comments/Description: Monotype off metal plates on a royal blue field, deer metamorphosed into a human. "Other shamans dream that someone wants to throw a cloud which will destroy all of the people. All of us will end from this cloud. Others say they dream that a giant animal will fall and, where it falls, everything will burn in a great fire. The only way to stop this is to renew the candles so the gods are contented. The shamans know how; they did this once a very long time ago. Maybe they will do it again, maybe not. They will dream what they have to do." Ulu Temayk, mara'akame (Huichol Shaman).
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Amescua, Michael; Touches The Sky; (April 29-May 4) 1991 ; Atelier 16; Image size: 25 1/2" x 35 1/2"; Paper size: 25 1/2" x 25 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/59; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom reads: "4/59, title and signature" . "SHG" chops located in the lower right corner ;

Comments/Description: Full bleed. Two very abstracted yellow figures with four feathers. There is a yellow-orange mass towards the bottom. There is a 2" tear in the top center.
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Amescua, Michael and Alex Alferov; Untitled; 1995; Atelier 7; poster; Image size: 38" x 25 3/4"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 22/50, 26/50; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :partially Destroyed; Signed. lower left side of print ;

Comments/Description: Alferov's Byzantine Virgin surrounded by Amescua's sculptural symbols and ancient faces giving homage to the Virgin. A blend of Eastern European religious icon in contrast to ancient Aztec anthropological imagery. Dark blues and purple dominate the print. Sensuous yet caring.
Number of prints: 2
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Amescua, Michael; Fire in the Forest; 1996; Atelier 28; poster; Image size: 30" x 26"; Paper size: 36 1/4" x 30"
Edition Number: 16/55, 18/55; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower left;

Comments/Description: Animal sitting on limb facing left with swirls around him. Colors appear to be applied with spray painting. Colors present on this print are: light yellow, foam green, red shade yellow, cerulean and midnight blue, and emerald green.
Number of prints: 2
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Amescua, Michael; Buenos Días; 1994; Image size: 38" x 26"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/68, 20/68; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "4/68, Buenos Dias, Michael Amescua, 94". embossed "SHG" on the bottom right ;

Comments/Description: Image of a hare playing an instrument stepping on a stag (both in brown). Both animals are on an abstract blue, yellow, orange and light green background.
Number of prints: 2
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Amescua, Michael; Día de los Muertos, Announcement Poster for; 1973; Image size: 21 1/4" x 16"; Paper size: 22 1/8" x 17"
Edition Number: unknown ed.; unSigned. stamped on lower left corner: "Silkscreen by / Self-Help Graphics / and Art, Inc.";

Comments/Description: Announcement Poster for "Día de los Muertos." Red, green, and blue colors. On the upper left hand side is a skeleton head outlined in blue ink with its tounge sticking out. Glitter is adhered to the skull's red mouth. Two geometric fields-one red and the other green. On the lower right-hand side it says "Dia De Los Muertos". Lower left corner is stamped with "Silkscreen by Self-Help Graphics and Art, Inc."
Number of prints: 2
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Amos, Things to Come; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 20" x 9 1/2"; Paper size: 22 1/8" x 12"
Edition Number: 4/65, 6/65; Signed;, Inscription in pencil under image reads: "4/65, Amos 99.".


Comments/Description: Image is of a blue cartoon-like creature that is bowling with an ignited canon ball aiming for green glass bottles. The background is yellow with a thinking bubble of an alien/robot demolishing a city. Poster reads "Things to Come...& things that never will be. Prints, Paintings, & Illustrations by: Amos." At bottom of poster in grey reads "March 1999 Delirium-Tremens-1553 Echo x Parque."
Number of prints: 2
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Amos, 98 (degrees) in the Shade; Jan. 6-12, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/50, 6/50; prnt: Amos; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Prints shows el paletero (icecream man) huffing onward w/ achey feet/cloudy head/and running on empty. The blended background gives the illusion of extreme heart. With the sun beating down, symbols surround the figure showing what he is working for, what has been left behind, his hopes and his realities, and what is in the future. Colors used: Blend Orange/Tan, Turquiose Blue, Red Sh. Blue, Yellow, Ochre, Sienna, Magenta, Grey (light), Black, Trans White (t.p.'s only), Trans Black (t.p.'s only).
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Amos, 98 (degrees) in the Shade; Jan. 6-12, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/50, 6/50; prnt: Amos; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Prints shows el paletero (icecream man) huffing onward w/ achey feet/cloudy head/and running on empty. The blended background gives the illusion of extreme heart. With the sun beating down, symbols surround the figure showing what he is working for, what has been left behind, his hopes and his realities, and what is in the future. Colors used: Blend Orange/Tan, Turquiose Blue, Red Sh. Blue, Yellow, Ochre, Sienna, Magenta, Grey (light), Black, Trans White (t.p.'s only), Trans Black (t.p.'s only).
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Ancona Ha, Patricia; Night Vision; ca. 1992; Atelier 14 L.A. Riots; Image size: 24" x 16"; Paper size: 28" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/55, 22/55; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Night Vision, 4/55, Ancona Ha, [chinese symbol]". embossed "SHG" chopmark located below image area;


Comments/Description: A female Goddes in profile surrounded by a dragon-headed snake in a multicolored jungle-like scenario. The goddes is sitting like a Budah on a stone engraved with indigenous symbols. It is night time and we can see the moon and a star.
Number of prints: 2
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Anton, Don; The Single Word; (March) 1983; Atelier 1; Artprint; Image size: 19 1/4" x 19"; Paper size: 23" x 35"
Edition Number: 21/60; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil reads: "21/60, title and signature [illegible]" . Blue "SHG" at the bottom; Fund:partially funded by National Endowment for the Arts and the California Arts Council.;


Comments/Description: Image of a white face with closed eyes and white branches radiating from the face into a blue background. Yellow and orange sporadic lines.
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Arai, Tomie; Double Happiness; November 7-10, 2000; Coventry Rag 290 gms.; Image size: 25" x 31"; Paper size: 30" x 35"
Edition Number: 4/42, 10/42; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "10/42 Double Happiness Arai '00". lower left;


Comments/Description: Image of an Asian woman eating with chopsticks; loteria cards and Japanese 'Hanfuda' playing cards, & map of East L.A. are set against a black background. Double Happiness is a piece about the mix of cultures that make up the East L.A. / Boyle Heights Community. In this piece a young asian woman refelcts while she is eating; the interplay of Japanese Chicano and Chinese from Boyle Heights and Monterey Park are represented through an array of Chicano loteria cards, Japanese 'Hanafuda' cards and Chinese English language flash cards. Colors used: Yellow, Blue, Green, Pink, Red, Black, and Silver.
Number of prints: 2
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Arai, Tomie; Kaeru / Finding Home; May 1-6, 2000; Coventry Rag 290 gms.; Image size: 20 1/8" x 28 1/4"; Paper size: 27 1/8" x 34 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/60, 6/60, 58/60, 60/60; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "60/60 Kaeru/Finding Home Arai '00". lower left.;


Comments/Description: 7 color silkscreen was produced in conjunction with a two month residency at Self-Help Graphics through an Artist & Communities/Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation and NEA grant. In this piece, a young boy is pulling back a screen to reveal an array of images which represent memory and the passage of time. These images form a visual arc or lifeline which flow towards a taiko drum head with rose imprinted on it. The rose (an image symbolic of my stay in East LA) represents the heart and pulse. "KAERU/ FINDING HOME" is a piece which explores the construction of identity through a reconnection with the past. Colors used: Yellow, Gray/Green, Light Gray Green, Blue, Pink, Black, and Yellow/Brown.
Number of prints: 4
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Arai, Tomie; Double Happiness; November 7-10, 2000; Coventry Rag 290 gms.; Image size: 25" x 31"; Paper size: 30" x 35"
Edition Number: 4/42, 10/42; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "10/42 Double Happiness Arai '00". lower left;


Comments/Description: Image of an Asian woman eating with chopsticks; loteria cards and Japanese 'Hanfuda' playing cards, & map of East L.A. are set against a black background. Double Happiness is a piece about the mix of cultures that make up the East L.A. / Boyle Heights Community. In this piece a young asian woman refelcts while she is eating; the interplay of Japanese Chicano and Chinese from Boyle Heights and Monterey Park are represented through an array of Chicano loteria cards, Japanese 'Hanafuda' cards and Chinese English language flash cards. Colors used: Yellow, Blue, Green, Pink, Red, Black, and Silver.
Number of prints: 2
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Arai, Tomie; Kaeru / Finding Home; May 1-6, 2000; Coventry Rag 290 gms.; Image size: 20 1/8" x 28 1/4"; Paper size: 27 1/8" x 34 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/60, 6/60, 58/60, 60/60; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "60/60 Kaeru/Finding Home Arai '00". lower left.;


Comments/Description: 7 color silkscreen was produced in conjunction with a two month residency at Self-Help Graphics through an Artist & Communities/Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation and NEA grant. In this piece, a young boy is pulling back a screen to reveal an array of images which represent memory and the passage of time. These images form a visual arc or lifeline which flow towards a taiko drum head with rose imprinted on it. The rose (an image symbolic of my stay in East LA) represents the heart and pulse. "KAERU/ FINDING HOME" is a piece which explores the construction of identity through a reconnection with the past. Colors used: Yellow, Gray/Green, Light Gray Green, Blue, Pink, Black, and Yellow/Brown.
Number of prints: 4
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Argyropoulos, Maria Antionette; The Labyrinth of the Soul; 1996; Atelier 28; poster; Image size: 21 3/4" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 36/50, 37/50; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: There are two large black tires in this image, one in the bottom center and the other in the upper left-hand corner. Two large images of St. Ludovia and one repetition of St. Ludovia. Type style in orange reads "a" "it" and "L'Unita." Colors include: magenta, yellow, orange, blue, green, and black.
Number of prints: 2
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Arreguin, Alfredo; Encantacion; 1988; National Chicano Screenprint Atelier; Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 40 1/2" x 26 1/4"
Edition Number: 17/60; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the lower right reads: "signature [illegible] and edition".


Comments/Description: Patterned design. The image seems to be a candelabra, with a Mexican eagle in its center. The background is brown with a gold lyrical pattern. Frogs, bird and fish line the fringe.
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Artist Unknown, Mama Said There'd Be Day'z [sic] Like This; n.d.; Image size: 14 7/8" x 21"; Paper size: 19" x 25"
Edition Number: 20/50; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "20/50, 'Mama said there'd be day'z [sic] like this, signature [illegible]".


Comments/Description: On a yellow background there is a black and white image of a group of three women of different generations (one old and two young) and one man. In the right hand side there is an enlarged image of a 'green card' with information related to 'Maria Clara Ramirez' and a picture of a woman and two children. Artist may be Armando Cid?
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Artist Unknown, Monthly Calendar; 1979; Image size: 6 5/8" x 16 1/2"; Paper size: 7" x 17 1/4"
Edition Number: unknown ed.; unsigned. located at bottom of the print, red type reads: "Self-Help Graphics" / and / Art Inc. / 2111 Brooklyn Ave. / Los Angeles, Calif. 90033-264.1259 / 268.2335." ;


Comments/Description: Monthly Calendar. On a green background, the image of a sun is delineated on red ink. Outside of the image area, red type reads: "Tawa, the Sun Kachina." There are two versions of this print: lime green and dark blue in the background.
Number of prints: 4
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Attyah, David "Think Again"; No Bullshit; July 25-27, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/88, 6/88; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: An "invasion" of doorknobs gathering to resist displacement and eviction. "No Seremos Desalojados." Colors used: Fire Red, Orange, Teal, Purple, Dark Purple, Dark Fuscia
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Attyah, David "Think Again"; No Bullshit; July 25-27, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/88, 6/88; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: An "invasion" of doorknobs gathering to resist displacement and eviction. "No Seremos Desalojados." Colors used: Fire Red, Orange, Teal, Purple, Dark Purple, Dark Fuscia
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Audifred, Magda; El Teatro; 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Image size: 24" x 16"; Paper size: 28" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/46, 22/46; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/46, El Teatro, Magda Audifred, M 92" . embossed "SHG" chopmark located below image area;


Comments/Description: An elongated face of an androgynous person wearing a blue shirt with a red collar. A theater-like design is in the upper section of the print and around the person's head. It is not clear whether the person is a cut out paper or three-dimensional.
Number of prints: 2
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Avila Boltuch, Glenna; Plumas Para Paloma; (Mar 20-24) 1989; Atelier 13; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 32 1/2" x 21 1/4"; Paper size: 37" x 26"
Edition Number: 30/64; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "30/64, Glenna Avila". embossed "SHG" on the bottom right;


Comments/Description: The print includes a central figure of a baby (unclothed) laying on a navajo rug with many feathers. The baby is surrounded by five photographs of her grandparents and great grand parents (two photos are of children, two are wedding phots and one is a current photo of her great grandmother). The central area is printed primarily in a variety of grays. The print is bordered by a colorful mexican serape on all four sides.
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Baitlon, Jon; Para Karen, Eastlos; n.d.; Atelier 29-31 #4 & #6; Image size: 26" x 38"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/59, 6/59; Signed.


Comments/Description: Cathedral-like stain glass window with La Virgen de Guadalupe in the center.
Number of prints: 2
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Balboa, Richard; Cordova's Candle; n.d.; studio proof; Image size: 22 1/2" x 16 1/4"; Paper size: 22 1/2" x 16 1/4"
Edition Number: 2/2; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom of the print reads: "Cordovas Candle, s/p, 2/2, R. Balboa [illegible]".


Comments/Description: The mutilated body of a naked woman represents a candle melting. It has no arms and in the place of the head is the wick . The melted wax is red and drips over the yellow body. The background is a bright orange with splashed drips of black.
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Baltazar, Raul and Zack de la Rocha; Culture Of Consumption; (Jun 21-25) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grm.; Image size: 35 1/2" x 26"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 20/56; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Incription in pencil on the bottom reads: "Raul Baltazar, Culture Of Consumption, De La Rocha, 20/56". embossed "SHG" on the bottom right;


Comments/Description: The image is an altar with dollar signs, text, and a television that tops the altar. Text is written by Zack De La Rocha.
Number of prints: 2
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Baray, Samuel A.; Aurora-El Primer Milagro del Día; (Mar 8-15) 1994; Atelier 24; Image size: 27" x 42"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/58, 20/58; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the black black border within the image reads: "4/58, Aurora El Primer Milagro Del Dia, S A Baray, 1994". embossed "SHG" on the black border within the image on the lower left.;


Comments/Description: Central female bust in a colorful costume. Her hands are brown with green triangles on the palms. She is in a smaller frame within a larger round topped frame. This outer frame is decorated with gold trimming. Flowers and plants emerge from behind the smaller inner frame. The background is a radiant blue. Finally, this composition is surrounded by a wide black border.
Number of prints: 2
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Baray, Samuel A.; Advenimiento de Primavera; (Feb 5-9) 1990; Atelier 15; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 34" x 23 1/2"; Paper size: 36 3/4" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/79, 18/79, 47/79; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :stored by artist; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "Advenimiento De Primavera, 47/79, S.A. Baray, 1990". embossed "SHG" on the lower right within the image;


Comments/Description: Large female figure dressed in an ornate dress in blue, brown, and pink. In her left hand she is holding blue rosary beads and with her right hand she is propping up an elaborate spray of pink flowers which produce a halo effect. She is surrounded by tropical growth and religious cross. A woman with a maroon, blue and pink dress in the center ground embracing the surrounding green leaves. Pink and white callalilies. Fifteen colors.
"The arrival of Spring. Ancient and contemporary Angels of Los Angeles. There are very few angels that sing." S. Baray.
Number of prints: 3
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Baray, Samuel A.; Santuario; (March 3-13) 1987; Atelier 9; Westwinds; Image size: 35 1/2" x 19 3/4"; Paper size: 40" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/46; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below image area reads: "4/46, title, signature and date" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Floral arrangement of saturated colors on a black and maroon background.
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Baray, Samuel A.; Señora en su jardín--Harvest; 1996; Atelier 9; poster; Image size: 16 1/4" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 40/59, 44/59; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx : Destroyed; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Depiction of a woman with braids working. Abstract scenery which appears to be surrounded by flowers. One of the prints is in dark green, lavender, and light green, while the other print is deep blue, bright orange, and off-white. Next to the edition number reads "Var."
Number of prints: 2
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Baray, Samuel A.; Virgen de la Guarda; 1997; Atelier 30; Image size: 26 1/4" x 19 7/8"; Paper size: 30 3/8" x 24"
Edition Number: 4/54; prnt: José Alpuche; Signed. lower left corner;


Comments/Description: Woman with elaborate head-dress containing eagles, faces, and sun rays protects a village. Jagged edges with black background.
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Bautista, Vincent; Ethereal Mood; (Dec 3 ) 1993; Atelier 25 (Special Project); Coventry Rag 290 grms.; Image size: 16" x 24"; Paper size: 17 7/8'' x 26"
Edition Number: 4/74, 20/74; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "4/74, Etheral Mood, Bautista, 93" . embossed "SHG" on the lower left;


Comments/Description: An angel sitting on a rock with ribbon flowing. Also, three winged hearts coming towards the angel.
Number of prints: 2
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Bautista, Vincent; Calavera's In Black Tie; (Oct 30-Nov 3) 1989; Atelier 14; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 36" X 24 1/2"; Paper size: 38 1/2" X 26 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/55, 18/55; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "Title, 4/55, signature and 89" Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "Calavera's In Black Tie, 18/55, Bautista, 89". "SHG" embossed insignia located in the lower right corner;


Comments/Description: Three calaveras wearing black ties and tux in the foreground. Red, yellow, green, purple, and white abstracted background with crosses and little calaveras.
Number of prints: 2
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Bautista, Vincent; Imágenes De La Frontera: El Coyote; 1992; Image size: 16 1/4" x 24 1/4"; Paper size: 20" x 28"
Edition Number: 4/56; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Imágenes de la frontera: 'El Coyote', 4/56, Bautista 92". "SHG" embossed chopmark located at the botom right of the print;


Comments/Description: Enlarged face of a coyote wearing a suit and whose tongue has become the U.S.A. flag. There are several dollar bills in his pocket and a skeleton pin in his suit. In the background, there is a gray fence against a dark sky with a sun or a moon.
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Bert, Guillermo; ...And His Image Was Multiplied...; (Jan 22-26) 1990; Atelier 14; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 35 1/2" X 24 1/2"; Paper size: 37 1/2" X 26"
Edition Number: 5/55, 16/55; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "4/55, signature and 90" Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "16/55, Giullermo Bert/90". "SHG embossed insignia" located in the lower left corner underneath the image;


Comments/Description: Six collaged images. Four photo-silkscreened, large 1 1/2" letters at the bottom. Colors are magenta, red, black, gold, green, blue, yellow, and white. Center blue television has an image of "The Creation," Michelangelo's Sistene Chapel's forearms, two fingers touching. There also is a negative image of agricultural workers from the Phillipines on a light green background. "The print is called...AND HIS image was multiplied...and is referred to the alienation that the people who live in a super metropolis experience. Human beings are separated from a direct contact with nature. The 'her son' became a mere reflection of self, these entities are defined by the image of them within the little box of a television set." G. Bert.
Number of prints: 2
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Bert, Guillermo; Dilemma In Color; (Nov 16-21) 1987; Atelier 10; Westwinds; Image size: 34 1/2" x 23 1/2"; Paper size: 26" x 40"
Edition Number: 4/49; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil at the bottom below image area reads: "4/49, signature and title" . "SHG" chops located in the right hand corner outside the image ;


Comments/Description: A dual image of a sitting man with a background of TV screens and power lines embedded in brilliant colors. "The ambivalence of thoughts amid the strong influence of television and the hidden energy that makes it possible. The conflict is intensified by the agressive, brilliant colors.
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Boccaccio, Poupée; El Político; 1993; Images Of The Future; Image size: 22 1/8" x 16" ; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/79, 14/79; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/79, El Politico, Paupée? Boccaccio? [illegible], '93". embossed "SHG" insignia located in lower left corner;


Comments/Description: An abstract figure of a person, arm extended holding a saxophone, wearing a crown, is the primary image amongst a black background with wavy blue, yellow, and pink lines. The figure is standing on a blue circle outlined in pink as if it is the spotlight or stage on which the figure performs.
Number of prints: 2
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Boccalero, Sister Karen; Without; (March) 1983; Atelier 1; Image size: 19" x 25 1/4"; Paper size: 23" x 35"
Edition Number: 52/60; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Unknown; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "52/60, '83 without, SKB.". Blue "SHG" at the bottom; Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.;


Comments/Description: Text reads: "There were seven sins in the world. Wealth without work, Pleasure without conscience, Knowledge without character, Commerce without morality, Science without humanity, Worship without scrifice, and Politics without principle. Mahatma Ghandi."
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Boccalero, Sister Karen; In Our Rememberance In Our Resurrection; (Dec 10-11) 1983; Atelier 11; Artprint 25% rag; Image size: 21 3/4" x 24 3/4"; Paper size: 22" x 34 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/77; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :custody of the artist; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom "4/77, title, signature and '83." . Yellow "SHG" located at the bottom; Fund:partially funded by Atlantic Richfield Foundation.;


Comments/Description: Abstracted gold, magenta, and blue design on a white and yellow background.
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Bojórquez, Chaz; New World Order ; (Jun. 28-July 2) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290; Image size: 33 1/2'' x 26"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/60, 20/60; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom of image reads: "4/60, New World Order, Chaz Bojorquez, 94". embossed "SHG" on the lower left;


Comments/Description: "Dark grafitti conquistador names over image of Aztec "Stella" (carved painted wood sculpture by artist). Colors are monocromatic black, white, silver. Roll call of conquistadors: Cristobal Colon with Christian cross, Cortez, Cabeza De Vaca, Alvarado, Cordoba, Ferny, Izzy, Año Loco, XIV92, c/s, por Dios y oro. Stella: Religion, ritual, language, numbers, male, female, architecture, city states, God. Division of World: E/P (España, Portugal), V'Papa (Varrio Pope), V'España, V'Portugal, V'France, V'E. Unidos (Varrio United States)."
Number of prints: 2
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Bojórquez, Chaz; L.A. Mix; 1997; Atelier 30; Image size: 30" x 24"; Paper size: 36" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/58; prnt: José Alpuche; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Gold skull smiling with gold and red-purple frills surrounding "L.A." which is written on the lower right corner.
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Boltuch, Glenna; (title unknown); (March 3-6) 1986; Atelier 7; Accent 290 gram - white; Image size: 32" x 21"; Paper size: 38" x 25"
Edition Number: 4/45, 43/45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom reads: "4/45 and signature." . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Child with dolls on a silver background.
Number of prints: 2
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Botello, Paul J.; Draw; (July 01-05) 1991; Atelier 21; Westwinds; Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 40" x 28"
Edition Number: 16/66; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "16/66, Draw, Paul J. Botello, 1991. embossed "SHG" on the lower right;


Comments/Description: "The central character is a head of an Aztec queen connected at the hip to a spanish king. 1/2 of a man's body is joined by a ribbon to 1/2 a woman's body [--] Both are seen from the back."
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Botello, David (Rivas); Long Life To The Creative Force; (Feb 13-19) 1989; Westwind (heavyweigt); Image size: 23 5/8" x 36"; Paper size: 25 1/2" x 38 1/4"
Edition Number: 34/61; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil at the bottom reads: "34/61, Long Life To The Creative Force, copyright 89, David Botello". embossed "SHG" at the bottom right;


Comments/Description: "The image focuses on three figures rendered with ink and brush, scratching and china marker on mylar sheeting. The edges of the artwork are free form with rounded corners. An elder sit[s] in meditation in the center, holding a heart in large hands, and is surrounded by swirls of green feathers which are part of a plumed serpent who wants to gobble the heart. Behind, looking forward, is a large night cat with a skull mask on it's [sic] face."
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Botello, Paul J.; Reconstruction; (Nov 27-Dec 1) 1989; Atelier 14; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 36" X 24"; Paper size: 38" X 26 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/56, 41/56; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image reads: "4/56, title, signature and 89" Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom of print reads: "41/56, Reconstruction, Paul J. Botello, 89". "SHG embossed insignia" located in the lower right corner of the image;


Comments/Description: Three geometric heads with multicolored hatching. One with sunglasses. Three female torsos in motion. A reclining figure on top of the black and orange head. A cracked woman's face is part of the sunglassed figure's chest. "The piece is about the reconstruction of man with the help of a woman. Time swings back and forth, half man, half skeleton. The pregnant woman lying down shackled is reference to the responsibility of motherhood." Paul Botello.
Number of prints: 2
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Botello, Paul J.; Inner Nature; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 30 1/2" x 23 5/8"; Paper size: 38 1/8" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/75, 'Inner Nature', Paul Botello 99." . embossed "SHG" insignia at lower left-hand corner of poster;


Comments/Description: Centered on the poster is an image of a man and a woman surrounded by animals, two trees at opposite ends, and nopales in the foreground. The image is created by sun rays coming from the woman's praying hands.
Number of prints: 2
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Brehn, Qathryn; Untitled; (Feb 16-20) 1986; Atelier 7; Accent 290 gram - white; Image size: 24" x 36 1/4"; Paper size: 24 1/4" x 36 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription on the right side of the image in sky area reads: "4/45 and signature" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Collage of downtown Los Angeles. Image on a floating triangle.
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Calderón, Rudy; Earth's Prayer; 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Image size: 23 7/8" x 15 7/8"; Paper size: 28" x 20"
Edition Number: 22/61; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "22/61, 'Earth's Prayer', Calderón, 92". embossed "SHG" insignia located at the lower left corner outside image area;


Comments/Description: Landscape image of the top of a mountain resembling a human profile pointing towards the sky. A big white bird is flying against a sunset background with some smoke and clouds.
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Calderón, Alfredo; Manto a Tamayo; 1995; Atelier 26; poster; Image size: 38" x 26 1/4"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 16/55; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Manto a Tamayo is in homage to Maestro Rufino Tamayo. As master, Tamayo brought painting to its most ephemeral intensity. The central figure wears a Tehuana costume from Oaxaca and ascends to a cosmic realm facing one of Tamayo's works of the separation of night and day and arched with Mayan architecture with Frida's tropical monkeys.
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Calderón, Rudy; Omnipresence; 1996; Atelier 28; poster; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 38/65, 39/65; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Landscape with arched ocean horizon, parting clouds, blue sky, and five pointed swirling star. Colors that predominate are: magenta, cyan, green shade yellow, violet, ultramarine, and pearl white.
Number of prints: 2
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Calderón, Rudy; Manifestations Of Trinity; (Dec 7-11) 1987; Atelier 10; Westwinds; Image size: 24 1/2" x 36 1/2"; Paper size: 26" x 37 5/8"
Edition Number: 4/55; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom below the image area reads: "4/55, title, signature and 87" . "SHG" chops located in the lower right hand corner ;


Comments/Description: Three figures in primary colors emerging from a mountain range. "Manifestation of Trinity is an attempt to portray analogies between the ancient and universal concept of Trinity and recognizable manifestations in life that are triple in nature, the three primary colors from which all other colors emerge, and the family unit of father, mother and child from which all nations take form. Spirit endows matter with dynamic conscious life." R. Calderon.
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Calvano, Mario ; Portrait Of The Artist's Mother; ca. 1991; Image size: 39 1/2" x 24 1/8"; Paper size: 41 1/2" x 26 1/4"
Edition Number: 35/58, 39/58; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "35/58, 'Portrait of the Artist's Mother', Mari Cabamo [illegible] " . embossed "SHG" insignia located in lower right corner, outside of image area;


Comments/Description: Portrait of a smiling woman in a light green and blue dress. In the foreground is an antique record player, a skull wearing a diadem of roses, and groupings of calla lilies that lead to the upper part of the image where two black silhouettes resemble the scene from Michelangelo's "Adam's Creation." Below image area, uppercase black lettering reads: "Lovedarlings."
Number of prints: 2
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Cardenas, Cristina; La Virgen De Los Pescados; (Feb 11-July 11) 1993; Atelier 23; Coventry Rag 290 grms.; Image size: 23" x 34"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/57, 20/57; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/57, C Cardenas, 93." And in ink within the image the title reads: "La Virgen De Los Pescados". embossed "SHG" on lower left;


Comments/Description: "Woman with flowers and fishes looking at you." Colors are: gold, light brown, dark brown, white, dark blue, aqua blue, ultra blue, brown, yellow orange, majenta, cyan blue, and yellow.
Number of prints: 2
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Cardenas, Mari; (title unknown); (title unknown); (Nov 4-5) 1983; Atelier 2; Artprint 25% Rag Archival; Image size: 18 1/2" x 24 1/2"; Paper size: 22" x 34"
Edition Number: 4/77; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom reads: "4/77 and signature". Cerise "SHG" located at the bottom; Fund:partially funded by the Atlantic Richfield Foundation.;


Comments/Description: Six color print: two greys, green, magenta. Cerise and yellow bird.
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Cardenas, Cristina; Santa/Maguey; March 20-24, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 20" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/77, 6/77; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Colors used: Light Yellow, Red Orange, Thalo Blue, Purple, Transparent Orange, Gold, Mid-T-Yellow, Off Whie, T-Sienna, T-Red Black, Dark Burgundy.
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Cardenas, Cristina; Santa/Maguey; March 20-24, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 20" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/77, 6/77; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Colors used: Light Yellow, Red Orange, Thalo Blue, Purple, Transparent Orange, Gold, Mid-T-Yellow, Off Whie, T-Sienna, T-Red Black, Dark Burgundy.
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Carrasco, Barbara--Roberto Delgado, Richard Duardo, Diane Gamboa and Eduardo Oropeza; Atelier III, Announcement Poster for; ca. 1984; Atelier 3; Somerset 320 gram 100% Rag; Image size: 22" x 32"; Paper size: 29" x 40"
Edition Number: unknown ed.; unSigned.


Comments/Description: Announcement Poster for "Atelier III, Spring 1984: Carrasco, Delgado, Duardo, Gamboa, Oropeza. Self-Help Graphics And Art Inc., East Los Angeles, California." Collage of images by the artists participating in Atelier III. On the left hand side of the print there is a fragmented image of the singer Boy George. The bottom image is a brush by Barbara Carrasco.
Number of prints: 2
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Carrasco, Barbara; Self Portrait; (Feb 24-Mar 1) 1984; Atelier 3; Somerset 320 gram 100% Rag Archival; Image size: 23" x 34 1/2"; Paper size: 28" x 40"
Edition Number: 2/70, 11/70; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "2/70, title and signature" .


Comments/Description: Light blue grid background. White paint roller. Large green paint brush. Female figure with a green to white #2 t-shirt. Atelier information on the back.
Number of prints: 2
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Carrasco, Barbara; Negativity Attracts; (March 26-30) 1990; Atelier 15; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 36" X 24"; Paper size: 40" X 26"
Edition Number: 4/62, 16/66; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/62, title, signature and 90" Signed;, Incription in pencil below the image reads: "16/66, Negativity Attracts, Carrasco, 90. "SHG" embossed insignia located in the lower left corner;


Comments/Description: Two faces facing towards each other. Pink face with the open eye. Turquoise face w/ closed eye. "The print is the result of minimalizing detail work in order to focus more closely on color and content (form). Negativity, attracts & reflects male-female relationships after seen as conflicting yet attracting because of, or in spite of differences." B. Carrasco.
Number of prints: 2
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Carrasco, Barbara; Dolores; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 26" x 18"; Paper size: 30 1/8" x 22"
Edition Number: 4/66, 6/66; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/66, Dolores, Carrasco '99.".


Comments/Description: Close-up portrait "pays tribute to the indefatigable UFW Vice-President, Dolores Huerta." She is wearing a pink shirt with a button saying "¡Si Se Puede!" which "reflects the clarity and power of Huerta's non-violent politics of social change." The background is aquagreen with 'Dolores' in pink block lettering at top of image. --Maestras Atelier XXXIII 1999.
Number of prints: 2
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Carrasco, Barbara; Primas; April 18-20, 2001; Maestras II; Coventry Rag, 290 grms.; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/62, 6/62; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; signed. in lower left;


Comments/Description: Portrait of the artist's daughter and niece in an embrace, surrounded by a braid (trensa) showering hearts around the portraits. The trensa represents the older women in the lives of the young girls, nurturing their love for each other and themselves as strong and independent females. The trensa also symbolizes traditional values and customs and rituals. Colors used: Peach, Skin-Beige, Skin-LT. Brown, Lime Green, Turquoise, Purple, and Clear.
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Carrasco, Barbara; Primas; April 18-20, 2001; Maestras II; Coventry Rag, 290 grms.; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/62, 6/62; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; signed. in lower left;


Comments/Description: Portrait of the artist's daughter and niece in an embrace, surrounded by a braid (trensa) showering hearts around the portraits. The trensa represents the older women in the lives of the young girls, nurturing their love for each other and themselves as strong and independent females. The trensa also symbolizes traditional values and customs and rituals. Colors used: Peach, Skin-Beige, Skin-LT. Brown, Lime Green, Turquoise, Purple, and Clear.
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Carrillo, Juan M.; Imagenes De Ayer ; 1987; Image size: 15" x 21"; Paper size: 19" x 25"
Edition Number: 20/50; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Juan M. Carrillo, Oct., '87." .


Comments/Description: On a light grey background there are several images resembling enlarged 'Kodak' negative film and 'Ektachrome' slides. The images from left to right and top to bottom are: "Juan Cervantes / Southside Park / Mural / August, 1977"; "Rudy / Día del Barrio / Oakland / Oct., '78"; "Stan / Día de los Muertos / St. Mary's Cemetary [sic] / Sacramento / Nov., 1977"; "Richard / 16th. of September / Centro de artistas / 1977"; "Jose / March on Gallo / Modesto / 3/75"; "Esteban / at the Centro / 1978"; "Ishi & Gina / Centro Retreat / Lake Tahoe / 10/77"; "me / Fort Bnnag / Sept., 1977"; "Louie's Birthday / Centro de Artistas Chicanos / August, 1976"; "Armando / Centro de Artistas Chicanos' / Mercado / June, 1975"; Irma / at home / May, 1976."
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Castillo, Mario; Resistance To Cultural Death, An Affirmation Of My Past; (July 18-23) 1988; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 36" x 24"
Edition Number: 17/60; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :in possession of the artist; Signed;, Incription in pencil within the image: "17/60, Resistance to Cultural Death, An Affirmation Of My Past" and "Castillo, 88 [illegible]" in blue ink within the image on lower right. embossed "SHG" on the bottom right;


Comments/Description: The image is dense with elements, some of which are: parallel vertical yellow stripes; step pattern in lower half; white/black skull in circle with rising undulating serpent; face behind skull and lines; floating triangles; additional geometric forms.
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Cepeda, Manuel; Buenos Días; 1993; Atelier 14 ; poster; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 8/64; Signed. lower right corner;


Comments/Description: Two graduates wearing black mortarboards stand in the center of this print holding an oversized diploma. At their feet are scattered a number of open books. The trunks of the trees are pencils. Fields, clouds, and blue sky are the backdrop. A rooster standing on a wooden stump is in the lower left hand corner of the image. Text in gold and white reads "8th Annual Conference California's Heritage. 'Setting the Agenda for Latino Leadership in Eduation.' September 23-26, 1993 Mission in Riverside, California. Hispanic Caucus of the California School Boards Association."
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Cepeda, Armando; Una noche en Tejas; 1997; Atelier 30; Image size: 16 7/8" x 23"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/65, 6/65; prnt: José Alpuche; Signed.


Comments/Description: Couples dancing with band in background and bar.
Number of prints: 2
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Cervantes, Juan; De Colores; 1987; Image size: 15" x 21" ; Paper size: 19" x 25"
Edition Number: 20/50; Signed;, Inscription below image area reads: "Juan Cervantes, 1987, (c).". located on the background there is the RCAF symbol. In the lower right hand side, ink type reads: "Juan Cervantes, (c) 1987, RCAF.";


Comments/Description: The composition is diagonal and shows two groups of images. The upper section shows two men; one of them is an indigenous person. The background depicts Aztec pyramids on right hand side, and contemporary buildings on left hand side. The lower section of composition shows a group of school children. The background is red.
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Cervántez, Yreina D.; El Pueblo Chicano Con El Pueblo Centroamericano; 1986; Atelier 7; Accent 290 gram-white; Image size: 24" x 37"; Paper size: 25" x 38"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "4/45, date and signature" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Freeway underpass with Mesoamerican motifs and Chicano iconography.
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Cervántez, Yreina D.; Danza Ocelotl; 1983; Atelier 1; Artprint 25% rag; Image size: 22" x 34"; Paper size: 22" x 34"
Edition Number: 18/60; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "18/60 and signature" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Female face image made up of different icons: the nose is a jaguar, cheeks are skulls and hearts, red lips, green background, and a black border with nine yellow jaguars.
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Cervántez, Yreina D.; Mujer de Mucha Enagua: Pa' ti Xicana; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 17 7/8" x 26"; Paper size: 22" x 30 1/8"
Edition Number: 4/60, 6/60; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/60, 'Mujer de Mucha Enagua': Pa' ti Xicana, Yreina D. Cervántez.". embossed "SHG" insignia on lower left-hand corner of poster;


Comments/Description: To the right of the poster is a black and white photograph of a woman on Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz's nunnery dress. A Popul Vuh excerpt, "Nahuatl and Mayan Pre-Colombian glyphs address female experiences and texts from Sor Juana and Rosario Castellanos revail a lineage of female struggle and accomplishment continued in both the women of the Zapatista National Liberation Army and Xicanas"--Maestras Atelier XXXIII 1999.
Number of prints: 2
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Cervántez, Yreina D. and Leo Limón; Estrella Of The Dawn; (Aug 29-Sept 2) 1988; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 40" x 26"
Edition Number: 17/60; prnt: Raul Castillo (Rolo); mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom of the print reads: "17/60, Estrella Of The Dawn, Yreina D. Cervantez y Limón -Dos De Los- '88". embossed "SHG" on the lower right side;


Comments/Description: "Cat at bottom, bird on top, open lozenge in center, corazón at upper left, people running, barbed wire in center." The major colors are: green, orange, yellow, dark blue, and light blue. Colors used: transparent red, light blue/dark blue split ftn (sic.), transparent yellow, red violet, lime green ,yellow orange, red, prussion (sic.) blue, blue green, orange yellow, transp. brown/deep red, split ftn. (sic.)
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Cervántez, Yreina D.; Victoria Ocelotl; (Dec 4-10) 1983; Atelier 2; Artprint 25% Rag; Image size: 18" x 24"; Paper size: 22" x 34"
Edition Number: 4/77; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "4/77, 12-83, title and signature" . "SHG" logo below the image area in purple; Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.;


Comments/Description: Brown, blue, dark purple, green, gold, ochre, black background. Images of guns, helicopters, a sphere, and black glitter animals.
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Cervántez, Yreina D.; Camino Largo; (Feb 6-Mar 27) 1985; Atelier 5; Stonehenge 320 gram-white; Image size: 37" x 24 1/2"; Paper size: 41 3/4" x 28 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/88, 35/88, 50/88; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "4/88, title, signature and '88" Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "Camino Large, 50/88, Yreina D. Cervantez, 85".


Comments/Description: Central figure of a light-radiating individual with outstretched arms and large exposed heart. At the figure's right side a devilish cat snarles with sharp fangs and claws. At the figure's left are two drama masks, one yellow and one white, which are set between three burning candles. At the figure's feet are three portraits of an old woman holding a gun. Surrounding the outside of the poster are small gold figures. Text in Spanish at the top of the poster.
"Multiple human images juxtaposed on a multicolored textured field, with lettering at the top of the piece." (original cataloger note)
Number of prints: 4
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Cervántez, Yreina D.; La Noche Y Los Amantes; 1987; Atelier 9; Westwinds; Image size: 25 1/2" x 19 1/2"; Paper size: 25 1/2" x 19 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription located at the bottom of image area reads: "4/45, title, date and signature" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Fantasy images on a purple/magenta background. Frida Kahlo, jaguar and calaveras.
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Chamberlin, Ann; Stadium; (Feb 21-26) 1988; Atelier 11; Westwinds; Image size: 35" x 23"; Paper size: 35" x 23"
Edition Number: 4/46; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in faint pencil located at the bottom reads: "4/46, Stadium and signature" . "SHG" chops located in the lower right corner ; Fund:funded by the California Arts Council, Self-Help Graphics, the National Endowment for the Arts Visual Arts program.;


Comments/Description: Full Bleed. Image of seven male military figures: two are on stilts; one is balancing on a beam; one is on a table waving a red cape like a bullfighter; one is smoking a cigarette; and two are chatting.
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Chamberlin, Vibiana Aparicio; La Chola Blessed Mother; 1998; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 19 2/8" x 15 7/8"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/60, 6/60; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/60, La Chola Blessed Mother, Vibiana-Aparicio Chamberlin.". embossed "SGH" insignia at lower left-hand corner beneath image.;


Comments/Description: Colorful cartoon-like figure of a chola with two green reptiles crawling down the side of her face. The background is composed of stars and Lotería cards such as la Vibora, el Diablo, el Payaso, and la Sirena.
Number of prints: 2
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Charette, Damian; Many Horses; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 24 6/8" x 16 1/2"; Paper size: 30 1/8" x 22"
Edition Number: 4/69, 6/69; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/69, Many Horses, Damian Charette 99 ©.". embossed "SHG" insignia at lower left hand corner of poster;


Comments/Description: Picture is of an indigenous woman standing to the right of the poster. She is wearing a purple skirt with moon and stars, and a white top with stars lined across her chest. There are three horses: a shadow, an outline, and a complete horse. The background is blue and the foreground is green grass.
Number of prints: 2
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Charette, Damien; Bone Yard; February 15-17, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 13"; Paper size: 19" x 22"
Edition Number: 4/91, 6/91; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed ex. black; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: AZ sunset with old cars. Colors used: Blend (purple, red, yellow), Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, and Black.
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Charette, Damien; Bone Yard; February 15-17, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 13"; Paper size: 19" x 22"
Edition Number: 4/91, 6/91; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed ex. black; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: AZ sunset with old cars. Colors used: Blend (purple, red, yellow), Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, and Black.
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Chavez, Roberto; Jueves; ca. 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Image size: 21" x 16 1/4"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/70, 22/70; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Jueves, 4/70, Chavez? [illegible]". embossed "SHG" chopmark in lower right corner;


Comments/Description: The back view of a child in a scene of flames, fire, and what looks like broken pieces of glass.
Number of prints: 2
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Colacion, Lawrence; Veterano; 1995; poster; Image size: 38" x 26"; Paper size: 44" x30"
Edition Number: 40/48, 42/48; prnt: José Alpuche; Signed. bottom left corner under edition number;


Comments/Description: Drawing of a man wearing a blue bandana and a white sleeveless shirt tucked into blue slacks. His arms are outstretched with is palms turned upward. The background is surrounded by gold and blue stripes.
Number of prints: 2
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Cook, Ashley; "I Will Never Be Satisfied, Will I Ever Be Satisfied?"; 1994; Image size: 21 1/4" x 24 1/2" ; Paper size: 38 1/2" x 29 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/66, 20/66; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the print reads: "4/66 'I will never be satisfied, will I ever be satisfied ?', Ashley Cook, '94".


Comments/Description: The image is a game board with 100 squares with a black and blue/green checkered pattern. Five women, four nude, are displayed on the board with snakes and ladders.
Number of prints: 2
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Cooling, Janet L.; The World Is On Hard; 1993; Images Of The Future; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/78, 14/78; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/78, The World Is On Hard, J.[illegible] L. Cooling, 1993". embossed "SHG" insignia located in the lower left corner outside image area;


Comments/Description: The central figure is an oversized rabbit--as if a genetic experiment gone wrong. The scene is a meeting of science fiction and industrialization. Factories emit smoke. A dinosaur smaller than the rabbit is running is the foreground. U.F.O.'s shine streams of light upon the city. In one stream of light a realistic looking heart is being taken from the land below. Two strips of words which look like they are cut out of newspapers state, "The worlds the" and "The world's on hard."
Number of prints: 2
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Coronado, Sam; The Struggle; (Apr 22-26) 1991; Atelier 16; Stonehenge (heavyweight); Image size: 36" x 26"; Paper size: 38 1/2'' x 28 1/2"
Edition Number: 14/65; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "Sam Coronado, The Struggle, 14/65". embossed "SHG" located at the right hand corner of paper;


Comments/Description: "Dark figure with serpent entwined with moon in background." The major colors are: green and purple.
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Coronado, Pepe; Bailando Con el Sol; 1996; Atelier 29; poster; Image size: 22" x 15"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 52/62, 54/62; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower left corner;


Comments/Description: The earth, an emotional human figure with decorative tribal design, sunrays and the sun. Quote from Certificate of Authenticity reads "When the sun's rays touch a human being it transmits energy, that is generally manifested in happiness and positive energy." Colors: red, green, orange, light green cream for the background.
Number of prints: 2
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Cortéz, Xavier; $.$.$ American Güey Of Life; 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Image size: 24 1/8" x 18 1/8"; Paper size: 26 1/4" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/55, 22/55; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "$.$.$ American Güey Of Life, 4/55, X. Cortéz, .92" . "SHG" embossed chopmark located on bottom right of the print;


Comments/Description: The Statue of Liberty rendered in red and black and carrying a pack an waht looks like a paper in her hands. Underneath it, three images depict dollar bills, human shaped targets, and abstract images and shapes.
Number of prints: 2
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Costa, Sam; Media Madness; 1983; Atelier 1; Artprint; Image size: 19" x 25"; Paper size: 23" x 35"
Edition Number: 12/60; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil "12/60, title and illegible signature" . Blue "SHG" located at the bottom; Fund:funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the California Arts Councils.;


Comments/Description: Red, yellow, blue, tints and shades of all three colors on a white background. Abstracted collage effect with torn book pages and folded color relief.
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Crute, Jerolyn; The Key; July 20, 23, and 24, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/89, 6/89; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Four adult figures plus one child pushing against green man with City Hall in his pocket. Two figures holding house with large key hole. Key up in the air between reaching hands with sky background. Colors used: Golden Yellow, Light Brown, Brown, Cyan, Red, Dark Brown.
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Crute, Jerolyn; The Key; July 20, 23, and 24, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/89, 6/89; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Four adult figures plus one child pushing against green man with City Hall in his pocket. Two figures holding house with large key hole. Key up in the air between reaching hands with sky background. Colors used: Golden Yellow, Light Brown, Brown, Cyan, Red, Dark Brown.
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Cruz, Manuel Gomez; Barrio Flag; 1996; poster; Image size: 25 7/8" x 38"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 50/57, 52/57; prnt: José Alpuche; Signed. lower left corner near edition number;


Comments/Description: Drawing of a brown eagle with outstretched wings. Above the eagle is a red star-shaped image. Below the eagle's fanned tail is a green wreath with four outstretched arms touching a book. Below in a gold banner reads "Barrios United is Peace and Power." Below text is a red bar with a black cross on either end of the bar.
Number of prints: 2
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Cuaron, Mita; Virgen de la Sandía; 1996; Atelier 29; poster; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 26/63, 28/63; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A nude woman centers the print. She is surrounded by a watermelon with red, orange, yellow, and white glow. She is standing on a crescent-shaped object of what appears to be a peach colored moon. Surrounding the scene is a midnight blue sky with golden stars.
Number of prints: 2
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Cuellar, Rodolfo; Artist's Daughters Gema Y Perla; n.d.; Image size: 15" x 21"; Paper size: 19" x 25"
Edition Number: 27/50; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "R.O. Cuellar".


Comments/Description: Enlarged photographic images of two little girls looking at the viewer in a frontal position. The background is a gradation of violet.
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Davis, Alonzo; Act On It; (Mar 5-14) 1985; Atelier 5; Stonehenge 320 grams - white; Image size: 24" x 36"; Paper size: 24" x 36"
Edition Number: 4/88,30/88, 35/88; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the magenta area reads: "4/88, title and signature" Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the image surface on the bottom reads: "30/88, Act On It, Alonzo Davis".


Comments/Description: The word VOTE on yellow, red, orange ochre background. Small photographic image in center of O. The "Vote Series" is a group of paintings and prints that emphasize the vote. The artist created apathy on the part of many of our citizens. He was born in the south when the right to vote was denied to his family because of their race. "Many people...particularly in the south have made great sacrifices to assure the right to vote for all people, and the 'Voter Series' is intended to be a nonpartisan motivator and consciousness raiser for all citizens."
Number of prints: 3
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Davis, Alonzo; King Melon; (Jan 19-23) 1987; Atelier 9; Westwinds; Image size: 36" x 23 3/4"; Paper size: 36" x 23 3/4"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "4/45, King Melon, signature and '87" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Textured field of blue, peach, green, red and pastel orange with arrows and watermelon. Full bleed.
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Davis, Alonzo; Now Is The Time; 1988; Atelier 11; Image size: 36" x 25"; Paper size: 40" x 26 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/55; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom of the image area reads: "4/55, title, signature and date" . "SHG" chops located in the lower left hand corner;


Comments/Description: Multicolored postage stamp image that reads: "VOTE." "The print emphasizes the power and impact of the right to vote. This print is to raise the consciousness of the Jesse Jackson Presidential Campaign." A. Davis.
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De Batuc, Alfredo; Emiliano con suecos; (June 21-25) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grms.; Image size: 36 7/8" x 24"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/62, 20/62; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "Emiliano con suecos, 20/62, debatuc, 1994". embossed "SHG" on the lower left;


Comments/Description: "Emiliano Zapata, after one of his most famous photographic portraits, holding an umbrella instead of a rifle, and naked from the waste down and wearing wooden clogs. Surrounded by text in English and Spanish that read: Stock Cultural Images and Symbols; Cultural and Political Symbols that are Easily Recognizable; Unfortunately Overuse Has Rendered Many Of These Symbols Inane." Main colors are yellow, red and light blue.
Number of prints: 2
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De Batuc, Alfredo; Seven Views Of City Hall; (Jan 13-16) 1987; Atelier 9; Westwinds; Image size: 24" x 36"; Paper size: 26" x 40"
Edition Number: 12/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "12/45, title, signature and '87" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Los Angeles City Hall in the center surrounded by six small City Halls in ovals.
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De Batuc, Alfredo; Día de los Muertos 79, Announcement Poster for; ca. 1979; Image size: 15" x 22 1/4"; Paper size: 19" x 25"
Edition Number: unknown ed.; Signed;, Inscription in blue ink below image area reads: "debatuc".


Comments/Description: A male skeleton in a green and red shirt is holding a 'XX' can of beer. A female skeleton in a red, non-sleeved dress is wearing hoop earrings. They are smiling, holding each other's waist, and dancing against an oval composition consisting of a moon, a sun, and a starry night. Above them, a banner in red-white-green reads: "Viva la vida / viva el amor / muera la muerte" The four corners of the larger composition present one skull each with specific symbols for the seasons, described in individual banners: flowers for "Primavera"; leaves for "Verano"; corn for "Otoño", and snow balls for "Invierno".
Number of prints: 2
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De la Loza, Ernesto; Siqueiros, Announcement Poster for; 1994; Image size: 34" x 19 1/2"; Paper size: 35" x 23"
Edition Number: A/P 15/17, A/P 16/17; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom reads: "A/P 15/17, Ernesto Cokos [illegible], 94'". embossed "SHG" at the bottom left;


Comments/Description: Announcement Poster for "Siqueiros--July 26, 1994--Back On The Street. Silk Screen in black and red ink. Central image of an indigenous man being crucified. There is an eagle with its wings open at the top of the cross. Large lettering at the top of the print reads: "Siqueiros". Below the main image in red reads: "'America Tropical' Olvera St. L.A. 1932".
Number of prints: 2
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De la Sota, Raoul; Spanish History; 1993; Images Of The Future; Image size: 22 1/8" x 16 1/8"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/72, 12/72; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/72, Spanish History, Raoul De la Sota '93". embossed "SHG" insignia located in lower left corner outside image area;


Comments/Description: The print is divided into four boxes or "windows." The two upper boxes are shorter and have a blue frame. The view inside is of a night sky or outer space. In the upper left-hand side a moon, a meteor, colored dots which could be planets or stars are shown against a black and purple background. A shape of a mountain or another large object begins in this box and continues into the box on the upper right-hand side. The same scene continues without the moon and meteor. The lower boxes are framed in yellow. Again the scenes are similar. The lower half of the boxes depict yellow land with churches, other buildings and abstract shapes dotting the landscape. The upper half of each box is yellow sky. Dark clouds obscure the yellow.
Number of prints: 2
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De Montes, Robert Gil; Movie House; (Feb 8-12) 1988; Atelier 11; Westwinds; Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 36" x 24"
Edition Number: 4/49; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom reads: "4/49, signature and 88" . "SHG" chops located in the lower right hand corner ;


Comments/Description: Image of a single figure, a man in front of the sea. Separate frame design. "A man is standing in front of the sea with his eyes closed, his arms extended, the sky is at sunset, the end of a happy day." R.G. De Montes.
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Delgadillo, Victoria; Knowingly Walking Through the Imaginary River Towards Divine Destiny; 4/30, 5/1-5, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/82, 6/82; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Colors used: Light Yellow, Dark Yellow, Pale Grey, Dark Green, Red, Dark Blue, Light Blue Transparent, Medium Yellow, Yellow-Green, Brown, Salmon Pink, Beige, Medium Yellow.
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Delgadillo, Victoria; Knowingly Walking Through the Imaginary River Towards Divine Destiny; 4/30, 5/1-5, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/82, 6/82; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Colors used: Light Yellow, Dark Yellow, Pale Grey, Dark Green, Red, Dark Blue, Light Blue Transparent, Medium Yellow, Yellow-Green, Brown, Salmon Pink, Beige, Medium Yellow.
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Delgado, Roberto ; Loto; 1985; Atelier VI; Image size: 38" x 24 1/2"; Paper size: 38 1/2" x 25"
Edition Number: 25/45; Signed; Inscription in pencil within the image reads: "R A, 86 and 25/45" .


Comments/Description: Abstract Image. On the left and right sides are two green figures. They are in profile and facing each other. In the middle is a red silhouette of a male figure. He seems to be holding a transparent flower. The flower's outline is determined by negative space. In the top middle is a portrait of a woman.
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Delgado, Roberto; Guatemala; n.d.; Image size: 37" x 25"; Paper size: 37 3/4" x 25 7/8"
Edition Number: 31/53; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "signature [illegible], Guatemala, 31/53". embossed "SHG" insignia located in lower left corner inside image area;


Comments/Description: The print is a multi-colored abstract piece. Orange figures converge on top of pale green and yellow figures. It seems as if heads of various animals--lizards, birds--erupt from a place directly in the middle of the print.
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Delgado, Roberto; Untitled; (March 14-15) 1984; Atelier 3; Somerset 320 gram, textured white 100% Rag.; Image size: 21 1/2" x 31"; Paper size: 26 1/2" x 37"
Edition Number: 2/70, 11/70; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "2/70, signature and '84" .


Comments/Description: Two female glyph (Mayan ornamental carving). Tints and shades of secondary color group. Atelier information on the back.
Number of prints: 2
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Delgado, Roberto; Loto; (Dec 19-20) 1985; Atelier 6; Accent 290 gram - white; Image size: 23 1/8" x 32 5/8"; Paper size: 23 1/8" x 32 5/8"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Stephen Grace and Roberto Delgado; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located in the lower right in white area reads: "Initials, 86, and 4/45" .


Comments/Description: Juxtaposed silhouette figures in yellow and green. Monoprint edition over silkscreen and spray enamel stenciling.
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Donis, Alex; David and Dalilah; (April 15-19) 1991; Atelier 16; Westwinds; Image size: 35" x 26"; Paper size: 40" x 28"
Edition Number: 56/63; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "56/63 'David and Dalilah', A Donis, 91". Bottom center of image;


Comments/Description: "This is an oval shaped print boardered by yellow drapery, angels, and stars. With in [sic] this boarder [sic] stands a central man, standing on a platform, swinging a sling-shot. A bed is behind him with a woman seated on it. Beneath the platform lay a woman and a nude man, who is facing down." Colors used: 1. Tran. Lt. Brown, 2. Tran. Flesh, 3. Tran. Golden Yellow Ochar (sic.), 4. Tran Cyan, 5. Tran. Magenta, 6. Tran. Lt. Blue, 7. Tran. Lt. Pastel Yellow, 8. Tran. Lt. Pale Pink, 9. Tran. Vilot (sic.), 10. Tran. Dr. Cobalt Green, 11. Yellow shade Gold. "This print represents my reaction toward the battles we wage against each other in the arena of human relations. The wounds we inflict cut deeper than any sword and the pain we endure is just as overwhelming. As all of the David's and the Dalilah's have proven throughout the ages, there are no victors in the games of love and war[,] only victims." A. Donis.
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Donis, Alex; LA Queen; (Sept 14-15) 1991; Special Project; Westwinds; Image size: 35" x 26"; Paper size: 40" x 28"
Edition Number: 11/40; prnt: Richard Ball...[illegible]; Signed;, Inscription in pencil within the image's lower ribbon reads: 11/40, 'La Queen', A Donis, 91". Lower right hand corner.;


Comments/Description: Colors used: 1. Red Oxide Brown, 2. Light Ochre Flesh Tone, 3. Yellow, 4. Cyan Blue, 5. Magenta, 6. Crimson Red, 7. Black. "A beauty queen in a blue gown stands befor [sic] red curtains and below a theatrical marquee which displays in brilliant red lettering 'L.A. Queen.['] The entire piece is framed by playful cherub angels."
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Donis, Alex; Rio, Por No Llorar; (Nov 28-Dec 2) 1988; Atelier 12; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 36" x 23"; Paper size: 39" x 26"
Edition Number: 30/59; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "30/59, Rio, Por No Llorar, A Donis". Lower right hand corner of image;


Comments/Description: "A Brazilian (or Latin) woman in carnival costume & fruit headdress [slice of watermelon, can of coffee, bunch of bananas, etc.] entwined in barbed wire & thorns. The figure [is] bordered by a film strip & musical instruments." Colors used: 1. Green/Light Lime Green, 2. Grown, 3. Red, 4. Flesh, 5. Orange-Yellow, 6. Purple/Magenta, 7. Lt. Pastel Green, 8. Yellow, 9. Tran. Light Flesh, 10. Blue (Tran.), 11. Black, 12. Tran. White. "Basically my print is a statement about oppression. It's about poeple who struggle to survive while thier lands are stripped away and her (sic.) resources siphoned. I recently read the lyrics to a song which I think most clearly defines my piece: '...So take a good look at my face, You'll see my smile looks out of place, Look even closer it's (sic.) easy to trace, The track (sic.) of my tears." A. Donis
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Donis, Alex; Champ De Bataille; (Oct 9-13) 1989; Atelier 14; Westwinds; Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 38" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/61, 14/61; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "14/61, Champ de Bataille, A Donis" Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "4/61, title, and signature" . Bottom right hand corner of paper.;


Comments/Description: "There are two angels with wings, one is red-orange in color, the other is blue-green. They are holding each other close by the arms and each one is holding a sword over-head. The background color is purple with gold colored writing." Colors used: 1. Tran. Lt. Powder Blue, 2. Tran. Milorie (sic.) Blue, 3. Tran. Violet, 4. Golden Yellow, 5. Peach, 6. Lt. Pastel Yellow, 7. Lt. Pastel Magent (sic.), 8. Tran. Lime Green, 9. Red-Orange, 10. Purple, 11. Gold, 12. Tran. Peralesence (sic.) White. "It was a dream, it was all a dream." A. Donis.
Number of prints: 2
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Donis, Alex; Between The Lines; 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Westwinds; Image size: 21 5/8" x 35"; Paper size: 21 5/8" x 35"
Edition Number: 22/49; prnt: Richard Balboa; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "22/49, Maria [illegible], 92". lower left corner;


Comments/Description: Full bleed image vertically divided into two main areas, purple to the left, vanilla color to the right. In the left area is a pink form in the shape of a heart which allows to see through a photograph of a young man from the bust and up. In the center of the composition is a bigger photograph of a person, probably a man, who seems to be lying down. To the right is an enlarged photograph of a tree leaf. Enlarged hand written text in gold color extends all over the composition. Colors used: 1. Biege, 2. (Red Shade) Yellow, 3. Flouresent (sic.), 4. Cyan Blue, 5. Purple, 6. Fouresent (sic.) Green, 7. Gold (Metalic). "This image mirrors various memories of my past and acts as a catalist (sic.) between dark episodes in my life and a new found hope. The dried leaf and petal act as testament to [the] fact that if you live in the past you can't make yourself availalble to the future and will surely wither away. I've also explored the everlasting implications that the written word has and in this case it finds it's metaphor in the form of a 'Dear John' letter." A. Donis
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Duardo, Richard; Veronika's Flight; (Mar 14-19) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 28 1/2" x 41"; Paper size: 29 1/2" x 43 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/72, 20/72; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/72, Richard Duardo". lower left corner;


Comments/Description: "Horizontal format, nude female figure with wings moving thru [sic] stylized aqua environment left to right w/ a gold and black border of fragmented metal." Colors used: 1. Mint green, 2. Pastel green, 3. Salmon, 4. Powder blue, 5. Magenta, 6. Purple, 7. Pastel Red, 8. Metalic (sic.) gold, 9. Blue, 10. Black, 11. Ultramarine, 12. Emerald green. "Portrait of [a] nude female figure in a horizontal flight thru either air or water." R. Duardo
Number of prints: 2
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Duardo, Richard; Untitled; (Jan 27-Feb 2) 1984; Atelier 3; Somerset 320 gram, textured 100% Rag.; Image size: 24" x 35"; Paper size: 27 1/2" x 39 1/2"
Edition Number: 2/80, 8/80, 11/80; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "2/80, and signature" .


Comments/Description: "Fourteen color image of boy (sic.) george (sic.): white, light flesh, pink, light green, metallic gold, light blue, yellow, fire red, metallic silver, dark metallic silver, metallic silver blue, metallic silver red, medium flesh, and black." Atelier information on the back. Image of Boy George wearing a hat. There is a light green cross behind his image. Symbols resembling heirogliphics partially frame Boy George. A small light green image of the world is situated under Boy George's head. Main colors are: light green, yellow, black and pink.
Number of prints: 3
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Duardo, Richard; Untitled; (Jan 25-Feb) 1985; Atelier 5; Stonehenge 320 gram-white; Image size: 25" x 36"; Paper size: 28 3/4" x 41"
Edition Number: 4/88, 6/88, 35/88; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "4/88, and signature" Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image reads: "6/88, Richard Duardo".


Comments/Description: Female torso in a black bathing suit on a blue, light green, and pink background. Green Japanese characters. (Made in U.S.A.).
Number of prints: 3
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Duardo, Richard; The Father, The Son And The Holy Ghost; (Feb 29-Mar 6) 1988; Atelier 11; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 36 3/4" x 23 3/4"; Paper size: 36 3/4" x 23 3/4"
Edition Number: 4/45; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil at the bottom of the image area reads: "signature, In the Beggining [sic], Disney Created God, and 4/45". "SHG" chops located in the lower left hand corner ;


Comments/Description: Portrait of Mickey Mouse hovering over a robot. Colors used: 1. Yellow, 2. Red/Purple (split fountain), 3. Colbalt (sic.) Blue, 4. Mint Green, 5. White, 6. Black. "Well, it was quite a spontaneous activity indeed. The content of this image is totally appropriated from the commonplace of contemporary culture. Their layout is to indicate the following: Mickey, omnipotent god (benevolent and happy); the robot, man on earth, a replicant of god---Symbols: O.K., meaning everything is well on earth." R. Duardo.
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Duardo, Richard; Zen; 1998; Atelier 31; Image size: 36" x 27 1/2"; Paper size: 38 3/8" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/70, 6/70; prnt: José Alpuche; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "Abstract with central box of text: "Art, Fun, God" stencils were greated in a generative process. The print was fully determined by a collaborative effort by both participating artist and master printer, Alpuche. Last two colours pulled were selected by printer. A zen exercise in process." R. Duardo. Colors used: 1. Rich Brown, 2. Brick (t), 3. Lt. Yellow, 4. Lt. Grey, 5. Black, 6. Maroon, 7. Silver. "Elaboration is indescriptoin section. But to add; the end result of the graphic created was my least consideration. I approached this with the intent and purpose of working for a fixed amount of time with a community of craftmen skilled in a process (print making) to interact and react to what was unfolding on the sheet ofpaper as our time progressed. The piece was finished wwhen our time ran out at which point in keeping with my intent, the piece was resolved." R. Duardo.
Number of prints: 2
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Duffy, Richardo; Primavera; (May 31-June 3) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 24" x 37"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/64, 20/64; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the print reads: "4/64, 'Primavera', Richardo Duffy". lower left;


Comments/Description: "Jaguar at spring time done in earth tones with mucho breastsesesese's" R. Duffy. Colors used: 1. Orange-yellow, 2. Red Cadmium, 3. Burnt Umber, 4. Burnt Siena (sic.), 5. Yellow Cadmium, 6. Gold, 7. Black, 8. Maphthol (sic.) Red. 9. Magenta. "The Jaguar is an ancient symbol of the Americas which I use to make a timeless statement about Sprint (Primavera) one of the four seasons in our yearly cylce on earth." R. Duffy.
Number of prints: 2
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Duffy, Richardo; Beaning Indigenous; (Mar 10-15) 1991; Atelier 16; Westwinds; Image size: 34 5/8" x 23 5/8"; Paper size: 38 1/4" x 27"
Edition Number: 14/64; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image reads: "14/64, 'Beaning Indigenous', Richardo Duffy". Bottom left-hand corner of bottom (sic.);


Comments/Description: "A Pinto Bean Floating in the night sky with stars out. The background with corn stalks behind the Bean, futher back the corn is a black back drop." Colors used: 1. Light transparent tan, 2.Cyan Blue, 3. Transparent Lime, 4. Transparent Tan-Red, 5. Dark Brown, 6. Ochore (sic.), 7. Yellow, 8. Black, 9. Sandy Brown, 10. Red Brown, 11. Trands (sic.) White, 12. Trans Beige. "My prints pay homage to the staple diet that nourishes the native peoples of Meso-America. In my own home while cleaning pinto beans I was intrigued that no two beans were alike, then I suddenly invisioned a huge Pinto Bean to represent the oneness and the uniqueness of my people. Besides representing another staple, the corn, also symbolizes growth, life, death, renewal, and our ties to mother earth. The stars refelct my feelings tjat (sic.) we are bound to universal law." R. Duffy.
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Duffy, Ricardo; The New Order; n.d.; Atelier 29; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/75; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Desert cliffs in background with "Marlboro County," George Washington smoking a cigarette, Prop 187, and a caution sign.
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Durazo, Martin Philip; General Electric; ( July 1-3) 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Westwinds; Image size: 17" x 24 1/2"; Paper size: 20" x 28"
Edition Number: 4/57, 22/57; prnt: Richard Balboa; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "General Electric, 4/57, Durazo, 1992". lower lt (sic.) under vase;


Comments/Description: Multicolored image composed of glasses, dollar signs, circles (coins?). The center of the composition is a vase with flowers. To the right is the enlarged symbol for General Electric company. Colors used: 1. Blue, 2. Yellow, 3. White, 4. Lt. Purple, 5. Red, 6. Green. "General Electric is a multi level comment on the abusive behavior of humans toward their surroundings because of greed and stupidity." M.P.Durazo
Number of prints: 2
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Ehrenberg, Felipe Enriquez; Otra Canelita; (Feb 12-17) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 22 3/8" x 38"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/66, 20/66; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "Ehrenberg, Otra Canelita, 4/66, '94". lower right;


Comments/Description: "A large room. Two windows on the lef (sic.) allow the light to fall on [a] young woman, on right, covered by towel and wearing [a] turban, who stands before a mirror. Greenish specks of light dance in the room, in the middle." Colors used: 1. Dark Orange, 2. Burnt Umber (Deep), 3. Off White, 4. Light Green, 5. White. "'Otra Canelita' is [a] second silkscreen work, one of a series of very intimate, very loving, portraits of [a] wife, Lourdes, always in a home cirmustance." F. Ehrenberg
Number of prints: 2
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Ehrenberg, Felipe Enriquez; Primero De Enero-II; (Feb 12-17) 1994; Atelier 24; Coverntry 290 grms; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 22" x 28"
Edition Number: 4/55, 22/55; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "Ehrenberg Primero de Enero-II, 4/55, '94". lower right;


Comments/Description: "In the background, the faintest suggestion of jungle land; in the foreground, long planks are violently pushed up and splinter in the air, suggesting a volcano." Colors used: 1. Mango Orange, 2. Night Blue, 3. Burnt Umber, 4. Off White, 5. White, 6. Transparent Dark Green. "This work is also a suggestion for an installation planned on Jan 8th for a show, that was then cencelled, it will require 7 long, thick planks that will be snapped in half by force, then layed out over a pile of earth and coals. In doing this print I also develop the idea (sic.)." F.Ehrenberg.
Number of prints: 2
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Ehrenberg, Felipe Enriquez; Primero De Enero-I; (Feb 12-17) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 22" x 28"
Edition Number: 4/55, 22/55; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the print reads: "Ehrenberg, Primero de Enero-I, 4/55". lower right;


Comments/Description: "An [enormous] amount of crutches rises from the ground and marches across the horizon, as the light of dawn begins to rise." Colors used: 1. Mango Orange, 2. Night Blue, 3. Burnt Umber, 4. Off White, 5. White. "The crutch is a recurren (sic.) ikon (sic.) in most current works. It is a metaphor: Invalids [who] throw away crutches are healed --- [I] have used crutches in drawings, installations, now screenprint. This peice marks the excitement produced by the war in Chiapas. It is also a suggestion for new installations." F. Ehrenberg
Number of prints: 2
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Ehrenberg, Felipe Enriquez; Nudos-Ties-SHG L.A. (x-95); 1995; Atelier 13; poster; Image size: 16 7/8" x 11"; Paper size: 22" x 15"
Edition Number: 32/47; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. yes; lower left hand corner;


Comments/Description: A rectangular shaped object is the focus of this print with a white cloth covering it. There are different colored ties over this object with a dark string holding them in place. Colors: red, black, and cream white.
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Ehrenberg, Felipe Enriquez; Paella; (Mar. 7) 1998; Atelier 31; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 15"x 25"; Paper size: 18' x 30"
Edition Number: 4/55, 6/55; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Nude woman with one arm up in the air and the other is around her neck. Colors used: 1. Green, 2. Red. 3. Dark Brown, 4. Peach, 5. Yellowish White. "This one was printed at the same time as 'Anafre'. Both 'Paella' and 'Anafre' form part of a larger series of drawings and prints (mostly nudes) of my 'calendar - comic book style' of work." F. Ehrenberg.
Number of prints: 2
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Ehrenberg, Felipe Enriquez; Anafre; (March 7) 1998; Atelier 31; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 21" x 26 1/2"; Paper size: 25 1/2" x 30 1/8"
Edition Number: 4/56, 6/56; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Nude woman sitting under a tree with some books at her side, a coal burner (Anafre) on right. Colors used: 1. Green, 2. Red, 3. Dark Brown, 4. Peach, 5. Yellowish White. "See 'Paella' Certificate." F. Ehrenberg
Number of prints: 2
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Ehrenberg, Felipe Enriquez; Mi Hogar en Istelei; 1995; poster; Image size: 10" x 38"; Paper size: 15" x 44"
Edition Number: 36/47, 40/47; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: The print is long and horizontal in shape. On the left is an architect's blue-print ground plan for a one-room house with outdoor attachments. On the right, against a sunsetting sky, is the same stone house in perspective. A cross and a necktie hanging from it, tower over the house.
Number of prints: 2
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Ehrenberg Enriquez, Felipe ; Tiankistli; (Oct 2-6) 1995; Coventry; Image size: 35 1/2" x 25 5/8"; Paper size: 38" x 28 5/8"
Edition Number: 24/54, 26/54, 30/54, 32/54; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower right corner below signature;


Comments/Description: In the center of the poster is a wood structure which is supporting a large piece of yellow cloth. The structure is standing on a yellow circle with flames radiating from the object. Next to the structure is a book shelf with legs in the compartments. In the background are a series of lines which appear to be barbed wire. Two multicolored neck ties rest on the wires. The poster also contains ink splotches and illegible text. It is a study for large installation shown in "Todos Santos, October 1995 Exhibit." Colors used: 1. O. Red, 2. O. Black, 3. T. Cream White. "A joyfull vaiation on large tiankistli print, based on installation pi (sic.) presented in 'all souls' exhibition, October 1995 Galeria Otra Vez, SHG." F. Ehrenberg Enriquez
Number of prints: 3
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Esparza, Ofelia; Cesar Vive; (Sept 28-Apr 15) 1993-94; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/60, 20/60; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/60, Cesar Vive, Ofelia Esparza, '94" . lower left;


Comments/Description: "The Image of Cesar Chavez appears integrated into an ear of corn in yellows + greens within a a [sic] red circle where a blk. Aztec Eagle Soars. All this against a blue backgorund with an outlined, eagle pattern. The script: "Cesar Vive" flows along the rt. side of the circle dowward [sic], from where it has surged along w/a large ear of corn composed of skull kernals. Below, new ones sprout w/figures bearing farmworkers flags. The leaves and flowing plant grow out of the earth and skulls." Colors used: 1. Flesh (beige), 2. Yellow, 3. Bright Blue, 4. Red, 5. Sage Green, 6. Dark Blue, 7. Rust-Orange, 8. Black. "Cesar Vive (sic.) - is an allegorical composition which signifies what it states. Cesar Chavez lives in the symbolic Corn (Maiz) plant - nurtured by the new workers (new sprouts) who will carry on his work - they are nurtured by the ones who have gone before them (the skulls in the earth) who continue the cycle - as in the corn plant - to keep not only Cesar's memory alive - but his struggle for farmworkers and other poor laborers continues - reseeding itself to begin again with new seedlings - thus the red circle - the Aztec Eagle, of course, stands for the Farm Workers Union. The skull kernals signify the cycle of life and death - Cesar's death awakens the new and old people to bring the struggle to life again and again." O.Esparza
Number of prints: 2
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Esparza, Rubén; Hyper Myth; August 21-24, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 10" x 20"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/70, 6/70; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "hyper" against yellows background. "Myth" against blues background silkscreen "dyptich" Colors used: Clear Base, Warm Red, T. Yellow, Baby Blue, T. White, Red Shade Blue, and Clear Gloss.
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Esparza, Elena; I Know Her... All About Her; May 7-11 and 30, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/67, 6/67; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Woman in Central Figure surrounded by a corona of maguey plants. 2 spirits appear (L.L. corner) in the foreground while a third in the background tells (URHC) the story. A humming bird hovers above the woman, with LA central and the Belmont tunnel from the background as a point of reference. Colors used: Orange/Red-Opaque, Sage Green-Opaque, Marigold-Semi Opaque, Lime Green- Transparent, Magenta-90% Opaque, Electric Blue-Semi Opaque, Dark Maroon-90% Opaque.
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Esparza, Rubén; Hyper Myth; August 21-24, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 10" x 20"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/70, 6/70; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "hyper" against yellows background. "Myth" against blues background silkscreen "dyptich" Colors used: Clear Base, Warm Red, T. Yellow, Baby Blue, T. White, Red Shade Blue, and Clear Gloss.
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Esparza, Elena; I Know Her... All About Her; May 7-11 and 30, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/67, 6/67; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Woman in Central Figure surrounded by a corona of maguey plants. 2 spirits appear (L.L. corner) in the foreground while a third in the background tells (URHC) the story. A humming bird hovers above the woman, with LA central and the Belmont tunnel from the background as a point of reference. Colors used: Orange/Red-Opaque, Sage Green-Opaque, Marigold-Semi Opaque, Lime Green- Transparent, Magenta-90% Opaque, Electric Blue-Semi Opaque, Dark Maroon-90% Opaque.
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Espinosa, Carlota; We The People; (Aug 22-26) 1988; National Chicano Screenprint Taller, Wight Art Gallery, UCLA; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 40" x 26"
Edition Number: 17/65; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "We The People, 88, Carlota Espinoza, 17/65". bottom left hand corner;


Comments/Description: There is a woman holding a dove. The background is a flag dripping black, red, and blues. Colors used: 1. Trans. Ultramarine Blue, 2. Trans. Light Brown, 3. Reddish Brown, 4. Trans. Pink, 5. Red, 6. Ultramarine Blue, 7. Black, 8. Flesh, 9. Rusty Red, 10. Cerulean Blue (50% transparent).
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Favela, Ricardo; Aqui Estamos...., 1987; Image size: 15 1/2" x 21"; Paper size: 19" x 25"
Edition Number: 20/50; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Richardo Favela 87'.". blue ink repeats the logo 'RCAF' ;


Comments/Description: Three men (who?) in black and white looking at the viewer and showing images of `Día de los Muertos', and 'Tiburcio Vasquez'. The men are inscribed in an orange-yellow gradation where blue ink repeats the logo 'RCAF'. In the background there is a blue gradation where pink-violet type reads: "Aqui estamos... / Y no nos vamos!!! / 'We're still here... 18 years later.'
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Fe , Sonya; Don't Become a Dish to a Man... You Will Soon Break; 1996; Atelier 29; poster; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 26/63; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx : Destroyed; Signed. lower left corner;


Comments/Description: Scene of a broken doll with cracked dishes in the background. Doll has orange skin and long dark hair. Dishes are colored gray-green.
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Flores, Florencio; Jagar; (March) 1983; Atelier 1; Artprint; Image size: 19" x 25"; Paper size: 23" x 35"
Edition Number: 37/60; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil reads: "37/60 and signature" . No chop; Fund:partially funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the California Arts Council.;


Comments/Description: Red, blue, and gray car in the center. Burnt umber background with white "SCOT" and yellow "REX" letters on a gray and black dotted foreground. Colors used: 1. Red, 2. Blue, 3. Yellow, 4. Black, 5. Rust.
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Flores, Yvette; Greñuda; April 3-7, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/74, 6/74; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A little girl is getting her hair done by her mother. The words surrounding the girl express the frustration being felt by her. The colors around her are messy and random, like her hair. Colors used: Yellow Light, Orangel Yellow, Red Orange, Ultra Marine Blue, Medium Flesh, Light Blue, Maroon, Ivory White, and Light Red Orange.
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Flores, Lysa; The Making of a Trophy Grrl!; May 21-25; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Colors used: Red, Ivory/Beibe, Pink Flesh Tone, Burgundy/Red, Blue, Purple, Black, Yellow, and White.
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Flores, Yvette; Greñuda; April 3-7, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/74, 6/74; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A little girl is getting her hair done by her mother. The words surrounding the girl express the frustration being felt by her. The colors around her are messy and random, like her hair. Colors used: Yellow Light, Orangel Yellow, Red Orange, Ultra Marine Blue, Medium Flesh, Light Blue, Maroon, Ivory White, and Light Red Orange.
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Flores, Lysa; The Making of a Trophy Grrl!; May 21-25; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Colors used: Red, Ivory/Beibe, Pink Flesh Tone, Burgundy/Red, Blue, Purple, Black, Yellow, and White.
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Furukawa, Michiko; Obsesión De La Muerte; (Apr) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 18" x 23 1/4"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/55, 20/55; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/55, 'Obsesión de la Muerte', Michiko, '94". lower left;


Comments/Description: "Arbol de la vida." Spanish text encircles a purple linear tree/trail. Candles stand on seven upper curved areas. Figures, skeletons, flowers and birds perform along the branches/trails. Colors used: 1. Yellow, 2. Magenta, 3. Cyan Blue, 4. Flesh, 5. Gray, 6. Black, 7. Gold, 8. Dark Green. "Depicted as an 'Arbol de la Vida' which at the same time is an 'Arbol de la muerte.' It is a representation of how one Mexico died. A society that had existed centuries, along with it's culture, religion and language was all but extinguished and a new social order was instituted using Christianity as the cement which hold[s] it together." M. Furukawa
Number of prints: 2
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Gallego, Adriana Yadira; Luna Roja; (May 5, 6, 7, 8 and June 9) 1998; Atelier 29-31 #4 & #6; Coventry Rag, 290 grms.; Image size: 22 1/8" x 17 1/4"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/52, 6/52; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. Lower left corner;


Comments/Description: Headless woman's torso wrapped in barbed wire. Two green leaves are around her and a red moon behind her body. Colors used: 1. Yellow, 2. Green, 3. Red, 4. Purple, 5. Sienna, 6. Light Sienna, 7. Dark Green, 8. Burgandy - Crimson, 9. Brown. "'Luna Roja' is part of a border series representing the psychological manifestation of the border experience on the body. Here the woman is incomplete, standing between borders. The barbed wire pierces her as it does the leaves of the maguey plant growing out of her. Her experience is recorded and witnessed by the red moon."
Number of prints: 2
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Gamboa, Diane; Malathion Baby; (June 18-29) 1990; L.A. Festival; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 48" x 36"; Paper size: 50" x 38"
Edition Number: 4/79; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/79, Malathion Baby, Gamboa, 90". bottom of left-hand corner of image;


Comments/Description: "Eight figures in malathion yellow are grouped for a snap shot. Flowers in pink and red with gold throughout image. Malathion Baby is traped with a black outline." Colors used: 1. Dark Yellow, 2. Yellow, 3. Red, 4. Blue, 5. Bark Green, 6. Gray, 7. Green, 8. Pink, 9. Brown, 10. Tan, 11. Dark Blue, 12. Gold, 13. Black.
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Gamboa, Diane; Untitled; (Oct 6-9) 1986; Westwinds; Image size: 11'' x 9''; Paper size: 18 1/2'' x 13''
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "4/45, Diane Gamboa, 86". Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Blue, red, yellow, green, orange and black colors. There is a face on the left-hand side.
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Gamboa, Diane; Untitled; (Oct 6-9) 1986; Westwinds; Image size: 11'' x 9 1/2''; Paper size: 18 1/2'' x 13''
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "4/45, Diane Gamboa, 86". Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Pink, blue and yellow. On the right-hand side is the blue and yellow face of a woman and on the left-hand side is a small man's face.
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Gamboa, Diane; Untitled; (Oct 6-9) 1986; Westwinds; Image size: 11'' x 9''; Paper size: 18 1/2'' x 12 1/2''
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "4/45, Diane Gamboa, 86". Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Man with a green face and red hair. He is wearing a pink shirt, and a green and brown jacket. Gray background.
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Gamboa, Diane; Lost And Found; 1994; Image size: 26" x 30"; Paper size: 30" x 34"
Edition Number: 4/49, 20/49; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/49, Lost and Found, Gamboa, 94". embossed "SHG" below the image on the bottom right side;


Comments/Description: Many figures make up the image. The central figure is a male wearing a crown with a heart pierced by a dagger. On the upper left is a man wearing a suit with gold pinstripes and circles on the lapels. A red headed female figure with exposed breasts is situated behind another heart with a dagger piercing it. These figures seem to be inside a palace with curtains, rugs and pillars. Main colors are: purple, light yellow, avocado green, gold and red.
Number of prints: 2
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Gamboa, Diane; Untitled; (Oct 6-9) 1986; Westwinds; Image size: 11'' x 9''; Paper size: 18 1/2'' x 12 1/2''
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "4/45, Diane Gamboa, 86". Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Face with red, orange, green, blue and yellow colors.
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Gamboa, Diane; She's My Puppet; (Oct 21 & 23) 1983; Atelier 2; Artprint Archival 25% Rag ; Image size: 15" x 21"; Paper size: 22" x 34"
Edition Number: 4/77, unknown ed.; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/77 and signature" "B.A.T.Z., Diane Gamboa". Fund:partially funded by Atlantic Richfield Foundation.;


Comments/Description: Announcement Poster for "Experimental Screen Print II: Self Help Graphics and Art Inc.: Fall 1983". Silkscreen image of two figures--a man holding a woman. Both figures are facing the viewer. Her dress is lime green and his suit is black. Purple scratches frame the man and woman.
Number of prints: 2
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Gamboa, Diane; Self Portrait; (Jan 9-18) 1984; Atelier 3; Somerset 320 gram, textured 100% Rag.; Image size: 23 1/2" x 35"; Paper size: 28" x 40"
Edition Number: 2/78, 11/78, 18/78; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "2/78, and signature" Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "18/78, Diane Gamboa".


Comments/Description: Twelve color image. Self portrait on a black background. Atelier information on the back. Emerging from the black background are a face and hand. Squares of different colors break up or add to the face. This image is a self-portrait of Diane Gamboa. 11/78 print has cracked ink in the gray box area lower right.
Number of prints: 3
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Gamboa, Diane; Three; (March 17-20) 1986; Atelier 7; Accent 290 grams - white; Image size: 24" x 32"; Paper size: 25" x 24"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/45, title, signature and 86" . None; Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Three fantastic characters on a black background.
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Gamboa, Diane; Little Gold Man; (Feb 12-16) 1990; Atelier 15; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 36" X 24"; Paper size: 38" X 26"
Edition Number: 2/73, 4/73, 16/73; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "2/73, title, signature and 90" Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image reads: "16/73, Little Gold Man, Gamboa, 90". Outside right-hand corner of image.;


Comments/Description: Eight light-green skinned figures, whose focus is a gold horned pink creature with a tail, and a small gold man on the top of his hat. Very elaborately decorated interior with tables, chairs, curtains, etc. "A black line drawing of figures in an interior setting is used in trapping eleven other colors:" tan, mint green, aqua, lime green, pink/red, blue/grey, green, light violet, dark green, gold, dark violet, and black. "[At the] center right is a Little Gold Man dancing on the head of a boy/dog like figure." Colors used: 1. Tan, 2. Mint Green, 3. Aqua, 4. Lime Green, 5. Pink/Red, 6. Blue/Gray, 7. Green, 8. Light Violet, 9. Dark Green, 10. Gold, 11. Dark Violet, 12. Black. "The image/artwork for this print was spcifically designed for the Atelier 15 program. The original drawing was created directly onto the acetate with and inked bruch and technical pen. Through a series of overlappng and underlapping the positive/acetate for each color, I continued to build texture and detail. The LITTLE GOLD MAN himself is the focal point of the other figures in th epiece but at the same time is only on of the many figures invovled in this print. As in all the other pints I have created thorugh the Atelier program I have attempted to work on an image using a new technique that is very different from my other prints." D.Gamboa.
Number of prints: 3
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Gamboa, Diane; Altered State; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 18" x 26 1/4"; Paper size: 22" x 30 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/75, 'Altered State', Gamboa 99.". embossed "SHG" insignia lower right next to signature.;


Comments/Description: "The poster creates a scenario where the boundaries between love, sexuality, and the religious are blurred, while exploring the centrality of women, and the power of the feminine in these spheres"--Maestras Atelier XXXII 1999.
Number of prints: 2
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Gamboa, Diane; Revelation Revolution; May 14-18, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/88, 6/88; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: The piece is set on the horizontal. The central figure is of a woman in her white lingerie, a ring on her right hand and she is holding a red handbag. Another woman is up front with a flower in her hair and tattoos across her shoulders. A third woman is in the background in black line over brown. To the right of the figures is a custom type pattern and to the left is another pattern with flowers. The artwork is trapped in a tight black. Colors used: Makeup beige, chicana brown, go-go girl yellow, martini olive green, not so red, gunmetal gray, urban goddess yellow, high heel green, cha-cha burgundy, million dollar green, and black as black.
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Gamboa, Diane; Revelation Revolution; May 14-18, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/88, 6/88; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: The piece is set on the horizontal. The central figure is of a woman in her white lingerie, a ring on her right hand and she is holding a red handbag. Another woman is up front with a flower in her hair and tattoos across her shoulders. A third woman is in the background in black line over brown. To the right of the figures is a custom type pattern and to the left is another pattern with flowers. The artwork is trapped in a tight black. Colors used: Makeup beige, chicana brown, go-go girl yellow, martini olive green, not so red, gunmetal gray, urban goddess yellow, high heel green, cha-cha burgundy, million dollar green, and black as black.
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Garcia, Martín V.; Observando; (July 19-21) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag white; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/69, 20/69; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom reads: "4/69, Observando, Martin V. Garcia, 1994". lower right;


Comments/Description: "Faces shown looking" at the viewer. There is a large face in orange with black details on the right side. The composition is divided by a yellow column, several art frames and a figure falling through an hour glass. Colors used: 1. Orange, 2. Red, 3. Yellow, 4. Blue, 5. White, 6. Black. "To make correct coices one must observe the direction of those decisions." M. García
Number of prints: 2
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Garcia, Lorraine--Herrón, Maradiaga, Torrez and Vallejo; Atelier IV, Announcement Poster for; (Nov 3-Dec 13) 1984; Atelier 4; Stonehenge 245 grams - white; Image size: 24" x 36"; Paper size: 29" x 41 3/4"
Edition Number: 2/21, 6/21; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "2/21, copyright and SHG" . "SHG" chops below image area;


Comments/Description: Announcement Poster for "Atelier IV". Five images representing the work of these artists done during this atelier on a blue and gray background. Yellow, gray, and blue type.
Number of prints: 2
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Garcia, Lorraine; Untitled; (Nov 6-11) 1984; Atelier 4; Stonehenge 245 gram - white; Image size: 24" x 35 1/2"; Paper size: 28" x 40 3/4"
Edition Number: 4/86, 30/86, 34/86; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/86, & Lorraine Garcia", "30/86, & Lorraine Garcia" . None;


Comments/Description: Photo silkscreen with blue tape on a beige, pink, and orchid textured background. Smudge on the lower left outside of the image area. Colors used: 1. Pink/White font, 2. Lavender, 3. Light Pink, 4. Light Grey, 5. Light Lavender, 6. Grey, 7. Grey/Blue, 8. Magenta, 9. Light Grey, 10. Light Blue, 11. Light Pink, 12. Light Yellow.
Number of prints: 3
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Garcia, Martín V.; Amor Eterno; (May 6-8) 1997; Atelier 30; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/55; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. Lower left corner;


Comments/Description: Nude man is holding nude woman. Predominant colors: yellow and black. Colors used: 1. Dark Purple/Opaque, 2. Wine Red/Trans, 3. Yellow Orange/ Trans, 4. Yellow Green/Trans, 5. Purple/Trans, 6. Dark Purple/ Trans. "Love is eternal. Even death is an extension of its existence. They become one totality. Every effect a creation of their passion." M. García
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García, Margaret; My Ego Is Devil, My Ego Is My Demon; n.d.; studio proof; Image size: 23" x 34"; Paper size: 23" x 34"
Edition Number: 3/6; Signed;, Inscription in pencil at the bottom inside image area reads: "3/6, My Ego is Devil, my Ego is my Demon, s/p, 3/6, Margaret Garcia" . embossed "SHG" insignia located in lower right corner inside image area;


Comments/Description: More than half of the print is the face of a woman, red eyes, purple hair, facing the viewer. A hand with sharp, claw-like fingers is holding a red mask outlines in purple of a devil's face. Behind the mask is a green background. Full bleed image.
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García, Margaret; Memory of a Haunting; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 17" x 23 1/4"; Paper size: 20" x 26 1/8"
Edition Number: 4/71, 6/71; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/71, Memory of a Haunting, Margaret Garcia.". embosedd "SHG" insignia at lower left-hand corner of poster.


Comments/Description: Painting of a close-up of a skeleton with red hair. Background is purple. The bones are grey, silver, and white.
Number of prints: 2
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García, Margaret; De Colores; (July 5-9) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 25 6/8" x 37"; Paper size: 25 6/8" x 37"
Edition Number: 4/66, 20/66; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil along the left hand edge within the image reads: "Margaret Garcia, De Colores, 4/66". Right bottom corner;


Comments/Description: Full bleed silk screen image of a "Man with Red Hat w/farm workers' eagle." Colors used: 1. Red, 2. Brown , 3. Manilla , 4. Light Purple, 5. Phtalo (sic.) Blue, 6. Dk Green, 7. Yellow - Orange, 8. Dk. Trans. Purple, 9. Light Green, 10. Trans. White, 11. Black. "Danny de la Paz posed for it. It doesn't look as much like him. But it is not about him. It is about the determination of the struggle." M.García
Number of prints: 2
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García, Margaret; (title unknown); (Feb 24-27) 1986; Atelier 7; Accent 290 gram-white; Image size: 24 1/4" x 18 1/4"; Paper size: 24 1/4" x 18 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area: "4/45 and signature" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: A red dog. A desert night. Full bleed. Hand torn top and bottom edges.
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García, Margaret; Untitled; (Feb 24-27) 1986; Atelier 7; Accent 290 gram - white; Image size: 14 1/4" x 17 1/4"; Paper size: 14 1/4" x 17 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/45, 33/45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area "4/45 and signature" . None; Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Portrait of a woman against a blue background. Full bleed.
Number of prints: 2
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García, Margaret; Anna Comiendo Salsa; (Dec 1-5) 1986; Atelier 8; Westwind; Image size: 32 1/4" x 22"; Paper size: 36" x 24"
Edition Number: 4/46, 10/46; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below image area reads: "4/46, title & signature." . None as of yet; Fund:in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Image of a woman which consists mainly of thick strokes of gold, purple and yellow. The background is light blue with watery lines of dark blue streaking it. The image represents: "girl seated at a table mopping up salsa with a tortilla." M. García. Full bleed. Hand torn edges. Colors used: 1. Yellow, 2. Purple, 3. Peacock Blue, 4. Light Turquoise, 5. Vermillion, 6. Ultramarine Blue, 7. Light Green, 8. Orange/Yellow, 9. Primrose Yellow, 10. Dark Green.
Number of prints: 2
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García, Margaret; Romance; (Jan 4-8) 1988; Atelier 11; Westwinds; Image size: 35 1/2" x 24 1/2"; Paper size: 40" x 26 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/36; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription reads: "Title, signature, 4/36". "SHG" chops located at the bottom below the image area;


Comments/Description: Image of magenta, blue, green and orange shoes, peppers, and a fork on a yellow background. Colors used: 1. Yellow, 2. Emerald Green, 3. Lime Green, 4. Magenta, 5. Powder Blue, 6. Ultramarine Blue, 7. Purple, 8. Dark Blue, 9. Medium Yellow, 10. Vermilion Red, 11. Iridescent Purple. "The print is symbolic of the sexual tensions in the first stages of 'Romance.' The fork foams on the appetite of those involved. Chili, sex, something that feels so good can burn so bad." M. García.
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García, Margaret; F. Emilio And Mom; (May 27-31) 1991; Atelier 17; Westwinds; Image size: 23 1/2" x 30"; Paper size: 23 1/2" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/64; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom reads: "4/64 and signature" . "SHG" chops located in the lower left hand corner ;


Comments/Description: Full bleed. Image of a woman holding a baby. Colors used: 1. Grape, 2. Phalo Green, 3. Magenta, 4. Cad. Red, 5. Blue, 6. Yellow, 7. Ultramarine, 8. Orange, 9. White, 10. Purple, 11. Phalo Blue, 12. Pink. "It is my nephew and sister-in-law Gia Garcia. Because I love my family and because my nephew is symbolic of our future. We desire not to continue our family traditions and heritage but to establish new traditions, new contributions. It is our hope." M. García
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García, Margaret; SiDa Que Amor Eterno; 1992; Images Of The Future; Image size: 22 1/2" x 17"; Paper size: 26 1/8" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/61, 16/61; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/61, SiDa que Amor Eterno, Margaret Garcia". embossed "SHG" located in lower left corner of the print ;


Comments/Description: A figure--half human-half skeleton is embracing a woman who is wearing a red dress and red lipstick and whose skin color is yellow. It is night time and one can see the full moon in a dark blue sky.
Number of prints: 2
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García, Margaret; The Next Generation; n.d.; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 25 1/2" x 31 1/2"; Paper size: 30" x 37 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/70, 6/70; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "4/70 The next Generation Margaret García". lower left.;


Comments/Description: Image is of a young child.
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García, Margaret; The Next Generation; n.d.; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 25 1/2" x 31 1/2"; Paper size: 30" x 37 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/70, 6/70; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "4/70 The next Generation Margaret García". lower left.;


Comments/Description: Image is of a young child.
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Gastelum, Victor; Dos Caras A.D.; (June 24-28) 1997; Atelier 30; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 19 1/8" x 12 7/8"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/65; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. Lower left;


Comments/Description: Action-figure head in blue, silver, and black with a silver speckled background and "Dos Caras" written on top. Colors used: 1. True White, 2. Off White, 3. Silver, 4. Black, 5. Blue, 6. Gray (Dk). "'Dos Caras' is a Mexican pro werstler on 'Luchandon' from 'Lucha Libre'. 'Dos Caras' is brother to 'Mil Mascaras' legendary Mexican wrestler. I do these wrestlers for many reasons. I like the wrestlers themselves, Mosly (sic.) masked ones. I also like the idea of the mask as a universal tradition. I believe that alot (sic.) of Mexican Pop Culture (including Mexican wrestlers) had international influence, but rarely receives (sic.) credit." V. Gastelum
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Gil, Xóchitl; A Secret Garden; February 10-11, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Three red hearts/Roses with yellow auras on a blued blend ground. Colors used: Drk to light Blue, Red, Green, Yellow 1-Medium, Yellow 2-Light.
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Gil, Xóchitl; A Secret Garden; February 10-11, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Three red hearts/Roses with yellow auras on a blued blend ground. Colors used: Drk to light Blue, Red, Green, Yellow 1-Medium, Yellow 2-Light.
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Gomez, Pat; Stay Tuned; (Aug. 11-12) 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Westwinds; Image size: 16 6/8" x 22 6/8"; Paper size: 20" x 28"
Edition Number: 22/63; prnt: Richard Balboa; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "22/63, 'Stay Tuned', Pat Gomez [illegible]". lower right of print;


Comments/Description: A black and white photo silkscreened image of the debris and destruction of a city in a background of what looks like fire. Juxtaposed are nine lavender colored t.v. monitors showing selected areas of the previous image, enhanced by pointing arrows. To the right and underneath it are more t.v. monitors, ochre colored, showing the palm of a hand--as in a 'stop' sign, in an orange background with thick brushstrokes and dripping strings of red. Superimposed is text with the artist's recollection of her experience of the riots. Colors used: 1. Orange, 2. Red, 3. Yellow, 4. Indigo, 5. Lavender, 6. Purple. "Based on my riot experiences, I wanted to highlight the role the media played in inciting the violence and looting. I also wanted to tie together my own panic and T.V. reporting of mass spreading destruction. The hopelessness and tension of those affected was also a prime consideration." P. Gomez
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Gomez, Pat; The Trappings of Sor Juana; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 26 1/8" x 18"; Paper size: 30 1/4" x 22"
Edition Number: 4/63, 6/63; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/63, The Trappings of Sor Juana, Pat Gomez [illegible] 99.". embossed "SHG" insignia at lower left-hand corner of poster;


Comments/Description: The center piece of the poster is of an altar-like composition with a vase that has a picture of Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz. Pink flowers are held in the vase. There is a red scarf that creates the border and rosaries that hang from the top of poster. There are two books to the right and a framed picture of thorny stems entrapping a brain like a jail cell. The lower right-hand corner of image is an excerpt form Sor Juana's Disillusionment.
Number of prints: 2
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Gonzales, David Mercado; Untitled; (Sept 11-15) 1988; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 34" x 21"; Paper size: 40" x 26"
Edition Number: 17/60; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "17/60, D M Gonzales". embossed "SHG" on the lower left hand corner;


Comments/Description: At the top there are two celestial figures, an angel and a demon. In the middle there are one human and one skeletal figure in combat. At the bottom there is a "ollin" sign. Colors used: 1. Light tan, 2. Dark tan, 3. Light blue, 4. Dark blue, 5. Purple, 6. Green, 7. Orange, 8. Red, 9. Yellow, 10. Biege, 11. Black.
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Gonzalez, Yolanda; El Vaquero; (Dec 11-15) 1989; Atelier 14; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 30" x 21"; Paper size: 35 1/2" x 26"
Edition Number: 14/20, 4/70; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "14/20, El Vaquero, Yolanda Gonzalez". Bottom left side of image;


Comments/Description: Expressionistic male figure riding a yellow horse on a purple background. Red boots, dark blue pants, gray hat and a red vest. Colors used: 1. Red, 2. Lt. Pastel Violet, 3. Tran. Milori Blue, 4. Yellow, 5. Tran. Tan, 6. Purple (Tran.), 7. Tran. Gray, 8. Tran. Blue, 9. Tran. Violet, 10. Tran. White, 11. Tran. Gray-Green, 12. Tran. Maroon. "Designed for Plaza de la Raza Cultural Center. The legend of the cowboy, my concept is, 'life is to be lived' and El Vaquero is certainly living life. His motion is free; with the air blowing through his scarf and hair, he has not worries. Life should be as free and fun loving as El Vaquero." Y. Gonzalez.
Number of prints: 2
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Gonzalez, Yolanda; Mi Indio; (Feb 18-22) 1991; Atelier 16; Westwinds; Image size: 36" x 26"; Paper size: 39" x 28"
Edition Number: 4/70, 18/70; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "18/70, Mi Indio, Yolanda Gonzalez" Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom below image area: "4/70, title and signature" . bottom left hand corner of paper;


Comments/Description: "Expressionistic indian figure on [a] yellow horse. [Done in a] painterly style [with] very bold colors. [The] indian [is] holding a shield with [the] left hand, [and] holding [a] spear with [the] right hand." (from original certificate of authenticity) Colors used: 1. Phalo Green, 2. Yellow, 3. Phalo Blue, 4. Violet, 5. Cad. Orange Mediom (sic.), 6. Red, 7. Cad. Orange Light, 8. Cad. Orange Med, 9. White, 10 Phalo blue/violet. "This print being (sic.) a war peice (sic.). Unfortunatly (sic.) war (battle) is sometimes condoned almost nesecarrl y (sic.) yet the sadness of battle cannot be ignored. The conten of this print is that of battle dealing with blood, lives, and sadness. This man is eager to fight yet there is a sense of gloom." Y. Gonzalez
Number of prints: 2
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Gonzalez, Carlos Castro; La Madona; 1995; Image size: 18 1/4" x 10 1/2"; Paper size: 22" x 13"
Edition Number: 4/41, 20/41; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/41, La Madona, Gonzales Castro, 95". embossed "SHG" on the lower left;


Comments/Description: Silk screen in black ink. Image of the Self-Help Graphics altar with the Virgin Mary. Four Children play near the altar. Above the Virgin Mary are two angels (good and evil) boxing each other. The sun radiates bright on the upper left.
Number of prints: 2
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Gonzalez, Louie 'The Foot'; Concrete Bilingual Cancion De Ansia; 1987; Image size: 15" x 20 7/8"; Paper size: 19" x 25"
Edition Number: 20/50; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "20/50, Concrete Bilingual Cancion de Ansia, Louie the Foot, c/s, 1987.".


Comments/Description: On a textured background, white type reveals fragments of a bilingual poem and reveals the profile of a woman.
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Gonzalez , Carlos Castro; Día de los Muertos 97: Viva la Vida!!; n.d.; Atelier 29-31 #4 & #6; Image size: 19 1/2" x 22"; Paper size: 25 1/2" x 26"
Edition Number: unknown ed.; prnt: José Alpuche; unSigned. Lower left;


Comments/Description: Skeleton figures standing at a Chavez shrine/altar offering gifts of fruit and plants. "Self-Help Graphics" at the bottom of the print.
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Gonzalez, Yolanda; Alma de una Mujer; 1995; Atelier 26; poster; Image size: 37" x 26"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 12/55; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed ; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Woman in red and yellow embracing herself. Her arms are crossed against her chest as she holds her shoulders. Blue background. She needs only her force or belief in herself to continue her battle of a world filled with sadness and struggle. She lives with power!
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Gonzalez, Yolanda; "Women Know Your Strength!"; (Nov. 13-17) 1992; Images Of The Future; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 23" x 18"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/54, 18/54; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/54, 'Women Know Your Strenght!', Mohada Pegg [illegible], 92". lower left;


Comments/Description: The faces of two women looking at the viewer are the only image. The one on the left is African looking and is wearing a blue turban and long straight earrings; the one in the right is Chicano looking, and is wearing hoop earrings. The upper right corner reveals a vivid red colored background. Colors used: 1. Lt. Trans. Yellow, 2. Lt. Trans. Red, 3. Trans. Magenta, 4. Trans Ultra Blue, 5. Trans Medium Yellow, 6. Trans Purple, 7. Transparet (sic.) Emerald Green. "The print describes about womens (sic.) strength, within. Women are extremely powerful, strong, intelligent beings. I feel its time women believe and acknowledge this strength." Y. Gonzalez.
Number of prints: 2
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Gonzalez, Yolanda; La Reyna; May 6-10, 2003; Maestras 4; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 22 1/2" x 15 1/2"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/72, 6/72; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: "Female sitting arms crossed with a lovely head[d]ress and a colorful shall [sic]. her dress is adorned by lots of textures and colors. As he sits she's the Queen. "La Reyna"[.] The strength of the woman is always that of a queen. "La Reyna" is loving, stern, brilliant and always true to herself". Colors used: Black, Blue, Red, Ochre, Light Yellow Ochre, Light Grey, Off White, Black, and Clear Gloss.
Number of prints: 2
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Gonzalez, Cici Segura; Props and Scenery; May 27-31 and June 3, 2003; Maestras 4; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "Multi-Colored Abst[r]act depicting minorities in background. Gold-yellow line symbolizes color barrier in advertisement and film industries. This abstract was created after observing first hand, how the media (adver[t]ising & film) reduces minorities to 'Props & Scenery' in ads and/or films. The absence of people of color, particularly in front of the camera, in the adver[t]ising & film world is alive and well in Los Angeles. The abstract here is the background is full of color yet there is a color barrier represented by the yellow-gold line in the foreground." Colors used: Blue, Red, Yellow, Orange, Lt. Purple, Dark Purple, and Black.
Number of prints: 2
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Gonzalez, Yolanda; La Reyna; May 6-10, 2003; Maestras 4; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 22 1/2" x 15 1/2"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/72, 6/72; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: "Female sitting arms crossed with a lovely head[d]ress and a colorful shall [sic]. her dress is adorned by lots of textures and colors. As he sits she's the Queen. "La Reyna"[.] The strength of the woman is always that of a queen. "La Reyna" is loving, stern, brilliant and always true to herself". Colors used: Black, Blue, Red, Ochre, Light Yellow Ochre, Light Grey, Off White, Black, and Clear Gloss.
Number of prints: 2
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Gonzalez, Cici Segura; Props and Scenery; May 27-31 and June 3, 2003; Maestras 4; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "Multi-Colored Abst[r]act depicting minorities in background. Gold-yellow line symbolizes color barrier in advertisement and film industries. This abstract was created after observing first hand, how the media (adver[t]ising & film) reduces minorities to 'Props & Scenery' in ads and/or films. The absence of people of color, particularly in front of the camera, in the adver[t]ising & film world is alive and well in Los Angeles. The abstract here is the background is full of color yet there is a color barrier represented by the yellow-gold line in the foreground." Colors used: Blue, Red, Yellow, Orange, Lt. Purple, Dark Purple, and Black.
Number of prints: 2
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Grace, Gerry; Ancient Dreamers; (Nov 10-14) 1986; Atelier 8; Westwind; Image size: 22" x 30"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area: "Title, signature and 4/45" . None as of yet; Fund:Funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Two maroon tinted figures on a blue and yellow textured background. Black letters read: "Most stencils were monoprints." Colors used: 1. Peacock Blue, 2. Turquoise, 3. Dark Blue, 4. Yellow Iron Oxides, 5. Pastel Maroon, 6. Yellow Iron Oxide/Prime Yellow, 7. Turquoise/White/Raw Umb., 8. Maroon/White/Raw Umb., 9. White/Silver, 10. Peacock Blue/Maroon/Raw Umb., 11. Yellow/White.
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Greenfield, Mark Steven; Topsyturvy; n.d.; Image size: 22 1/2"x18 3/4"; Paper size: 30"x22"
Edition Number: 42/65, 43/65; signed.
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Greenfield, Mark Steven; Some Indignities Persist; April 24 and May 8 (year unknown); S/P SUBC; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 25" x 18"; Paper size: 30" x 22"
Edition Number: 28/43, 29/43; prnt: SHG?; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: "Man in blackface holds up dress against wooden fence background with text over printed in the form of an eye chart reading "Some Indignities Persist". Images of people in blackface have been a source of both disturbance and fascination to me. These images are intensely powerful in both their literal statements and in their ability to allow the viewer to create a context through the bias of their associations. Generations of African Americans have suffered grievous injury at the hands of people whose livelihood was derived from creating and reinforcing stereotypes through blackface minstrelsy. The creation of a stereotype was an essential element in maintaining white America's illusion of superiority. It characterized us as buffoons and tricksters, as inherently lazy and immoral and perennial children who were dependent on the paternalism of our "masters" for survival. Slavery, even the post emancipation more subliminal variety, was contingent on making its victims appear to be less than human. The images I've used are taken from late nineteenth century photographs of vaudeville and minstrel show performers. Ironically, blackface minstrelsy, through its wholesale appropriation of African American culture, is recognized as the "America;s first indigenous musical-theater genre." Manifestations exist to this day in everything from black stand-up comedy to the "crews" and "posses" of hip-hop. My work entreats the viewer to look at these images, while at the same time looking through them, to discover an alternate context. It is my hope that the work might offer a glimpse into the origins of some conscious or subconscious contemporary thinking with regard to race, color, and gender. If you are discomforted by what you see, I invite you to examine those feelings, for out of this examination will come enlightenment." Colors used: Rust/Beige, Off White, Dark Gray, and Gray Black.
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Greenfield, Mark Steven; Untitled (Sometimes We Become What We Hate); January 24-28, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18" x 23"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/50, 6/50; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Image four men in drag in black face holding golliwog dolls with text arranged as an eye chart reading "Sometimes We Become What We Hate". Colors used: Beige, Off White, Warm Dk Brown, Warm Brown/Black.
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Greenfield, Mark Steven; Untitled (So Tell Me Who's the Nigger Now); January 24-28, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 23 3/4"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/40, 6/40; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Image of a man in drag in black face holding a feather duster with text arranged as an eye chart reading "So Tell Me Who's the Nigger Now". Colors used: Beige, Off White, Cold Gray/Brown, Warm Brown/Black.
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Greenfield, Mark Steven; Cause and Effect; 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 32" x 22"; Paper size: 30" x 40"
Edition Number: 13/50; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "13/40 Cause and Effect Mark Steven Greenfield". lower right;


Comments/Description: Minstrel Orchestra in blackface with tornado in background and text. "Weel about turn about and da jis' so / Ebry/ time I weel about I jump Jim Crow". Colors used: Blue Green, Burgundy, Gray/Brown, and Eggshell Yellow.
Number of prints: 1
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Greenfield, Mark Steven; Topsyturvy; n.d.; Image size: 22 1/2"x18 3/4"; Paper size: 30"x22"
Edition Number: 42/65, 43/65; signed.
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Greenfield, Mark Steven; Some Indignities Persist; April 24 and May 8 (year unknown); S/P SUBC; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 25" x 18"; Paper size: 30" x 22"
Edition Number: 28/43, 29/43; prnt: SHG?; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: "Man in blackface holds up dress against wooden fence background with text over printed in the form of an eye chart reading "Some Indignities Persist". Images of people in blackface have been a source of both disturbance and fascination to me. These images are intensely powerful in both their literal statements and in their ability to allow the viewer to create a context through the bias of their associations. Generations of African Americans have suffered grievous injury at the hands of people whose livelihood was derived from creating and reinforcing stereotypes through blackface minstrelsy. The creation of a stereotype was an essential element in maintaining white America's illusion of superiority. It characterized us as buffoons and tricksters, as inherently lazy and immoral and perennial children who were dependent on the paternalism of our "masters" for survival. Slavery, even the post emancipation more subliminal variety, was contingent on making its victims appear to be less than human. The images I've used are taken from late nineteenth century photographs of vaudeville and minstrel show performers. Ironically, blackface minstrelsy, through its wholesale appropriation of African American culture, is recognized as the "America;s first indigenous musical-theater genre." Manifestations exist to this day in everything from black stand-up comedy to the "crews" and "posses" of hip-hop. My work entreats the viewer to look at these images, while at the same time looking through them, to discover an alternate context. It is my hope that the work might offer a glimpse into the origins of some conscious or subconscious contemporary thinking with regard to race, color, and gender. If you are discomforted by what you see, I invite you to examine those feelings, for out of this examination will come enlightenment." Colors used: Rust/Beige, Off White, Dark Gray, and Gray Black.
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Greenfield, Mark Steven; Untitled (Sometimes We Become What We Hate); January 24-28, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18" x 23"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/50, 6/50; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Image four men in drag in black face holding golliwog dolls with text arranged as an eye chart reading "Sometimes We Become What We Hate". Colors used: Beige, Off White, Warm Dk Brown, Warm Brown/Black.
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Greenfield, Mark Steven; Untitled (So Tell Me Who's the Nigger Now); January 24-28, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 23 3/4"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/40, 6/40; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Image of a man in drag in black face holding a feather duster with text arranged as an eye chart reading "So Tell Me Who's the Nigger Now". Colors used: Beige, Off White, Cold Gray/Brown, Warm Brown/Black.
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Greenfield, Mark Steven; Cause and Effect; 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 32" x 22"; Paper size: 30" x 40"
Edition Number: 13/50; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "13/40 Cause and Effect Mark Steven Greenfield". lower right;


Comments/Description: Minstrel Orchestra in blackface with tornado in background and text. "Weel about turn about and da jis' so / Ebry/ time I weel about I jump Jim Crow". Colors used: Blue Green, Burgundy, Gray/Brown, and Eggshell Yellow.
Number of prints: 1
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Gronk, Dumbbell; (Aug 14-20) 1992; Coventry; Image size: 34'' x 25''; Paper size: 34'' x 25''
Edition Number: 47/60, 48/60; prnt: Richard Balboa; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Dumbbell, 47/60, Gronk". lower right corner;


Comments/Description: The image is of thick black, blue and light blue lines layered to create a jumbled effect. Upon closer examination, figures such as skulls, leaves and lips are visible within the chaos of the whole. The central focus is a calavera head. Colors used: 1. Light Blue Royal, 2. Dark Blue Navy, 3. White, 4. Black. "Layers of ink crossing out each other. Defining the paper with a visual no-language (sic.)" Gronk
Number of prints: 2
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Gronk, Untitled Number Two; (Dec 16-24) 1982; Atelier 4; Arches, with water marks; Image size: 25" x 17"; Paper size: 29 1/2" x 21 1/2"
Edition Number: 12/25, 18/25, 22/25, 25/25; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "Untitled No Two, 12/25, Gronk, 83".


Comments/Description: Pink cross with many blue details using photo stencils
Number of prints: 4
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Gronk, Untitled Number Three; (Dec 16-24) 1982; Atelier 4; Arches, with water marks; Image size: 25" x 17"; Paper size: 29 1/2" x 21 1/2"
Edition Number: 12/25, 18/25, 22/25, 25/25; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image reads: "Untitled No Three, 12/25, Gronk, 83".


Comments/Description: Light pink cross with blue-black details
Number of prints: 4
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Gronk, Untitled Number One; (Dec 16-24) 1982; Atelier 3; Arches, w/water marks; Image size: 25" x 17"; Paper size: 29 1/2" x 21 1/2"
Edition Number: 18/25, 22/25, 25/25; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image reads: "Untitled No One, 18/25, Gronk, 83".


Comments/Description: There is a pink cross with light green details.
Number of prints: 4
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Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores; Flores Para Las Mexicana's; (Sept) 1987; Image size: 24 1/4" x 17 1/2"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 37/55; prnt: Oscar Duardo; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image reads: "37/55, Flores Para Las Mexicana's, Dolores Guerrero-Cruz, 10/78". embossed "SHG" located within the image on the lower left side;


Comments/Description: There is an open window through which a town can be seen. A flower vase with flowers, and two small photographs are on a table. The main colors are: orange, yellow, purple, and aqua blue. "Again this is a tribute to the women of Mexican heritage. The scene in the background is where my father and grandparents were born. This scene involves two women of the same culture coming together in the homeland." D. Guerrero-Cruz
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Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores; Jugo De Naranja; (July 12-16) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 26" x 38"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/58, 20/58; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image reads: "4/58, Juego de Naranja, Dolores Guerrero-Cruz, '94". center;


Comments/Description: "Red Dog in foreground. Orange [colored] orange in background. Dark clouds in sky and green Palm on side of Dog." Colors used: 1. Orange, 2. Yellow Orange, 3. Transp. Red, 4. Blue Green, 5. Dark Red, 6. Varnish, 7. Purple, 8. Trans White, 9. Deep Purple.
Number of prints: 2
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Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores; The Bride; (Feb 19-28) 1985; Atelier 5; Stonehenge 320 gram-white; Image size: 22" x 33 3/4"; Paper size: 27 3/4" x 39 3/4"
Edition Number: 4/88, 26/88, 35/88; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/88, & Dolores Guerrero-Cruz".


Comments/Description: Adult female figure with a skull face wearing a white dress. Child wearing white dress with flowers. Textured purple, blue, magenta and ochre background. "The bride is a statement about my struggle as an artist, who leaves the professional field of art in order to survive as a single parent. During this time, this woman feels like she is slowly dying because she is not able to be what she wants to be. This is not against marriage, but a statement that one must be what she really wants to be before she can be anything else. Women have a harder struggle than men simply because we are women; I hope that for the women of tomorrow the struggle will be easier to make their lives better." D. Guerrero-Cruz.
Number of prints: 3
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Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores; Peacemakers; (Nov 4-7) 1985; Atelier 6; Accent 290 gram - white; Image size: 27 3/4" x 22 11/16"; Paper size: 27 3/4" x 22 11/16"
Edition Number: 45/45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on lower edge of image reads: "45/45, title, signature and '85" . None; Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Full bleed. Three children with "Superman", "Spiderman", and "Batman" on a yellow background with red dots. This print depicts the irony of three Chicano children growning up in an Anglo society with images of the society, therefore losing the heritage. It also speaks to the idea that children can be taught to save the world of nuclear war with their peacemaking friends." D. Guerrero-Cruz.
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Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores; Mujeres Y Perros; (March 3-6) 1987; Atelier 9; Westwind; Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 40" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/45, signature and 1987" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Reclining nude female on a blue bed. Gray background. A window and two red dogs.
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Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores; La Mujer Y El Perro; (Feb 15-19) 1988; Atelier 11; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 22" x 18"; Paper size: 24 1/4" x 20 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/48; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/48, La Mujer y El Perro, Dolores Guerrero-Cruz, and 2/88". "SHG" chops located in the bottom left hand corner of the image ;


Comments/Description: Image of a woman sitting on a bed with her back towards you. She's facing the window looking at a dog outside the window. "The dog or perro symbolizes men or man. It's a concept of men chasing women. This woman does not want to be chased and therefore hides in her room, holding her body in despair. This is print A." D. Guerrero-Cruz.
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Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores; El Perro Y La Mujer; (Feb 15-19) 1988; Atelier 11; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 24 1/4" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 18"
Edition Number: 4/48; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/48, El Perro y La Mujer, Dolores Guerrero-Cruz, 2/88" . Bottom right hand corner of image.;


Comments/Description: Image of a dog howling at a woman in the window. Colors used: 1. Ocher (sic.) (Flesh), 2. Ocher (sic.) (Flesh), 3. Melon (split fountain), 4. Light Purple, 5. Yellow, 6. Yellow Orange (Peach), 7. Red, 8. Dark Purple, 9. Blue, 10. Green, 11. Ocher (sic.), 12. Dark Blue. "The dog or Perro symbolizes men or man. It's a concept of men chasing women. This woman does not want to be chased and, therefore, hides in her room holding her body in despair. This is Print A." D. Guerrero-Cruz
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Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores; Angels Over L.A. - The Falling Heart; (May 20-25) 1991; Atelier 17; Westwinds; Image size: 36" x 26"; Paper size: 36" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/64; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom reads: "4/64, title and signature" . bottom right hand corner;


Comments/Description: Two angels in a cloudy sky with yellow lightening in the corners. The angels are flying to the center where a red flaming heart is falling. Colors used: 1. Tran Light Ochar (sic.), 2. Tran. Brown, 3. Tran. Purple, 4. Yellow, 5. Tran. Red, 6. Tran. Ultra Blue, 7. Lt. Orange, 8. Tran. Violot (sic.), 9. Tran. White, 10. Tran. Red, 11. Pastel Yellow, 12. Tran. Grape, 13. Tran. Bronze, 14. Gold, 15. White-Silver, 16. Purple, 17. Red. "The content of this print is; The Angels (sic.) represent people of Los Angeles whom are always willing to rescure a heart in trouble. The hearts can be someone in love with a broken hart or a concern that affects the masses of people. [An e]xample is the decline of education in Los Angeles. Everyone has a different convern and the heart represent that concern. The Angels (sic.) are the Heros." D. Guerrero-Cruz.
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Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores; Phoenix; (Nov. 18-24) 1992; Images Of The Future; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 16 1/4" x 22 3/8"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/60, 18/60; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/60, 'Phoenix', Dolores Guerreo-Cruz, '92". left hand corner;


Comments/Description: Image of a fire burning and six dark silhouettes of human figures with purple hard hats. A bent street sign reads: "Soto St." Oversized busts of a woman and a child appear behind the courtain of fire, both of them smiling and looking at the viewer. A yellow moon is in the upper right corner against a black background. Colors used: 1. Lt. Yellow, 2. Trans Flesh, 3. Trans Red, 4. Trans Blue Purple, 5. Trans Orange, 6. Trans Red Purple, 7. Metallic Blue. "The concept of this print is to educate our children, so they have something to look forward [to] instead [of] riots. The Phoenix symbolizes a new beginning." D. Guerrero-Cruz.
Number of prints: 2
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Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores; Sometimes...; (May 8-13) 1992; Atelier 14 L.A. Riots; Westwinds; Image size: 20 1/2" x 14 1/4"; Paper size: 28" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/52, 22/52; prnt: Richard Balboa; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below image area reads: 'Sometimes...', 4/52, Dolores Guerrero-Cruz, '92". lower right of paper;


Comments/Description: A male angel who seems to be coming out of a vibrant red fire is carrying a fainted woman in his arms. Three small angels fly around the couple. The sky is dark and cloudy containing several light pink horses blending in with the clouds. Colors used: 1. Process Yellow, 2. Process Magenta, 3. Process Cyan, 4. Metallic Gold (transparent), 5. Lavender (touch up), 6. Process Black. "I guess this image can be looked at as a love story. It can also be looked at as a social story, with the women in distress while the angel would be the solution. Either way the women (sic.) or social problem is being recused. The horses indicate the seriousness of this problem and love can be so serious." D. Guerrero-Cruz.
Number of prints: 2
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Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores; Fall of the Innocent; (June 21, July 17) 1997; Atelier 30; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/58; prnt: José Alpuche; Signed. Left hand corner;


Comments/Description: Woman in nightgown sits up in her bed as a red dog gazes at her. Colors used: 1. Black, 2. Red, 3. Yellow, 4. White, 5. Blue, 6. Yellow Ochre Light, 7. Bark Yellow Ochre. "A continuation of Mujer y Perros series. Currently I'm working on a comic book with High School students that deals with Teen pregnancy and domestic values. the (sic.) story deals with [a] Teenage (sic.) girl and [a] young adult male. He is abusive, drinks too much and cheats. Still this young woman decides to have this baby. The question is do women give into this situation or is the dog so seductive that we are blinded by love." D. Guerrero-Cruz
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Gutiérrez, Roberto; Avenida Cesar Chavez; (Nov 17-20) 1993; Atelier 23; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 60; Robero Gutiérrez, 1993.


Comments/Description: Signed print. Busy street scene. A bus that says "Av Cesar Chavez" is the central focus. Lots of orange, red, yellow and pink are used. Black border. Colors used: 1. Yellow, 2. Blue, 3. Magenta, 4. Gry (sic.) 5. White, 6. Brown, 7. Dark Blue, 8. Black, 9. T-Medium Yell., 10. T-Dark Brown. "The print Avenida Cesar E. Chavez is in commemeration (sic.) of the name change from Brooklyn Ave to Cesar E. Chavez Ave, in recognition of the peaceful leader Cesar Chavez of the United Farm Workers. The print is also about documenting, in a small way of fashion a period of time, about a particular place and nehborhood (sic.), its people. Trying to capture the local color, fashion and sprite (sic.). The Latinos sprite (sic.), the Chicano sprite (sic.)." R. Gutiérrez
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Gutiérrez, Roberto; Cesar E. Chavez Avenida; (Nov 17-20) 1993; Atelier 23; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/60, 20/60; mtrx :José Alpuche; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the bottom of the print reads: "4/60, Cesar E. Chavez Avenida, Robert Gutiérrez, 94" . embossed "SHG" located on the bottom left ;


Comments/Description: "The local traffic patterns of both local people, commerace [sic] on the former corners of Brooklyn and Gauge Aves wich [sic] well [sic] change to Avenida Cesar Chavez. The conception of the peace was drawn on site over a period of 3 months." White border.
Number of prints: 2
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Gutiérrez, Robert; Self-Help Graphics In East Los; (Nov 10-12) 1992; Images Of The Future; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/28, 16/58; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/58, Robert Gutiérrez, 92" . lower left;


Comments/Description: Multicolored image of a neighbourhood and streetscape. The main building is yellow and green. A woman is sitting on a bench in front of it. A bus full of people is coming through the adjacent street, where a street sign reads: "Brooklyn Av.". In the background one can see houses, palm trees, the moon, stars, and two shooting stars. It is night time and the bus has its lights on. Colors used: 1. Lt. Trans Yell, 2. Lt Trans. Blue, 3. Lt Trans. Red, 4. Lt Trans. Magenta, 5. Lt. Trans. Ultra Blue, 6. Opaque Violet. "The idea for this print started 3 yrs earlyer (sic.) when I first saw the buildig (sic.) is which Self Help Graphics is in. I have buildings, structures and fell in love with [the] shape of the building. Also it's home for me growing up in East Los "and once more seing (sic.)" East L.A. with fresh eyes after a long time of absence. I've painted this building many times before in various forms and nedias. the time was right and I was given the opportunity. The palms (sic.) trees, people in crowded buses, people whiting (sic.) for their bus, the many phones (sic.) poles. It's Home!" R. Gutiérrez
Number of prints: 2
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Guzmán, Margaret; Veil/Veil; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 26 1/8" x 18"; Paper size: 30 1/4" x 22"
Edition Number: 4/65, 6/65; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/65, 'Veil/Veil,' M. Guzmán 1999.". embossed "SHG" insignia at lower left-hand corner of poster.;


Comments/Description: Focal point of poster is a picture of Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz reading to a child and at the same time protecting her. They are both framed by a circular wreath of leaves. The background appears to be roots at the bottom and red and yellow leaves at the top. There appears to be dark writing in lower portion of poster. Guzman "connects the trajectory of the celebrated Juana to Every Woman"--Maestras Ateiler XXXIII 1999.
Number of prints: 2
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Hamada, Miles; Untitled; (Nov 5-6) 1983; Atelier 2; Artprint 25% Rag Archival; Image size: 19" x 25"; Paper size: 22" x 34"
Edition Number: unknown ed.; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil reads: "4/77 and signature" . "SHG" in blue; Fund:partially funded by the Atlantic Richfield Foundation.;


Comments/Description: Three color print: Red, black and transparent. Two figures on an abstracted flag background.
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Hamilton, Vijali; Sight One; Feb 23-27, 1987; Atelier 9; Westwinds; Image size: 24 x 36; Paper size: 26 x 40
Edition Number: 45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; None;


Comments/Description: Medicine Wheel of Rocks and Four Diorections (sic.), Red, Black, White, Yellow. Colors: 1. Black/Brown, 2. Red/Orange, 3.Ultra Blue, 4. Transparent Light Blue, 5. Yellow, 6. Gray, 7. Transparent Brown, 8. Transparent Yellow Ochre, 9. Transparent, 10. Transparent Orange, 11. Transparent Gray/Umber, 12. Transparent Sienna
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Healy, Wayne; Domingo Deportivo; (Apr 19-23) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 26" x 37 1/2"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/51, 20/51; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/51, Domingo Deportivo, Healy, '94". embossed "SHG" below the image on the lower left side;


Comments/Description: There is a lady making tacos on the left side. In the middle, there is a soccer game being played. On the right hand side, there is a soccer player with her daughter. Colors used: 1. Violet, 2. Magenta, DK, 3. Green, Mint, T, 4. Beige, 5. DK Blue, 6. Red, 7. Orange, 8. Yellow, 9. Green, Cad (sic.), 10. Trans Purple, 11. Trans Magenta, 12. Dark Brown, 13. Trans White. Information on the content of the print: "Designed during the USA World Cup 94 Soccer Tourney, the image is an autobiographical image of the artist's experience as a soccer player on Sunday games for company teams. As la seńora prepares tacos, la hija comforts her injured papacito while the game plays on. Ancient Mexican players of ulama are seen in the upper rt hand corner." - Wayne Healy
Number of prints: 2
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Healy, Wayne; Sawin' at Sunset; March 16-20, 1987; Westwinds; Image size: 23 1/2 x 35 1/2; Paper size: 26 x 40
Edition Number: 46; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; None;


Comments/Description: Street fiddler against L.A. skyline. Colors used: 1. Yellow ochre/split fount in yellow, Orange-red, Blue/brown--orange split fount, Gray-blue, Red-pink, Ultra-blue, Lt. blue, Lt. yellow, Dk. blue, Flesh tone, Black, Yellow-orange, Yellow-cream.
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Healy , Wayne; Smokers' Game; Sept. 19-20, 1999; Coventry Rag, 290 grms. (sic.); Image size: 34 3/8 x 23 1/2; Paper size: 44 x 30
Edition Number: 78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Lower Left;


Comments/Description: Major Image; A revolver with a cigarette in the open cylinder. Above is a skeleton with a big sombrero and holding a cigarette. All are on a background of smoke, fire of the deadly habit.
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Healy, Wayne; Achealy's Heel; 2002; Image size: 22"x16"; Paper size: 20"x26"
Edition Number: 4/106, 6/106; signed.
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Healy, Wayne; Bolero Familiar; December 4-7, 2001 and January 15-19, 22-26, and 29-31 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 36" x 50"; Paper size: 36" x 50"
Edition Number: 4/79, 6/79; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; signed. Inscription in marker in image area reads "6/79 Bolero Familiar Healy". lower right;


Comments/Description: Two guys sitting on living room couch play guitars and sing, one girl plays maracas and sings while other girl replaces low E-string on her guitar. A baby girl reaches for Chihuahua hiding under the coffee table. Nana cooks food in the kitchen. I grew up with musk in the house. My aunts and uncles would gather to play boleros made famous by Trio Los Panchos and Los Dandys. Grandma was always cooking food served with her corpus christs style tortillas. My wife has a Chihuahua and the miserable creature keeps showing up in my prints. Colors used: OHCO-U, 523 U Lavender, 106 U Light Yellow, 345 U Light Green, 467 U Light Brown, 185 C Red, EF00 C Flesh, TSRO-C Brown, 300 C Blue, TL00-C Orange, OIRO-C Gray Blue, 468 C Khaki, 1000 U Yellow White, OZAF-U Purple, 165 C Orange, 266 C Violet, Black, Trans White, and 2100 Clear Gloss.
Number of prints: 2
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Healy, Wayne; Achealy's Heel; 2002; Image size: 22"x16"; Paper size: 20"x26"
Edition Number: 4/106, 6/106; signed.
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Healy, Wayne; Bolero Familiar; December 4-7, 2001 and January 15-19, 22-26, and 29-31 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 36" x 50"; Paper size: 36" x 50"
Edition Number: 4/79, 6/79; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; signed. Inscription in marker in image area reads "6/79 Bolero Familiar Healy". lower right;


Comments/Description: Two guys sitting on living room couch play guitars and sing, one girl plays maracas and sings while other girl replaces low E-string on her guitar. A baby girl reaches for Chihuahua hiding under the coffee table. Nana cooks food in the kitchen. I grew up with musk in the house. My aunts and uncles would gather to play boleros made famous by Trio Los Panchos and Los Dandys. Grandma was always cooking food served with her corpus christs style tortillas. My wife has a Chihuahua and the miserable creature keeps showing up in my prints. Colors used: OHCO-U, 523 U Lavender, 106 U Light Yellow, 345 U Light Green, 467 U Light Brown, 185 C Red, EF00 C Flesh, TSRO-C Brown, 300 C Blue, TL00-C Orange, OIRO-C Gray Blue, 468 C Khaki, 1000 U Yellow White, OZAF-U Purple, 165 C Orange, 266 C Violet, Black, Trans White, and 2100 Clear Gloss.
Number of prints: 2
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Hernandez, Ester; The Cosmic Cruise; (Jan 15-18) 1990; Atelier 15; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 38" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/60, 16/60; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom of the image reads: "4/60, title, signature, copyright 90" Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "16/60, 'The Cosmic Cruise', Ester Hernandez (c), '90". embossed "SHG" located on the bottom on the left hand corner;


Comments/Description: Four females in a light and dark blue vintage car (Model T). Background gradation magenta/purple. Border of dark blue. The lower part has several gold circular images of the Aztec moon godess. "The theme is our interconnectedness with each other and the universe. The car represents movement in space, and time is represented by the images of the women. "La virgen de Guadalupe" (the driver) the Mexican-Indian grandmother, the modern Chicana mother and child. The Aztec moon goddess-Coyolxauqui signifies our link with the past. The print is part of my ongoing tribute to la Mujer Chicana." E. Hernandez. "The main central image is of four women in a 'model T' car cruising through the cosmos. The lower part has several gold circular images of the Aztec moon godess." E. Hernandez. Colors used: 1. Pink/Pastel light yellow ochre, 2. Phalo Blue. Tran. Phalo Blue, 3. Trans. Sienna, 4. Indigo Blue, 5. Violet, 6. Magenta/Trans. Magenta, 7. Black, 8. Ultramarine Blue, 9. Purple, 10. Trans. Maroon, 11. Gold.
Number of prints: 2
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Hernandez, Ester; La Ofrenda; (Sept 4-9) 1988; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 33 1/4'' x 23 1/4"; Paper size: 34" x 25"
Edition Number: 17/62; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "17/62, 'La Ofrenda', Ester Hernandez". embossed "SHG" on the lower left hand corner;


Comments/Description: Nude woman with Virgen de Guadalupe tattooed on her back. Coming in from the lower left part of the image is a hand holding a rose. The background is dark blue with gold marks. Nos. (sic.) 61 and 62 and the 2 exemplars (sic.) are in the possession of the artist. Colors used: sienna, burnt sienna, yellow, transparent red, transparent green, transparent blue, pink, black, cobalt blue/dark cobalt, gold, transparent cobalt blue.
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Hernandez, Ester; "If This Is Death, I Like It"; Westwinds; Image size: 32'' x 26''; Paper size: 34 3/4'' x 28''
Edition Number: 70; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; bottom right hand corner;


Comments/Description: "Portrait of Frida Kahlo as a 'Calaca' with a watermelon headdress, & watermelon leaves and flower emanating from her." E. Hernandez "This print is part on my ongoing homage to Chicana-Mexicana women, in thi scase Frida Kahlo. It acknowledges that we are just passing by in time & space and that we are part of everything - the flora, fauna, air, etc. It also makes reference to the fact that after Frida's death, like many artist, she is 'flowering.' This print also symbolizes the transition & release of one's spirit upon death." E. Hernandez. Colos used: 1. Pink, 2. Bright Red, 3. Lime Green, 4. Green, 5. Orange-ochar (sic.), 6. Yellow, 7. Tran. Yellow/orange, 8. Med. poweder blue, 9. Phaylo (sic.) blue, 10. Purple, 11. Tran. purple, 12. Black, 13. Off White.
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Hernandez, Laura; The Encuentro Astral; Aug. 14-17, 1991; Westwinds; Image size: 26'' x 36"; Paper size: 28" x 40"
Edition Number: 55; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Bottom Left Hand Corner;


Comments/Description: "The moon with her locks of birds represents the wind, the sun, the fire, the fish, water and veins of the earth sympolize the natural elements that gives life to mankind." L. Hernandez "I use animal elements to configurate in a human concept the sun and the moon in an amorous reunion in time and space. The motive was due to the two eclipses we had in Mexico, on of the sun and the other the moon." L. Hernandez Colors used: 1. Red, 2. Violet, 3. Med. Yellow, 4. Phalo Blue, 5. Indigo Blue, 6, Black, 7. Light Red, 8. Brown, 9. Gold, 10. Silver, 11. Blue, 12. Lt Ultra Blue, 14. Gold, 15. Orange, 16. Yellow, 17. Silver, 18. White.
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Hernandez, Ester; Con Cariño, Lydia Mendoza; May 15-19, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/76, 6/76; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A portrait of a Mexican American woman dressed in a full length Mexican "Folkloriko" dress. She is holding the top of an upright acoustic guitar. The entire image is framed by a red stripe. Colors used: Bluish Purple-Dark Blue Blended into Light Blue, White (w/ blue tint), Sierra, Ochre, Gold Pearlescents, Green, Red, Purple-Transparent, Opaque Blue/Black.
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Hernandez, Ester; Con Cariño, Lydia Mendoza; May 15-19, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/76, 6/76; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A portrait of a Mexican American woman dressed in a full length Mexican "Folkloriko" dress. She is holding the top of an upright acoustic guitar. The entire image is framed by a red stripe. Colors used: Bluish Purple-Dark Blue Blended into Light Blue, White (w/ blue tint), Sierra, Ochre, Gold Pearlescents, Green, Red, Purple-Transparent, Opaque Blue/Black.
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Herrón, Willie; Lecho De Rosas; Sept. 30 - Oct 3, 1992; Coventry Rag ,290 grams; Image size: 23 3/4" x 35 3/4"; Paper size: 28 1/2" x 41 1/8"
Edition Number: 39/55, 43/55; prnt: José Alpuche; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "39/55, "Lecho de Rosas", WG Herrón [illegible], 92". embossed "SHG" insignia located in lower left corner outside of image area;


Comments/Description: Announcement Poster for "Día de los Muertos." Three skulls amongst flowers in a rose bed. The image resembles stained glass and is framed by patterns that remind of traditional craft work on wood boxes. "Three skeletons with bed sheet sitting ona bed of roses. Border of sun, water, and crickets (symbols)." W. Herrón Colors used: Lt opaque yell (sic.), 2. Lt semi opacque (sic. ) green, 3. Lt trans-blue, 5. Lt trans violet, 6. Metallic gold.
Number of prints: 2
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Herrón, Willie; Untitled; (Oct 23-Nov 1) 1984; Atelier 4; White Stonhenge 245 grams; Image size: 22 1/2" x 27 3/8"; Paper size: 26 1/4" x 32"
Edition Number: 4/82, 34/82; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :positives were Destroyed by printer subsequent to being out of printer possession for two weeks after edition was completed.; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/82 and signature" . None;


Comments/Description: Two foreground figures, two background figures surrounded by green seaweed. Green, yellow, and pink fish and mountains. Transparent colors used: yellow ochre, red, light blue, yellow and a varnish. Colors used: 1. Greyish white, 2. Light green, 3. Light ochre, 4. Light Tan, 5. Light Turquoise, 6. Light Orange, 7. Light Blue, 8. Light Yellow, 9. Grey, 10. Light Magenta, 11. Light Purple.
Number of prints: 2
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Herrón III, Willie F.; Seeds From a Hybrid Generation; October 30-November 03, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18" x 24"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/129, 6/129; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "4/129 Seeds From a New Generation WFH". lower right.;


Comments/Description: Overlaying images and zine articles taken from various publications and flyers from THE VEX from 1980, including THE VEX stage back drop THE VEX HEAD. To Document Self-Help Graphics' contribution to the rise and fall of the influence THE VEX had on the hybrid Punk and New Wave Movement by Chicano Musicians for E.L.A. Colors used: Grey (Warm), Orange (Dull), Deep Red (Dull), Burgandy Red (Dark), and Black.
Number of prints: 2
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Herrón III, Willie F.; Seeds From a Hybrid Generation; October 30-November 03, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18" x 24"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/129, 6/129; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "4/129 Seeds From a New Generation WFH". lower right.;


Comments/Description: Overlaying images and zine articles taken from various publications and flyers from THE VEX from 1980, including THE VEX stage back drop THE VEX HEAD. To Document Self-Help Graphics' contribution to the rise and fall of the influence THE VEX had on the hybrid Punk and New Wave Movement by Chicano Musicians for E.L.A. Colors used: Grey (Warm), Orange (Dull), Deep Red (Dull), Burgandy Red (Dark), and Black.
Number of prints: 2
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Hoyes, Bernard; Macumba Ritual; (Oct 20-25) 1986; Westwinds; Image size: 18 1/4" x 25"; Paper size: 25 3/4" x 18 1/4"
Edition Number: 46; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; None;


Comments/Description: "Central foreground figure in white holding a bird. Multi-color figures in backgroud hand in the air rejoicing." B. Hoyes. Colors used: 1. Peacock Blue, 2. Ultramarine Blue, 3. Scarlet Red, 4. Orange, 5. Light Yellow, 6. Dark Blue, 7. Light Green, 8. Brown, 9. Transparent Brown, 10. White, 11. Transparent White.
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Hoyes, Bernard; Journey To The Astral World; (Oct 19-23) 1987; Atelier 10; Westwinds; Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 36" x 24"
Edition Number: 4/51; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located in the bottom left on the image area reads: "Title, signature and 4/51" . "SHG" chops located in the bottom left hand corner ;


Comments/Description: "Dark starry skies, with white doves flyng beside and above an arched window. Looking out into a seascape as revivalist figures dance in possession, conjuring the spirit world in candlelight." B. Hoyes "Revivalist sect of the new world conjuring ancient spirits through the releasing of doves. This ritual opens the door to the spiritual world, seen only through mediums possessed by spirits of the astral world, praying, prancing, dancing, clapping of hands, trumpeting in the night transends the participants into the world of the Eternal." B. Hoyes. Full Bleed. Colors used: 1. Blue, 2. Medium Yellow, 3. Green, 4. Light Yellow, 5. Red, 6. Transperent (sic.) Orange, 7. Ceureulen (sic.) Blue, 8. Tranperent (sic.) Light Blue, 9. Transperent (sic.) White, 10. Black/Dark Blue - split fountin (sic.), 11. White/Medium Yellow - split fountin (sic.), 12. Brown.
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Hoyes, Bernard; Mystic Drummer; 1996; Atelier 28; poster; Image size: 22 1/2" x 16 1/2"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 39/57, 46/57; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. below image center;


Comments/Description: Old Rastafarian in tattered rags beating a drum, with coal iron stove behind him. In front, kerosene tin lamp burns. Over head a Bob Marley poster taped to the wall. Symbolic reference to living a humble, mystical life. Colors which predominate are: red, green, yellow, blue, and violet.
Number of prints: 2
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Hoyes, Bernard; Sanctified Dance; August 14-19, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. centered;


Comments/Description: Group of figures in a Revival Ritual that involves hand clapping, tambourines and dance. Colors used: Light Yellow (O), Ultramarine Blue, Green, Red (Dark), Trans White, Warm Red (Trans), Deep Yellow (Trans), Brown (trans), Transparent Magenta, and Gloss Varnish.
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Hoyes, Bernard; Block Party Ritual; April 2-10, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 14" x 33"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/121, 6/121; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. centered;


Comments/Description: Central Figures swirling as a conga players emerge as well as evoke the swirls, symbolizing the rythm of the music. To the left figures in praising motion to the right, figures in chorus against city scape of sky scrapers and palms over seen by concentric skies in rhythm. Colors used: Green Pantone 355c, Orange Pantone 021c, Cyan (Process)-2c, Blue Pantone 286c, Yellow (warm) 2c, Transparent White, Warm Red C, Tan Pantone 158c, White 50%, Red Pantone 200c, Violet Pantone 70% bare, and Varnish (overall).
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Hoyes, Bernard; Sanctified Dance; August 14-19, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. centered;


Comments/Description: Group of figures in a Revival Ritual that involves hand clapping, tambourines and dance. Colors used: Light Yellow (O), Ultramarine Blue, Green, Red (Dark), Trans White, Warm Red (Trans), Deep Yellow (Trans), Brown (trans), Transparent Magenta, and Gloss Varnish.
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Hoyes, Bernard; Block Party Ritual; April 2-10, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 14" x 33"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/121, 6/121; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. centered;


Comments/Description: Central Figures swirling as a conga players emerge as well as evoke the swirls, symbolizing the rythm of the music. To the left figures in praising motion to the right, figures in chorus against city scape of sky scrapers and palms over seen by concentric skies in rhythm. Colors used: Green Pantone 355c, Orange Pantone 021c, Cyan (Process)-2c, Blue Pantone 286c, Yellow (warm) 2c, Transparent White, Warm Red C, Tan Pantone 158c, White 50%, Red Pantone 200c, Violet Pantone 70% bare, and Varnish (overall).
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Huerta, Leticia; Elegie; (Mar. 13-17) 2001; Special Project; Coventry Rag, 290 grams; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: Joe Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Lower Left;


Comments/Description: Red roses with music sheet and 5 photos in cross configuration. "This print is about my father's recent death. The Elegie is a piece that my son was learning and had wanted to play at his grandfather's funeral. He didn't get to do that so I have placed their images and the music on this print to, in a sense, give them both this last opportunity to share their music." - L. Huerta Colors used: 1. Clear blue, 2. Yellow, 3. Light green, 4. Dark green, 5. Dark red, 6. Off White, 7. Transparent white, 8. Violet, 9. Black, 10, Grey.
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Huerta, Salomon; Cara de Chiapas; n.d.; Atelier 26; poster; Image size: 15" x 12 7/8" ; Paper size: 26" x 19 7/8"
Edition Number: 43/58, 44/58; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Sketch in black of a child with closed eyes centers the print. Light peach brush strokes surround the head with symbol in cerulean blue. Unidentified mark at lower left.
Number of prints: 2
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Huerta, Leticia; Elegie; March 13-17, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: Joe Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Red roses with music sheet and 5 photos in cross configuration. Colors used: Clear Blue, Yellow, Light Green, Dark Green, Dark Red, Off White, Transparent White, Violet, Black, Grey.
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Huerta, Salomon; Untitled (María Felix); May 28-June 1 and June 18; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/120, 6/120; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; unsigned. lower left;


Comments/Description: Maria Felix on a red background. Colors used: Fusia 21u - 232u, Dark Pink pr-63-semitrans, Light Dusty Purple, Pale Pink Opaque, Red 70% Opaque, White Opaque, Light Fusia Opaque, Black Opaque, Brown/Purple 70& opaque, Trans/White, and Clear Gloss.
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Huerta, Leticia; Elegie; March 13-17, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: Joe Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Red roses with music sheet and 5 photos in cross configuration. Colors used: Clear Blue, Yellow, Light Green, Dark Green, Dark Red, Off White, Transparent White, Violet, Black, Grey.
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Huerta, Salomon; Untitled (María Felix); May 28-June 1 and June 18; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/120, 6/120; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; unsigned. lower left;


Comments/Description: Maria Felix on a red background. Colors used: Fusia 21u - 232u, Dark Pink pr-63-semitrans, Light Dusty Purple, Pale Pink Opaque, Red 70% Opaque, White Opaque, Light Fusia Opaque, Black Opaque, Brown/Purple 70& opaque, Trans/White, and Clear Gloss.
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Ibańez, Leonardo; Sueńos Y Mitos; 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Image size: 24 1/4" x 16 1/4"; Paper size: 28" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/58, 22/58; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "'Sueńos Y Mitos', 4/58, Leonardo Ibańez, 92". embossed "SHG" chopmark located on the lower right corner;


Comments/Description: Multicolored composition of a horse, a guitar, a sun, and two cocks facing each other. The background is dark purple. "My print is related with images who came from our South-American mythology. Images representing the struggle for a better and dignify (sic.) way of living, those images are fundamental because will (sic.) find them everywhere - the sun (Maya, Inca, Deguita, Aztec, et. (sic.)) - the horse symbol of how the struggle is passing from one generation to other. The bird our nature and the guitar is a symbol of our natural song." L. Ibańez.
Number of prints: 2
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Jimenez Underwood, Consuelo; La Virgen de los Nopales; May 18-23, 2003; Atelier XLII - Maestras 4; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/72, 6/72; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: "Nopales with the Americas are under an intense barbed wire rain. The Virgens are watching. America is represented by the nopal. The continent is under attack. The barbed wire that cut up our land are still raining upon us. The virgen watches. The sun, moon, and flower below are uncertain and uncomfortable with the situation." Colors used: Green - warm-mid, Blue - Light Turq., Brown - Light warm, Magenta, Light Warm Grey, and Black Rain".
Number of prints: 2
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Jimenez Underwood, Consuelo; La Virgen de los Nopales; May 18-23, 2003; Atelier XLII - Maestras 4; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/72, 6/72; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: "Nopales with the Americas are under an intense barbed wire rain. The Virgens are watching. America is represented by the nopal. The continent is under attack. The barbed wire that cut up our land are still raining upon us. The virgen watches. The sun, moon, and flower below are uncertain and uncomfortable with the situation." Colors used: Green - warm-mid, Blue - Light Turq., Brown - Light warm, Magenta, Light Warm Grey, and Black Rain".
Number of prints: 2
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Kemp, Randy; Spiritual Warrior; (Feb 8 - 12) 2000; Atelier 35; Coventry Rag, 290 grams; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Lower Left;


Comments/Description: Yellow/Orchor (sic.) Figured and Background. Blue Angel Wings. Four Circular design elements aat bottom foreground (Horse, Eagle, Turtle, and Buffalo). Colors used: 1. Yellow Orchor (sic.) (Fig./Backrd), 2. Dark Purple/ Red, 3. Light Blue (Wings) 4. Red/Orange, 5. Deep Red/ Black
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Kemp, Randy; Spiritual Warrior; February 8-12, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Yellow/Orchor Figured and Background. Blue Angel Wings. Four Circular design elements at bottom foreground (Horse, Eagle, Turtle, and Buffalo). Colors Used: Yellow Orchor, Dark Purple/Red, Light Blue, Red/Orange, Deep Red/Black.
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Kemp, Randy; Spiritual Warrior; February 8-12, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Yellow/Orchor Figured and Background. Blue Angel Wings. Four Circular design elements at bottom foreground (Horse, Eagle, Turtle, and Buffalo). Colors Used: Yellow Orchor, Dark Purple/Red, Light Blue, Red/Orange, Deep Red/Black.
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Kirkpatrick, Garland; ¡No Más Tratos! (No More Deals!); July 30-31, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 16"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/91, 6/91; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; unsigned. lower left;


Comments/Description: A brown and black empowerment poster. Brown and black fists join in solidarity against corporate control of affordable housing.
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Kirkpatrick, Garland; ¡No Más Tratos! (No More Deals!); July 30-31, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 16"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/91, 6/91; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; unsigned. lower left;


Comments/Description: A brown and black empowerment poster. Brown and black fists join in solidarity against corporate control of affordable housing.
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Kittredge, Nancy; More Than We Seem; 1993; Images Of The Future; Image size: 15 7/8" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/73, 14/73; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/73, 'More Than We Seem', Kittredge, '93". embossed "SHG" insignia located in lower left corner of the print;


Comments/Description: The print is divided by a scene which takes place on a stage and the scene below it. A pale body in the middle of the stage floats in a stream of light towards a cross. Figures hide behind or hold the curtains through which we view the scene. Stairs descend from the stage to the place beneath. Three figures stuggle in turbulent waves which crash against the stage. "'More Than We Seem' is a focus for man's triumphant ability through faith to overcome all the adversities one encounters in human existence. Man is a spiritual being with power for good (or evil). But we can break through the prisons (stage left and right giants) of war, famine, greed, illness, etc by using our powers for good. Those who do not are destined to fall (the first two falling figures), but always have the option to change for the better, as St. Paul did. The nature beyond the set represents the spirit world. The set, the natural or earthly life." N. Kitterage
Number of prints: 2
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La Marr, Jean; Some Kind Of Buckaroo; (Mar 12-15) 1990; Atelier 15; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 24" x 36"; Paper size: 26" x 38"
Edition Number: 4/58, 16/58, 44/58; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "16/58, 1990, Some Kind of Buckaroo, La Marr". embossed "SHG" on the bottom right corner;


Comments/Description: Nine colors. A purple and yellow polarized "buckaroo" behind three strands of gray metalic barbed wire. Middle ground of earth's horizon in beige with alace pattern. Background of two planes flying east. Purple/gray metalic sky. "The warrior spirit continues in contemporary times. Encroachment on sacred land area of nature by people for U.S. military testing, and fencing off lands keeping Indian people from sacred areas. Indian cowboy is the symbol of Indian resistance. Lace is symbolic of the feminine relating to mother earth, beauty and delicacy. Nature people, indigenous people are knowledgable of the care of mother earth. Nature people are being cast off from their traditional land." J. LaMarr.
Number of prints: 3
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La Marr, Jean; I Heard the Song of My Grandmothers; (July 23 - Aug. 3) 1990; L.A. Festival; Westwind (heavyweight); Image size: 35" x 47"; Paper size: 38" x 50"
Edition Number: 67; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Bottom left hand corner;


Comments/Description: World collage with three women, Indain grandmothers juxatposed (sic.) 3 variations from the picture plane. Earth is in the background with silver and off white clouds. Designs of Indain culture are placed around the bottom. Colors used: 1. Tran. Milori blue, 2. Mauve, 3. Magenta, 4. Blue-Purple, 5. Tran. Magenta, 6. Aqua blue, 7. Gold, 8. Silver, 9. Beigh (sic.) - Cream, 10. Purple, 11. Silver-Black. "The content refers to the connection of the North and Central American Indians through some linguistic group, Uto-Aztecan. The designs (sic.), largest, is a mountain-climbing design (traveling), and design on the woman on the right is symbolic for the diamond back snake. The design (serpent) at the bottom is from Mitlah, Central Mexico, same language group as the Paiute. The grandmother in the front is also symbolic of the displaced people in L.A. by the white man. The Helicopters (sic.) refer to the spraying and the intimidation by the govt (sic.) which Indian people have experienced for 500 years. North American Indians migrated thousands of years ago, and this migration is continuing today as evidenced by the numbers of Mexican Indian in Los Angeles." J. La Merr
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Lane, Leonie; Vulcán de Pacaya; (Mar. 6-10) 1989; Atelier 13; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 24" x 36"; Paper size: 27 1/2" x 25"
Edition Number: 55; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Bottom right side of image;


Comments/Description: A vetical format, 24" x 36", divided into 2 contained sections. The larger setion on the left is the main image area featuring a might scene illuminated by a (sic.) active volcano (Vulcán de Pacaya), fireworks, campfires and fireflies. Two figures stack the fire. A silhouetted throny bush separates them from a smoke winding its way along the base of the image, a dry branch, leading into the slender vertical section on the right - a detail of the inside of the volcano (sic.). "This print is based on my New Year's Eve 1988-89 spend with a small crowd of 14 people on top of Vulcán de Pacaya just south of Guatemala City, Guatemala. The combination of the active volcano, fireworks, campfire + fireflies is a potent mixture of heat and night - + symbols. the volcano alone, is a symbol for many things - underlying tensions exploding to the surface - political, social, sexual and emotional. This particular night + this particular mountain serves as a stage for reflection or events of the present + future. Fire is a catalyst for change, ignition of passion, destruction of the old, commencement of the new." L. Lane. Prints distrubuted (sic.) as follows: Nos. 35 thru 50 - SHG/ Nos. 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15, 17,19,21 and 50 thru 55 - Artists/ Nos. 2 & 4 - Archieves (sic.)/ Nos.6, 8, 10, 12 - Collectors/ Nos. 14, 16, 18 - Documentation/ Nos. 23 thru 31 - Atelier members/ Nos. 20, 22, 32, 33 & 34 - Exhibition.
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Leal, Steve; Untitled; (Oct 29-30) 1983; Atelier 2; Artprint Archival 25% rag; Image size: 19" x 25"; Paper size: 22" x 34"
Edition Number: 4/77; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil in the lower right reads: "4/77 and signature" . "SHG" purple logo at the bottom; Fund:partially funded by the Atlantic Richfield Foundation.;


Comments/Description: Five color image: light green, dark green, gray blue woman. White lilies on a light blue background.
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Ledesma, Andy; Flor de Esperanza; S/P Atelier 29; Coventry Rag 2909R981; Image size: 21" x 30"; Paper size: 28" x 36 1/2"
Edition Number: 82; prnt: José Anponche; mtrx :Destroyed; Lower Left;


Comments/Description: Dia de Los Muertos theme, graphic design on a multi-colored flooed monoprint background. "This print is a homage to Posada, it features the calavera figures involved in various activities. From dancing to worshiping at the altar. Dancing figures throughout a a (sic.) dancing mariachi band in the background. A special feature of thse prints is the colorful floods used in teh (sic.) screening process proved for a very colorful color combinations." A. Ledesma
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Ledesma, Andy; Day of the Dead; 1996; not in Atelier 26 or 28; poster; Image size: 31" x 21"; Paper size: 36 3/4" x 28"
Edition Number: unknown ed.; lower left corner before the title;


Comments/Description: A scene of a group of skeletons celebrating. Some are playing instruments while others are dancing. Scene primarily in shades of blue. Around the edges of the print are square shaped pieces colored in green, yellow, and white. Text in capital dark blue letters reads "Self-Help Graphics Day of the Dead. Dia de los Muertos 1996. Flores de Esperanza."
Number of prints: 3
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Ledesma, Andy; Flores de Esperanza; n.d.; Atelier 29-31 #4 & #6; Image size: 31" x 21"; Paper size: 37 1/4" x 26 5/8"
Edition Number: unknown ed.; not Signed.


Comments/Description: Skeletons in rainbow colors playing instruments and celebrating. In a scroll banner it says "Dia de los Muertos 1996 Flores de esperanza."
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Lee, Betty; Seekers Of Gold; 1999; Atelier 34; Coventry Rag, 290 grams; Image size: 16" x 20"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/51, 6/51; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Lower right;


Comments/Description: The background consists of four different vertical rectangles of men's faces in dark blue tones; an outline map of the United States in red with statistical dots and directional lines emanate from siljouettes (sic.) of Chinese laborers circa early 1900. Colors used: 1. Milori blue, 2. T-DK Cyan Blue, 3. T-LT Trans baby blue, 4. Y-Ultra Marine blue, 5. O-Yellow, 6. O-Red, 7. O-Black. "Seekers of Gold refers to the desire of statistical information in matters especially of immigration and its effect on commerce, population and culture. Real numbers and actually unavailable (sic.) in this work, and the statistical symbols are misleading. And just as well - Americans seem to prefer the statistics in their imaginations. Seekers of Gold is intended for the viewer to recall the prevailing attributes given to Chinese immigrants who arrived in the United States in the 19th and 20th centuries. Despite laws intended to prevent discrimination in the workplace, the impact of the newly-arrived, then and now on American culture is uneasy.
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Lee, Betty; Seekers of Gold; July 28-30, August 3, and December 7-8 1999; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 20"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/51, 6/51; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: The background consists of four different vertical rectangles of men's faces in dark blue tones; an outline map of the United States in red with statistical dots and direction lines emanate from siljouettes [sic] of Chinese laborers circa early 1900. Colors used: Milori Blue, T-DK Cyan Blue, T-LT. Trans baby Blue, T-Ultra Marine Blue, O-Yellow, O-Red, and O-Black.
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Lee, Betty; Seekers of Gold; July 28-30, August 3, and December 7-8 1999; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 20"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/51, 6/51; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: The background consists of four different vertical rectangles of men's faces in dark blue tones; an outline map of the United States in red with statistical dots and direction lines emanate from siljouettes [sic] of Chinese laborers circa early 1900. Colors used: Milori Blue, T-DK Cyan Blue, T-LT. Trans baby Blue, T-Ultra Marine Blue, O-Yellow, O-Red, and O-Black.
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Lenero, José Castro; Camine, No Camine; (Jan 20-23); Atelier 7; Accent 290 gsm white; Image size: 17 1/2" x 33"; Paper size: 25" x 38"
Edition Number: 44; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; None;


Comments/Description: 18 juxtaposed images.
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Lerma-Barbosa, Irma C.; Sacra-Momento; 1987; Image size: 15 x 1/2" x 21 1/2"; Paper size: 19" x 25"
Edition Number: 20/50; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Irma C. Lerma-Barbosa, c/s, 10/'87.


Comments/Description: In a room there is a Mexican flag and some people on military attire. On the wall there is an image of the 'Virgen de Guadalupe' underneath which it reads: "Free / of the city of / Sacramento by his friends through the / cooperation and efforts of / the southside improvement club / civil works administration of the / United States City of Sacramento / and county of Sa(crame)nto."
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Leńero, Alberto Castro; Susana; (Jan 27-30) 1986; Atelier 7; Accent 290 gram-white; Image size: 24" x 37"; Paper size: 25" x 38"
Edition Number: 40/45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "40/45, title, signature and '86" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Woman's lower torso in shades of gray. Beige worked background. Green facial image in the lower left. On the lower right-hand side is a triangle.
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Leńero, Jose Castro; Camine, No Camine; (Jan 20-23) 1986; Atelier 7; Accent 290 gram-white; Image size: 33" x 17 1/2"; Paper size: 38" x 25"
Edition Number: 4/44; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/44, title, signature and 1986" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Multi-panel grid of Industrial images. Eighteen juxtaposed images. Colors: orange, blue, gold, red, green, gray, yellow, brown and black.
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Limón, Leo; Hummingbird Spirit; (Mar 21-25) 1995; Atelier 25; Coventry Rag-290 grms; Image size: 26" x 40"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/56, 20/56; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "Hummingbird Spirit, 4/56, Limón, '95". embossed "SHG" below the image on the right hand side;


Comments/Description: "Large central figure of feline woman holding swirling scroll that raps [sic] around a corazón. Large green leaf froms at left bottom with hummingbird sucking beautiful flower."
Number of prints: 2
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Limón, Leo; Hermanos Del Fuego; (Aug 3-7) 1987; Westwinds; Image size: 19" x 25"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 40/61; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "40/61, Hermanos del fuego, Limón, 87". embossed "SHG" below the image on the right hand side;


Comments/Description: Many pairs of hands gesturing. Palm trees are in the middle area. At the bottom corners of image are two women pushing baby buggies. Colors: 1. Red, 2. Yellow, 3. Violet Blue, 4. Blue (medium), 5. Green, 6. White "Hands clasped in various positions in the sky... Bottom center corazon has 4 inter-pointing hands... Women and baby carriages walking through different landscape." L.Limón "A friendly hand shake states recognition of self and respect. Mamas have babies and men and women face all directions. Corazon that signifies inner-self as the spirit of life and love." L.Limón
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Limón, Leo; La Crusada; (Apr 1-5) 1991; Atelier 16; Westwinds; Image size: 35 1/2" x 23"; Paper size: 40" x 26"
Edition Number: 16/60; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the right side of image reads: "La Crusada, 16/60, Limón, '91". embossed "SHG" under catus on the bottom right center;


Comments/Description: "Woman with basket of hearts (corazones) on her head, Nopales on both her sides (with red tuna fruit) Bridge with cars and figures with sombreros. Tic-Tac-Toe of love cards, indigenous motifs, horseriders two palm trees (one on each side), Two large silouette [sic] faces with speech symbols. Liberty bell-flying fish, artists paletts [sic] with flags." Colors used: 1. Trans. Powder Blue, 2. Violet, 3. Bright Red, 4. Transparent Brown, 5. Phaylo (sic.) Blue, 6. Trans. Light Brown, 7. Green, 8. Off-White, 9. Yellow, 10. Dark Marine Blue. "The story is about my nana when she crossed over to the U.S.A. in 1915. The royal sombrero society crosses over the bridge and the Tic-Tac-Toe of love game we all play. The indigenous symbols which show that we are as one, the horseriders (sic.) show the conquistadores and the anglo-saxon pilgrim then and now as the greenhouse effect manufactures (red truck with greenhouse camper.) The spirit of Wovoka in the ksy (buffalos). The artist paletts (sic.) with flags show us as chicanos an the large silouette (sic.) faces with speech symbols talk of uity (sic.) through the covenent (pledge) belt which on thier sides with the small people with the small people holding hands." L.Limón
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Limón, Leo; Espíritu De Olvera Street; 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 17" x 22 1/2"; Paper size: 17" x 22 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/60, 20/60; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil within the image reads: "Espíritu de Olvera Street, 4/60, Limón, 13x-94". embossed "SHG" within the image on the lower right;


Comments/Description: Full bleed. "Indoor scene, door way with cross above it, large woman pointing at a cross with [her] hand. Boat on water with person rowing boat with passenger that is a giant heart with tic-tac-toe image on the inside on far right side is [a] deity Tezcatlipoca." Colors used: 1. Magenta, 2. Primrose Yellow, 3. Cyan, 4. P (sic.) Ultra Marine Blue, 5. White, 6. Light Pink, 7. Ochre/Yellow, 8. Pink, 9. Red (Blue), 10. Light Brick Brown, 11. Ochre (light brown), 12. Orange yellow, 13. Green (Blue shade). "Olvera Street is a Mexican land mark (sic.) that gets my support - education the the masses on its struggle is shown by the woman pointing to the Olvera Street cross - the illustioinary landscape mothernature following behind her, the womans corazon been rowed toward the cross image and at the far right side I have put in the deity "Tezcatlipoca" as uducator with shield and pencils and as woman." L.Limón.
Number of prints: 2
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Limón, Leo; Bailando Together; (Aug 3-7) 1987; Westwinds; Image size: 19" x 25"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 39/59; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "39/59, Bailando Together, Limón, 87". embossed "SHG" on the lower right hand side;


Comments/Description: "Figures around large green nopales with blue sky with small red hearts." Colors used: 1. Red, 2. Blue, 3. Yellow (straight), 4. Purple (transparent), 5. Green, 6. Blanco "Incorporating a geographical area of the U.S.A. and Mexico with dancers surrounding nopales gives the humanistic qualities of relations and of being as one." L.Limón
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Limón, Leo; Mosaic Corazon; (July 2-3) 1990; L.A. Fest; Image size: 35" x 46"; Paper size: 38" x 50"
Edition Number: 76; prnt: Oscar Duardo; Lower right side;


Comments/Description: "Giant yellow corazon with red rim in center - chair with bust at lower left, bluish/black feline with earring on lower right, three large figures holding corazones in the lower center, purple/violet figures with sombreros across center horizontaly." Colors used: 1. Light blue sky, 2. Red, 3. Yellow, 4. Orange, 5. Medium Blue, 6. Red, 7. Green, 8. Light Trans Tan, 9. Light Trans Yellow, 10. #5 Blue based down, 11. Green, 12. Violet, 13. Trans DK. Blue 14. Trans black, 15. Tan + White. "The corazon symbol which is universal to us all is depicted here with people inside home and around Tipis (sic.). People with their corazones in hand and peace dove flys outside with four direction silhouettes speaking smboles of the four world color groups - red, black, white and yellow. The bust image is of Dr. Carlos D. Almaraz looking across the composition to the sly-eyed feline which sits calm and wagging its tail. Chicano-Meciano sombrero people dance with other colored figures around the corazon." L.Limón
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Limón, Leo; Buenos Días - The Los Angeles River I and II; (Feb. 12 - Mar. 3) 1992; Special Project; Westwinds; Image size: 12 1/4" x 38 1/4"; Paper size: 28" x 40"
Edition Number: 50/50; prnt: Richard Duardo; Lower Left;


Comments/Description: Visual trip of the Los Angeles River in the future, Diptych (two-part print) four bridges (Olympic, Macy, North Broadway and Summynook) Blue sky, white clouds, three giant palm trees, Queen Mary on the left. Colors used: 1. Red, 2. Grey, 3. Blue, 4. Grey, 5. Grey, 6. Yellow, 7. Flesh Color, 8. Blue, 9. Green, 10. Black " - F O L A R - Friends of the Los Angeles River commissioined this screenprint. It depicts the vision I see of the river. FOLAR is trying to start the ball rolling to turn this city's dead river back to life. The changes of the wallss (sic.) into pyramid step like structures (gabions) and the fish, bird and human life that can someday exsist from one point to another in harmony and fun from the mountains to the sea, and fifty-fivemile river park can become reality only if you start spreading the word about it." L.Limón
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Limón, Leo; Muchachas Talk; Summer 1987; Special Project; Westwinds from Paper Source (L.A.); Image size: 35 5/8" x 24 "; Paper size: 37" x 26
Edition Number: 40; prnt: Oscar Duardo;


Comments/Description: "22 color run, figures and faces at bottom, corazon with person climbing stairs, corazon with 2 lovers kissing, flying curved art pencils in the sky" L.Limón
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Limón, Leo; La Ozone Burns II; 1987; Westwinds from Paper Source; Image size: 11" x 35 3/4"; Paper size: 13" x 38"
Edition Number: 45; prnt: Oscar Duardo;


Comments/Description: "Four hands point down, small T.V. sets float across with women and palm trees and a man cruising in his car, bottom of print show a large corazon with a woman, three women and palm trees." L.Limón
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Limón, Leo; The Sun Burns, The Stars Shine; (Mar. 30 - April 3) 1987; Westwinds; Image size: 11" x 35 3/4"; Paper size: 13" x 38"
Edition Number: 45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; None;


Comments/Description: West coast scene of Venice Beach, small Colonial ships, California brown bear and yellow star, Santa Barbara church, condor in the sky and small flying corazones; other side shows dark sky with large heart with stars.
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Limón, Leo; Vida Y Muerte; 1986; Image size: 25 1/2" x 20"; Paper size: 30 1/8" x 22 1/8"
Edition Number: 53/75, 55/75, 56/75; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "53/75, 'Vida y Muerte', Leo Limon [illegible], '86".


Comments/Description: The print is a horizontal compostion separated into two parts. The upper half has a multi-colored four-chamber heart as the focus. Two black figures are climbing stairs within the heart. Two figures of women kneel before the heart, making an offering of a smaller heart. Sky surrounds the image--dark blue with clouds and a moon. Stalks of corn grow beside the heart. The lower half is an image of underground bones and shells above a yellow and orange semi-circle which suggests fire.
Number of prints: 3
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Limón, Leo; Wovoka's Corazon; (Oct. 21-24) 1985; Atelier 6; Accent 290 gsm (sic.) white; Image size: 34 3/4" x 23"; Paper size: 25" x 38"
Edition Number: 45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; None;


Comments/Description: Ten color image; stylised heart, with buffalo and other figures. Colors used: 1. Light cerise trans/mixed, 2. Greyish purple trans/mixed, 3. Purple trans/ mixed, 4. light lbue super trans/mixed 5. Yellow straight, 6. Yellow Orange, 7. Red Straight, 8. Blue Violet, 9. Purple 10. Dark Ultra- Marine Blue
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Limón, Leo; Día de los Muertos, Announcement Poster for; 1979; Image size: 38 3/4" x 24 3/8"; Paper size: 40" x 26"
Edition Number: unknown ed.; Signed;, Inscription in ink inside image area reads: " (c) Imagen por Limón.". below image area reads: "Printing: Hecho en Aztlan Multiples";


Comments/Description: Announcement Poster for "Día De Los Muertos, 4 Nov., 1979." The image is of Virgen De Guadalupe surrounded by a roses crown and two skulls at each side. The background consists of a color gradation of black, purple, and violet. Below image area gray and black lettering announces several events, such as: "A quiet Indigenous Ceremonial"; "Candle Light Parade"; "Parade"; "Mass at Our Lady Of Guadalupe Church"; "Entertainment"; "Public Art Center." There are two versions of this print: the second copy presents a navy blue, purple and violet gradation in the background, and black lettering.
Number of prints: 3
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Limón, Leo; Dando Gracias; 1983; Atelier 2; Artprint 25% Rag; Image size: 18" x 28"; Paper size: 22" x 34"
Edition Number: 4/74 numbered 77; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :unknown; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Title, 4/77 and signature" . "SHG" chopmark in silver metalic below the image; Fund:funded in part by California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.;


Comments/Description: A god holding a yellow, red and green fruit and cactus. White moon. Blue background. "Certain incorrectly numbered-actual edition length is 74, not 77"
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Limón, Leo; Sońando; (Jan 6-9) 1986; Atelier 7; Accent 290 gram-white; Image size: 35" x 22"; Paper size: 38" x 25"
Edition Number: 4/45, 45/45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/45, Leo Limon [illegible], '86" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: A woman sleeps. Her breasts, arm and stomach are exposed, but a blanket covers her below the waist. An image of the upper part of a heart sits behind her--as if it is the rising sun. Small carpets (sarapes) fly above her and around the heart.
Number of prints: 2
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Limón, Leo; Madre Tierra - Padre Sol; (Dec 8-11) 1986; Atelier 8; Westwind; Image size: 35 3/4" x 11"; Paper size: 37 1/2" x 13"
Edition Number: 4/53; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/53 I, II, title, signature and 86" . None as of yet; Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Diptych. Horizontal landscape. Images of Los Angeles, Statue of Liberty, hearts, palm trees and a buffalo, all on a blue and pink textured background. Colors: 1. trans -gray silver, 2. trans - rodine, 3. overal dark outline silver violet, 4. light red, 5. light blue, 6. yellow green, 7. opaque yellow, 8. ultramarine blue, 9. violet, 10. overall dark outline dark blue, 11. 1/2 trans white
Number of prints: 2
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Limón, Leo; Cultura Cura!; 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Image size: 15 7/8" x 23 7/8" ; Paper size: 20" x 28"
Edition Number: 4/62, 22/62; Signed, Inscriptionin pencil below image area reads: "4/62, Cultura Cura!, Leo Limon [illegible], '92". embossed "SHG" chopmark located in lower right corner;


Comments/Description: Interior scene with out-of-scale drawings. On the left corner are three small black silhouettes carrying an enlarged heart, a sun, and what looks like a birthday cake. The bending tip of a pencil is coming out of a hole on the floor. A gigantic picture with the image of a woman in profile with her lips and finger nails in red, wearing a Mexican hat and a braid, and pointing out to the three smaller figures is hanging on the wall. The background is light gray. Colors used: 1. White, 2. Red, 3. Blue, 4. Yellow, 5. Lt. Grey, 6. Blk (sic.). "Within the blue frame is the cosmic chicana that is coming from space pointing to the three figures that are holding Xochitl (precious flower), the Corazon (your heart) and the Olin (Earthquake), the Quetzal pencl of knowledge goes through the wall and come up through the floor and points as the corn stock." L.Limón
Number of prints: 2
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Limón, Leo; Chusma/The Mission; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 26" x 18"; Paper size: 30 1/4" x 22"
Edition Number: 4/100, 6/100; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/100, signature [illegible].". embossed "SHG" insignia on top of signature at lower right of poster;


Comments/Description: There are various images that compose the poster. There are theatrical comedy and tragedy masks, and a Mexican cowboy wearing a brown sombero sticking his tongue out. There are other frames from various skits. To the bottom left is an image of a skeletal friar holding a sword in one hand while wrapping the other arm around an Indian boy.
Number of prints: 2
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Limón, Leo; Morena Y Quetzalcoatl; n.d.; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 22"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :with artist; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: La mujer, madre tierra y la jovencita sit at the bus bench. She's watching Quetzacoatl's word over-taking the huffing-puffing intervention horses as they approach our templo's in Aztlan movimiento is in the Air, the Sky. Colors used: Blue, Tan, Blue (ultra-marine), Yellow (medium), Yellow Green, Red, Orange, Green-Eyes, Green-Bench, Gray, Light Blue, Black.
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Limón, Leo; Morena Y Quetzalcoatl; n.d.; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 22"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :with artist; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: La mujer, madre tierra y la jovencita sit at the bus bench. She's watching Quetzacoatl's word over-taking the huffing-puffing intervention horses as they approach our templo's in Aztlan movimiento is in the Air, the Sky. Colors used: Blue, Tan, Blue (ultra-marine), Yellow (medium), Yellow Green, Red, Orange, Green-Eyes, Green-Bench, Gray, Light Blue, Black.
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Longval, Gloria; La Curandera; (Feb 13-16, 17-19) 1993; Atelier 22; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Lower Left;


Comments/Description: "Strong woman's face looking out at viewer - wearing earrings and rebozo. Top of her head a chicken stands and also looks at viewer. To the woman's right a bird like mask with a rose comingout of its mouth." G. Longval. Colors used: 1. Cigar Base, 2. Opaque Pink, 3. Opaque Rich Brown, 4. T Blue Shade Red, 5. T Stone Grey, 6. T Blue Grey, 7. Lt Trans. Orange, 8. T magenta, 9. Opaque Yellow. "This print is a homage to my grandmother and all the other curanderas (healers) of my cuban barrio. They were the strong women, my role models of my childhood. The chicken-mask, rose were used as spiritual symbols for healing purposes. Abugla's rebozo served as shelter, disguise or garment. The image was epseically created for the atelier program." G. Longval
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Lopez, Alma; Mnesic Myths; (July 20-24) 1999; Atelier 34; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 16" x 20"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/47, 6/47; prnt: Joe Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Lower Left;


Comments/Description: A young woman extends her hands to hold another young woman who lays/rests on the images of coyolxauhqui - the Aztec moon goddess. Befind (sic.) them is a line of drawing coatlique - Earth Goddess, and Popocatepl and Ixtacihuatl. Below is a hand of Aztec codex to symbolize the sky. Colors used: 1. Off White, 2. Beige/Brown, 3. M. Brown, 4. Red Brown, 5. White, 6. Blue Black, 7. Black. "Mnesic Myths is an adjective to describe something that is relative to memory. Mnesic myths, the title, refers to myths which may be remembered or recalled. This silkscreen has the myth of Coatlique and Coyolxauhqui, and the Romeo-Juliette type myth of Popocatepetl and Ixtacihuatl. Both are pre-Colombian myths which are places in western contemporary times with the image of two young homegirls." A. Lopez
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Lopez, Alma; Genesis Woman; (Dec 10-12) 1992; Atelier 21; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26" mtrx :Destroyed;


Comments/Description: "A woman rising from flames, tempted by the serpent and death, holding hands with a mother/guadalupe figure. In the backgournd is a picture frame with a mother and her children/chickens. In the foreground, are apples turning into sarcred heart. Meaning: women helping women or women finding/searching for spirituality + God." A. Lopez. Colors used: 1. Primrose yellow, 2. Trans Red Flesh, 3. Blue Blended into T-Base, 4. Trans Fire Red, 5. Lt Trans Green, 6. Trans Yell (sic.) Orange. "The central figure is a woman, who rises from flames and is tempted by death and the serpent. She holds hands with a mother/guadalupe figure, while reaching to touch a god/goddess hand. Meaning: A woman reaches out to a woman, therefore women are helping women. Also, there is direct reference to the Bible and genesis, therefore there is a search to reinvite the blaming of Eve/women. But also for women to reach a center/spirituality in a belief that does not hold them responsible for the face of man." A. Lopez
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Lopez, Alma; Genesis ; 1992; Images Of The Future; Image size: 23" x 17"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/60, 18/60; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/60, Genesis [female genetic symbol], Alma Lopez, 92". embossed "SHG" located in lower left corner outside image area;


Comments/Description: A young woman who is wearing a white dress is looking up, her right hand about to touch a woman's hand coming from heaven, the left one joining hands with an older woman who represents a virgen and is wearing a green shawl with a golden aura around her. On the ground there is an image of Death wearing a black shawl. The background shows a pattern inside of which there is one more image of a woman with little chicks playing around her. These images are intertwined in a ground of flames, fire, hearts, apples, and a big green snake. The sky is light blue.
Number of prints: 2
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Lopez, Yolanda; Woman's Work is Never Done: Your Vote has Power; 1996; Atelier 28; poster; Image size: 19" x 16 1/4"; Paper size: 25" x 24"
Edition Number: 31/45, 32/45; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Two young women from mid chest facing forward. One with her arm around the other. Background image of women from circa 1919 carrying signs in city street, signs read "Votes for Women." Text reads: Right "From: South Africa to North America." Left: "Amy Biehl · Melanie Jacobs." Bottom: "Woman's Work is Never Done."
Number of prints: 2
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Lopez, Aydee; Sadness, Madness, Anger, Hate!; 1998; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 16" x 22 1/2"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/61, 6/61; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/61, 'Sadness, Madness, Anger, Hate', Aydee". embossed "SHG" insignia at lower left-hand corner of poster.;


Comments/Description: Image on poster is composed of four colorful theatrical masks. From left to right they symbolize sadness, madness, anger, and hate. The background is blue.
Number of prints: 2
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Lopez, Yolanda; "Woman's Work is Never Done" Thank you, Dr. Sandra Hernández and Dr. Nilda Alverio; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 22" x 30 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/73, 6/73; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/73, 'Woman's Work is Never Done', Thank you, Dr. Sandra Hernandez and Dr. Nilda Alverio, Yolanda M. Lopez 1999.". embossed "SHG" insignia in lower left-hand corner of poster;


Comments/Description: The focus of the poster is a woman dressed in a jaguar suit. There are purple flowers to the right of the poster while a hand writes "Rx" on a piece of paper to the left of the image. To the far left is the title "Jaguar Woman Worrier: Woman's Work is Never Done" written sideways on pink background. "Her piece is dedicated to two women who have doctored the social body during our times through policy making and community activism, as well as through their medical practice, Latina doctors Sandra Hernandez and Nilda Alverio"--Maestras Atelier XXXIII 1999.
Number of prints: 2
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Lopez, Alma; Mnesic Myths; July 20-24, 1999; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 20"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/47, 6/47; prnt: Joe Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A young woman extends her hands to another young woman who lays/rests on the image of coyolxauhqui- the Aztec moon goddess. Behind them is a line drawing of coatlique- Earth Goddess, and Popocatepl and Ixtacihuatl. Below is a band of Aztec codex to symbolixe the sky. Colors used: Off White, Beige/Brown, M. Brown, Red Brown, White, Blue Black, and Black.
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Lopez, Alma; Chuparosa; June 11-15, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: Joe Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Colors used: Charcoal/grey, Red, Brown, Blue, Light Grey, Yellow Ochre/Mustard, Orange Red, Transparent White, Transparent Brown, Transparent Black, White, Black, and Gloss.
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Lopez, Alma; Our Lady of Controversy; December 3-7, 2002; Atelier XLI; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 22" x 16 1/4"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/73, 6/73; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "Image of a woman wearing flowers and blue cape, on a flowery-patterned background, held by a bare breasted butterfly angel." Colors used: brown, orange, red brown, flesh, transparent white, blue, green, red, yellow, white, and black.
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Lopez, Alma; Mnesic Myths; July 20-24, 1999; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 20"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/47, 6/47; prnt: Joe Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A young woman extends her hands to another young woman who lays/rests on the image of coyolxauhqui- the Aztec moon goddess. Behind them is a line drawing of coatlique- Earth Goddess, and Popocatepl and Ixtacihuatl. Below is a band of Aztec codex to symbolixe the sky. Colors used: Off White, Beige/Brown, M. Brown, Red Brown, White, Blue Black, and Black.
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Lopez, Alma; Chuparosa; June 11-15, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: Joe Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Colors used: Charcoal/grey, Red, Brown, Blue, Light Grey, Yellow Ochre/Mustard, Orange Red, Transparent White, Transparent Brown, Transparent Black, White, Black, and Gloss.
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Lopez, Alma; Our Lady of Controversy; December 3-7, 2002; Atelier XLI; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 22" x 16 1/4"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/73, 6/73; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "Image of a woman wearing flowers and blue cape, on a flowery-patterned background, held by a bare breasted butterfly angel." Colors used: brown, orange, red brown, flesh, transparent white, blue, green, red, yellow, white, and black.
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Lopez Martinez, Aydee; Moved by Your Rhythmic Eyes; March 25-28 and April 1-3, 2003; Atelier XLI; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 20"x15 1/2"; Paper size: 26"x20"
Edition Number: 4/118, 6/118; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "The print was created to represent the Grand Performances brochure for the 2003 Summer program in downtown Los Angeles." Colors used: Ultramarine Blue semi-trans., Yellow Ochre, Blue shade red, Sienna light, Semi-Opaque white, Magenta, Transparent white, Black, Ultramarine Blue, Transparent white, Magenta, and Gloss.
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Lopez Martinez, Aydee; Moved by Your Rhythmic Eyes; March 25-28 and April 1-3, 2003; Atelier XLI; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 20"x15 1/2"; Paper size: 26"x20"
Edition Number: 4/118, 6/118; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "The print was created to represent the Grand Performances brochure for the 2003 Summer program in downtown Los Angeles." Colors used: Ultramarine Blue semi-trans., Yellow Ochre, Blue shade red, Sienna light, Semi-Opaque white, Magenta, Transparent white, Black, Ultramarine Blue, Transparent white, Magenta, and Gloss.
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Lozano, José; La familia que nunca fue; 1995; Atelier 26; poster; Image size: 33 7/8" x 26"; Paper size: 39" x 30"
Edition Number: 12/47; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: A scene of a family in paper doll format with an audience in the background.
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Lozano, José; La Sonambula; 1998; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 20 1/4" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/58, 6/58; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/58, La Sonambula, José Lozano 1998.". embossed "SHG" insignia at lower left-hand corner of poster ;


Comments/Description: There is a woman canoeing in a river with trees in the background. There are super-imposed outlines of a woman's face which covers the entire image, including the red border.
Number of prints: 2
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Lozano, José; El Ropero de Frida / Frida's Armoir; March 19-23, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 20 1/4"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: The image is of the artist Frida Kahlo. Its an homage to her talent and spirit. The image deals with the allure of Frida Kahlo. Its commenting on Frida becoming as popular as BARBIE. I'm drawn to her strength as an image maker and personality. I like the idea of her being portable and taking her along everywhere physically and spiritually. It's another one of my many homages to her.
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Lozano, José; El Ropero de Frida / Frida's Armoir; March 19-23, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 20 1/4"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: The image is of the artist Frida Kahlo. Its an homage to her talent and spirit. The image deals with the allure of Frida Kahlo. Its commenting on Frida becoming as popular as BARBIE. I'm drawn to her strength as an image maker and personality. I like the idea of her being portable and taking her along everywhere physically and spiritually. It's another one of my many homages to her.
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Lucas, Daniel; Koo Koo Roo; (Jan 26-28) 1993; Country Rag 290 grams; Image size: 16'' x 22''; Paper size: 16'' x 22''
Edition Number: 4/82, 12/82; prnt: Jose Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed; Inscription in pencil on the bottom of the image area reads: "4/82, LUCAS, 93". Embossed "SHG" on lower left.;


Comments/Description: "With "Images of the future" the theme for Atelier XXII[sic.] I choose tradition being kepted[sic] alive in the future. The title of the peice[sic] is "Coo Coo Roo." The tree growing into the form of a schull[sic] represents Mexican tradition/heritage. The young boy (actually is grandfather as a young boy, Grandpa is in his 90's know[sic], the first of the family to com to U.S. from Mexico). The boy is tending to the tree making sure it is watered properly and the tree is growing and very alive in a barren land. As the sun raises the rooster gives his call to everyone to get up, CooCooRoo, Get up it is a new day, Get up and go out into this brand new day, a fresh start and make something good happen. The young boy (Francisco) has always listened to the rooster. Francisco is keeping the tradition alive and will pass on the garden hose that supplies the water to keep the tree rooted in his heritage alive to his son and so on. May we never forget the past of our people but learn to live a better life from it. Keep the tradition alive."
Number of prints: 2
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Lujan, Gilbert 'Magu'; Cruising Turtle Island; (March 10-14) 1986; Atelier 7; Accent 290 grams - white; Image size: 37" x 24"; Paper size: 38" x 25"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/45, title, signature and '86" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Multicolored figure in a blue car. White road. Blue and yellow textured background. Multicolored icons and symbols.
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Luján, Otońo; Break It!; (Sept 10-14) 1993; Atelier 23; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 14" x 20"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/56, 40/56; prnt: Otońo Luján; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/56, 'Break It', Otońo Luján, c/s, 1993". embossed "SHG" below the image on the lower right;


Comments/Description: A man and a woman are staring at the viewer ready to fight. In the background are red and white jagged stripes with light blue barbed wire running in the white area. Colors used: 1. Red (opaque), 2. Blue-grey (opaque), 3. Yellow-Ochre (transparent), 4. Lavendar (transparent). "The young Chicano and young Chicana in this print represent two of many young people who have had enough shit from this gov't (sic.) and have united with a plan for a new society. They have realized that before they can change it (sic.) they must BREAK IT! (sic.)" O.Luján
Number of prints: 2
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Manje, R. David; Dreamers, Magicians, and Star Navigators; February 1-2, 2000; Atelier XXXV; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Stellae carving, fish, crosses, pyramid, multi-blend arch. Colors used: Blend-Purple to Cerulian bl., Yellow-Trans, Red Orange- Trans, Green-Trans, Green-Trans, Dk Violet/Black Opague, Gold-Opaque, Beige-Trans.
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Manje, R. David; Dreamers, Magicians, and Star Navigators; February 1-2, 2000; Atelier XXXV; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Stellae carving, fish, crosses, pyramid, multi-blend arch. Colors used: Blend-Purple to Cerulian bl., Yellow-Trans, Red Orange- Trans, Green-Trans, Green-Trans, Dk Violet/Black Opague, Gold-Opaque, Beige-Trans.
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Maradiaga, Ralph; Lost Childhood; (Oct 1-9) 1984; Atelier 4; Stonehenge 245 gram; Image size: 22" x 30"; Paper size: 28" x 36"
Edition Number: 4/88, 28/88, 34/88; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed by printer; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "4/88, title, signature and '84" Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "28/88, Lost Childhood, Ralph Maradiaga, 84".


Comments/Description: Images are of a red toy fire truck, a "Land of the Lost" lunch box, yellow/brown rocking horse and a blue rectange in a field of green grass. Gloss varnish over entire image.
Number of prints: 3
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Marichal, Poli; Arbol de la Sabiduría; 1997; Atelier 31; Image size: 26 7/8" x 19 1/8"; Paper size: 30" x 22"
Edition Number: 158/170, 167/170; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Human figure forms molded to create a tree. Four triangular sections create: earth, wind, fire, and air. "The compistion plays with polarities and female symbols. The tree is composed of stylized human figures in silver. The tree crown is make of three golden orbs. The sapce is divided by two perpendicular lines that cross creating four triangular spaces that stand for the four elements: Air, Fire, Water, Earth. On the extreme upper corners, two ores (sic.) represent the sun and the moon." Colors used: 1. Blue, 2. Silver, 3. Magenta, 4. Yellow, 5. Black. "The composition, where the rpedominant figure is a tree formed by stylized human figures, is divided in four spaces by perpendicular lines that cross at the center. The four spaces stand for the four elements. On the extreme upper corners, two orbs represent the sun and the moon. The design plays with cabalistic symbols for the sexes and universal polarities. The silkscreen was commissioned by the Puerto Rican Branch of the American Association for Advanced Science. On the lower right corner, the initials A.A.A.S. stant for the aforementioned organization." P.Marichal
Number of prints: 2
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Marquez, Daniel; Por Qué; n.d.; Atelier 30; Image size: 16" x 22" ; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/55; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Man praying with sun on top of his head, stained glass window pieces from a church with an angel carrying one of them. Below is a farmer and barbed wire. Colors used: 1. Light Blue, 2. Yellow, 3. Green, 4. Orange, 5. Ocre (sic.), 6. Purple, 7. Sky Blue, 8. Drk Blue, 9. Light Yellow. "'Por Que' on the edge of the abyss education without defenses drowning man's struggle born into reality metropolitan crime conquest religion death prophecy codes deciphered four directions four races green neutral center journeys without destiny diversely lines barriers walls fences mutilated culture mother country nostalgia there is no return fleeting angel prayer faith energy sun God who are we?" D. Marquez
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Marquez, Daniel; Enseñanza del Sahuaro; 1996; Atelier 28; poster; Image size: 16 1/8" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 56/57; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: A myriad of images make up this print. On the bottom of the print are a row of bricks with Aztec images painted on them. Above the bricks are a green snake, two white eagles, three red roses, a pyramid, a woman, a cluster of skulls, a Native American Indian with an elaborate headdress, boats at sea in the background, and the Virgen Guadalupe.
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Martinez, Isabel; Raza & Culture; (Jan 24-Feb 1) 1995; Atelier 25; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 26" x 38"; Paper size: 30" x 41 3/4"
Edition Number: 4/58, 20/58; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription below the image reads: "4/58, 'Raza & Culture', Isabel Martinez, '95". embossed "SHG" below the image on the bottom left;


Comments/Description: A multi-colored abstract image with many faces/masks and a large heart on the left side. Colors used: 1. Opaque orange, 2. T-Primrose Yell., 3. T-Cadmio Yellow, 4. Cadmio Red, 5. Covalto Blue, 6. T-Shape Green, 7. T-Magenta, 8. T-Shape Green, 9. T-Dark Magenta, 10. Covalto Blue, 11. Black, 12. P. White, 13. O. White. "This print is about my Indian heritage that I have flowing in my blood. I take colors of Indans of my country Mexico. The heard represents to love & pride for my race & culture." I. Martinez
Number of prints: 2
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Martinez, Paul; In Memory of Cesar Chavez; (Nov 12-16) 1993; Atelier 23; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/65, 20/65; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/65, 'Cesars Memory', Paul Martinez. embossed "SHG" below the image on the right;


Comments/Description: A "No Grapes" sticker on the top left side, a Brahma Bull on the lower left had side, and four images of Cesar Chavez in oval portait frames. Also, there are falling letters on the right side. Colors used: 1. Ruby Red, 2. Rusty Brown, 3. Tiel (sic.) Green, 4. Yellow, 5. Orange, 6. Mint Green, 7. Green
Number of prints: 2
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Martinez, Daniel J .; The Promised Land; (Nov 10-14) 1986; Atelier 8; Westwinds; Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 38" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/46; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/46, title, signature and 86" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Green, yellow, blue, and purple landscape. Royal blue sky. Figures, boxes, skeletons. Colors used: 1. gray, 2. blue, 3. red, 4. primrose yellow, 5. transparent yellow, 6. yellow oxide, 7. green, 8. tran. lime green, 9. orange, 10. peacock blue, 11. tran. purple, 12. medium yellow.
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Martinez, Rudy; Kill; (July 28-30) 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Westwinds; Image size: 24 1/4" x 18 1/4"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/61, 22/61; prnt: Richard Balboa; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Kill, 4/61, Rudy Martinez, 1992". embossed "SHG" chopmark located in the lower right corner;


Comments/Description: A skeleton in yellow and red in a gesture of pain and with knife blades coming out from behind his neck. Behind him is an insignia encircled by flames with a United States flag, the California bear, olives, grapes... The background is purple. Colors used: 1. Violet, 2. Blue, 3. Red, 4. Yellow, 5. Mett. Gold, 6. Black. "The print is about death, horror, the total destruction of the human raise (sic.) in the city of Los Angeles, Riots of L.A. 92." R. Martinez
Number of prints: 2
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Martinez`, Julio; ...del altar a la tumba...; n.d.; Atelier XXIX; poster; Image size: 22" x 16" ; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 18/61; Signed. lower left corner;


Comments/Description: Drawing of a woman with a blue face and short, straight black hair. She has brown eyes, red lips, and streaks of blue and red in her hair. The background is brown and there are crosses in the background.
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Martinez, Rudy; Legend; 1998; Atelier 30; Image size: 31 3/4" x 23"; Paper size: 38 3/4" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/54, 6/54; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Lime green skull with 4 arms taking the place of the crossbones. Emblem of "City of Los Angeles Founded in 1787" surrounded by flames on a hot pink background. Colors used: 1. black, 2. magenta, 3. gold, 4. red, 5. blue, 6. silver, 7. green, 8. yellow. "Legend is a clear thundering representation of an uncomfortable reminder that things are not as pleasant as they may seem in the city of Los Angeles, CA. By adding a diverse ultra twist of both dream like and self destruction, the Legend (Print) has captured an ultra pop culture live (sic.) style." R. Martinez
Number of prints: 2
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Martinez, Isabel; Woman of Color; 1997; Atelier 29-31 #4 & #6; Image size: 26" x 37 7/8"; Paper size: 30 1/8" x 44 1/8"
Edition Number: 4/63; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Woman of many colors surrounded by many different colored flowers. "'Women of Color' is a representation of a strong woman who has to fight against adversities. Her smile & flowers represent hope to keep going. This print is the Metaphor (sic.) of Life (sic.) as a constant fight." I. Martinez
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Martinez, Paul; Mi Amor; 1995; Atelier 26; poster; Image size: 38" x 26"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 22/41; prnt: José Alpuche; Signed. center bottom;


Comments/Description: Yellow background with orange splashes. Green yellow spikes/halo encircle the head of a virgen with a lavender robe draped around her head and body. At the base of poster is a batch of roses with angels.
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Martínez, Isabel; V.G. Got Her Green Card; February 8-15, 2001; Atelier XXXVII; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A Virgin of Guadalupe holding a green card. Colors used: T-Ultra Blue, T-Violet, T-Magenta, T-Yellow, T-Turquoise, T-Green Shade Yellow, T-Flesh, O-Black, O-Green, T-White, Clear Gloss, and T-Yellow-Orange.
Number of prints: 2
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Martínez, Isabel; V.G. Got Her Green Card; February 8-15, 2001; Atelier XXXVII; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A Virgin of Guadalupe holding a green card. Colors used: T-Ultra Blue, T-Violet, T-Magenta, T-Yellow, T-Turquoise, T-Green Shade Yellow, T-Flesh, O-Black, O-Green, T-White, Clear Gloss, and T-Yellow-Orange.
Number of prints: 2
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Mejia-Krumbein, Beatriz; Caution (Captive); 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: The image "CAPTIVE" reveals a close up of a face with wide open eyes. The face is framed by a red border filled with blue flowers, and green and yellow leaves. The pattern of flowers, leaves, and branches grows to form a layer in front of the face outlined in black. The face and frame (border) are maily red. Colors used: T-Skin, T-Yellow, T-Red, T-Light Gray, T-Dark Gray, T-Brown, T-Green, Blue, and T-Black.
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Mejia-Krumbein, Beatriz; Caution (Captive); 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: The image "CAPTIVE" reveals a close up of a face with wide open eyes. The face is framed by a red border filled with blue flowers, and green and yellow leaves. The pattern of flowers, leaves, and branches grows to form a layer in front of the face outlined in black. The face and frame (border) are maily red. Colors used: T-Skin, T-Yellow, T-Red, T-Light Gray, T-Dark Gray, T-Brown, T-Green, Blue, and T-Black.
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Memphis, Cliché Inversion; July 17-19, 2002; S P; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/73, 6/73; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "The shape of the tree is formed with the word "TU CASA ES MI CASA". Poring [sic] out from the leaves is a deranged pig wearing a poor ball helmet and holding a carfe football over the head of a dazed and angry canary who sits in his broken shell on the ground with egg yolk dripping off of his head from the other eggs the pig has cast to the ground." "CLICHE' inversion takes the familiar CLICHE 'MI CASA ES TU CASA' and fups it to now !AY 'TU CASA ES MI CASA'. This statement is the pigs spin in the phrase as he has scaled up a tree and kicked out its inhabitants (A SMALL CANARY) and its unhatched siblings with no regard to the fact that the birds were there first to say nothing of the fact that in general, trees are homes to birds, even squirrels but never pigs. Symbolically, the pig with his football helmet represent the greed of capitalistic developers - specifically the powers that be behind the football stadium currently being proposed for downtown Los Angeles. The helpless canary is both bewilder[ed] and angry at this hostile take over. The canary represents the people who live in the proposed stadium site. The Broken eggs that ( ) the landscape are literally bird embryos. These represent the destruction of dreams, futures and quite possibly the lives of those persons ( ) in 'STADIUM LAND' and the ripple that this variety of displacement ( ) has for the residents children/family." Colors used: Black, Bright Red, Crayola Yellow, Medium Brown, Forest Green, and Bubble gum Pink.
Number of prints: 2
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Memphis, Cliché Inversion; July 17-19, 2002; S P; Coventry Rag, 290 gms; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/73, 6/73; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "The shape of the tree is formed with the word "TU CASA ES MI CASA". Poring [sic] out from the leaves is a deranged pig wearing a poor ball helmet and holding a carfe football over the head of a dazed and angry canary who sits in his broken shell on the ground with egg yolk dripping off of his head from the other eggs the pig has cast to the ground." "CLICHE' inversion takes the familiar CLICHE 'MI CASA ES TU CASA' and fups it to now !AY 'TU CASA ES MI CASA'. This statement is the pigs spin in the phrase as he has scaled up a tree and kicked out its inhabitants (A SMALL CANARY) and its unhatched siblings with no regard to the fact that the birds were there first to say nothing of the fact that in general, trees are homes to birds, even squirrels but never pigs. Symbolically, the pig with his football helmet represent the greed of capitalistic developers - specifically the powers that be behind the football stadium currently being proposed for downtown Los Angeles. The helpless canary is both bewilder[ed] and angry at this hostile take over. The canary represents the people who live in the proposed stadium site. The Broken eggs that ( ) the landscape are literally bird embryos. These represent the destruction of dreams, futures and quite possibly the lives of those persons ( ) in 'STADIUM LAND' and the ripple that this variety of displacement ( ) has for the residents children/family." Colors used: Black, Bright Red, Crayola Yellow, Medium Brown, Forest Green, and Bubble gum Pink.
Number of prints: 2
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Mendoza, Ricardo; Respect; August 6-10, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 21 1/2"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/91, 6/91; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A developer is hammering the spike of Gentrification intop a building covered with the American flag and destroying it. The residents are facing the developer in silhoette spelling out the word RESPECT across their backs. A larger figure represents "Justice & Dignity" has denoted expensive roots below which are being eaten by termites of greed and indifference. The developers hands also eat at the community by roots and are being showered with money.
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Mendoza, Ricardo; Respect; August 6-10, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 21 1/2"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/91, 6/91; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A developer is hammering the spike of Gentrification intop a building covered with the American flag and destroying it. The residents are facing the developer in silhoette spelling out the word RESPECT across their backs. A larger figure represents "Justice & Dignity" has denoted expensive roots below which are being eaten by termites of greed and indifference. The developers hands also eat at the community by roots and are being showered with money.
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Miguel-Mullen, Cristina; Mangán Tayón- Food for Thought; May 1-8th, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 26"x 18"; Paper size: 22"x 30"
Edition Number: 4/84, 6/84; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: The central image of the piece is a woman cooking food and wearing an apron which reads "Mangán Tayón" which in Ilocano means "Let's Eat." fields of gold surround her and feature portraits and images of the artist's grandparents, faces, and as farmworkers working in the fields. They are depicted in sepia and skin color/flesh tones to indicate a feeling of the past in comparison to the central figure of the woman who is shown in more intense colors with warmer flesh tones to indicate the present. In the foreground are plates of food, spices, sauces, fruit and vegetables used in the preparation of the food which are all symbolic to the artist family community and culture. Colors used: Cyan, Magenta, Dark Yellow, Flesh Tone (orange, brown), Sepia, Jade Green, Flesh Tone Dark (orange, brown), Gold, Purple, Off White-Highlights.
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Miguel-Mullen, Cristina; Mangán Tayón- Food for Thought; May 1-8th, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 26"x 18"; Paper size: 22"x 30"
Edition Number: 4/84, 6/84; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: The central image of the piece is a woman cooking food and wearing an apron which reads "Mangán Tayón" which in Ilocano means "Let's Eat." fields of gold surround her and feature portraits and images of the artist's grandparents, faces, and as farmworkers working in the fields. They are depicted in sepia and skin color/flesh tones to indicate a feeling of the past in comparison to the central figure of the woman who is shown in more intense colors with warmer flesh tones to indicate the present. In the foreground are plates of food, spices, sauces, fruit and vegetables used in the preparation of the food which are all symbolic to the artist family community and culture. Colors used: Cyan, Magenta, Dark Yellow, Flesh Tone (orange, brown), Sepia, Jade Green, Flesh Tone Dark (orange, brown), Gold, Purple, Off White-Highlights.
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Mincher, Sally; Echo Park; 24th, July - 27th July, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Landscape showing water lilies in bloom with foliage reflected in the water. Location Echo Park, Los Angeles. Colors used: T. Salmon Pink, O. Lemon Yellow, O. Turquiose, T. Burnt Sienna, T. Lime Green, T. Powder Blue, T. Ivory warm-white, T. Magenta/Purple, T. Dark blue/Green
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Mincher, Sally; Echo Park; 24th, July - 27th July, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Landscape showing water lilies in bloom with foliage reflected in the water. Location Echo Park, Los Angeles. Colors used: T. Salmon Pink, O. Lemon Yellow, O. Turquiose, T. Burnt Sienna, T. Lime Green, T. Powder Blue, T. Ivory warm-white, T. Magenta/Purple, T. Dark blue/Green
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Molina, Laura; Cihualyaomiquiz, The Jaguar; December 10-14, 2002 and March 18, 19, and 20, 2003; S - P; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/46, 6/46; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "A leaping female figure wearing a skin-tight ocelot leaotard, wrestling boots and a featherd Native-American headdress in front of a yellow star burst on a deep violet background. Upper left corner has "Insurgent Comix" logo with a clenched fist. The comic book title appares [sic] at the top with dialogue balloons around the figure and descriptive text in lower left corner." Colors used: Pink - Yellow Blend, Gold, Ocelot Orange, Flesh Tone, Red, Aqua, Violet, Orange, Black, Deep Gray, Transparent Black, Deep Blue, Bolck-Out White, Aqua and Gloss Clear.
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Molina, Laura; Cihualyaomiquiz, The Jaguar; December 10-14, 2002 and March 18, 19, and 20, 2003; S - P; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/46, 6/46; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "A leaping female figure wearing a skin-tight ocelot leaotard, wrestling boots and a featherd Native-American headdress in front of a yellow star burst on a deep violet background. Upper left corner has "Insurgent Comix" logo with a clenched fist. The comic book title appares [sic] at the top with dialogue balloons around the figure and descriptive text in lower left corner." Colors used: Pink - Yellow Blend, Gold, Ocelot Orange, Flesh Tone, Red, Aqua, Violet, Orange, Black, Deep Gray, Transparent Black, Deep Blue, Bolck-Out White, Aqua and Gloss Clear.
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Montaño, Ernesto; Divine Pollution ; 1996; Atelier 28; Image size: 22" x 37"; Paper size: 24" x 37 2/3"
Edition Number: 20/52; Signed; at bottom of third panel. A stamp of "The Divine Pollution" is on the left side of the signature.


Comments/Description: Four separate panels make up this print, each with its own idea and image. An audience of onlookers rest at the top and bottom of the print.
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Montelongo, John V.; El Día De Una Vida; 1994; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 18" x 24"; Paper size: 22'' x 30"
Edition Number: 4/64, 20/64; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "4/64, El día de una vida, J. V. Montelongo, 94". embossed "SHG" below the image area on the lower right;


Comments/Description: Text encircles the image upon a blue-grey, yellow, purple, and red-brown strip. The day, in yellow and red-brown, is in transition with the night, in blue. "At the upper right the moon appears with angel forms." "Print represents the human life cycle trhough a day, from morning to night. Poem in Spanish was written by the artist." J. Montelongo
Number of prints: 2
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Montelongo, John V.; Lenguaje de mis Padres; 1996; Atelier 28; poster; Image size: 16 1/8" x 22 1/8"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 42/64, 43/64; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx : Destroyed; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Open flower coming out of a pair of hands with two organic forms coming out of it. Two faces representing the meeting of two symbols, a person and lost language. Text around the exterior of the print in Spanish reads: "Nacimos juntos y entre los años nos perdimos, cuando un día te encontré, eramós extraños, paso el tiempo y al final, fue mi buena suerte encontrarte otra vez, lenguaje de mis padres."
Number of prints: 2
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Montoya, José; Chicano Elder; n.d.; Image size: 15" x 21 1/2"; Paper size: 19" x 25"
Edition Number: 20/50; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "José Montoya, RCAF, c/s".


Comments/Description: Rendering of Andrés Zepeda. In the background there is an image of a soldier and a house. Colors: gradation of red to yellow, and ochre. On the top, white type reads: "!Toda una vida / al pie de / lucha!." At the bottom, black type reads: "Don / Andrés / Zepeda / 1898-1979 / Defensor del / Centro Mexicano."
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Montoya, Delilah; They Raised All of Us; City Terrace, L.A. CA, 1955; 1996; Atelier 28; poster; Image size: 11 1/8" x 15 7/8"; Paper size: 22" x 28"
Edition Number: 18/48; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: An old faded family portrait centers this print against a green and blue floral background.
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Montoya, Delilah; El Guadalupano; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 25" x 17 1/4"; Paper size: 30 1/4" x 22"
Edition Number: 4/51, 6/51; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/51, El Guadalupano, Delilah Montayo 99." . embossed "SHG" insignia at lower left-hand corner;


Comments/Description: Image is of a man kneeling with his back to the audience to reveal his hands cuffed. There is a colorful tattoo of the Virgen de Guadalupe on his black and white skin. The background is a prison cell and the foreground is covered in pink flowers. "El Guadalupano illuminates the blindness and contradictions of our own times, in a visually seductive, holy-card style print"--Maestras Atelier XXXIII 1999.
Number of prints: 2
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Montoya, Richard; Mickey Mao; July 25-27, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 26" x 40"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/100, 6/100; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "6/100 Mickey Mao Richard Montoya CC/RCAF 00". lower left;


Comments/Description: "Mickey Mao" simple use of corporate and communist images juxtaposed with humor and poetry. Colors used: Electric Blue, Fire Engine Red, Twinkie, Dark Purple, and Creamy Yellow.
Number of prints: 2
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Montoya, Richard; Mickey Mao; July 25-27, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 26" x 40"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/100, 6/100; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "6/100 Mickey Mao Richard Montoya CC/RCAF 00". lower left;


Comments/Description: "Mickey Mao" simple use of corporate and communist images juxtaposed with humor and poetry. Colors used: Electric Blue, Fire Engine Red, Twinkie, Dark Purple, and Creamy Yellow.
Number of prints: 2
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Moreno, Martín; Dualities; February 17-18, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed exc. drk blue; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Half of the image deals with life, the other with death showing the intricacy between life and death skeleton dropping seeds into life's hand (woman).
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Moreno, Martín; Dualities; February 17-18, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed exc. drk blue; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Half of the image deals with life, the other with death showing the intricacy between life and death skeleton dropping seeds into life's hand (woman).
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Murdy, Ann; Life As A Doll: Cracked Doll; (May 4-6) 1993; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 19" x 16"; Paper size: 24 1/4" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/55, 20/55; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "4/55, Life As A Doll: Cracked Doll, Ann Murdy, '93". embossed "SHG" located below the image on the right;


Comments/Description: Image of a doll in a white dress with red jagged cracks on its forehead. Blue background on which is hovering a pink ribbon with text. Colors used: 1. Op. Ultramarine blue blended to baby blue, 2. Op. dusty rose blended to flesh, 3. T yellow orche (sic.), 4. T mint green, 5. T Fire red, 6. Op. charcoal gray. "Print deals with 'Life as a Doll.' This doll is the cracked doll. I plan on doing [this] as series of doll prints where each doll is dysfunctional in one way or antoher.
Number of prints: 2
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Nicoll, Janie; Monuments, Machinery and Memorials; (Oct 10-14) 1994; Atelier 25; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 37 1/4" x 27 1/4"; Paper size: 43" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/56, 20/56; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/56, 'Monuments, Machinery, and Memorials', Janie Nicoll, '94". embossed "SHG" below the image on the right;


Comments/Description: "This print uses images of monuments, machinery and memorials in a phallic shaped arrangement. It deals with the masculine nature of war; manipulation and depersonalisation by the state and the destruction of lives and society." At the top there is an image of a machine; below it are three monuments; below these are two portraits of soldiers in oval frames; below these are plants that spring out. Colors used: 1. Pale blue, 2. Mid blue, 3. Crimson, 4. Bright yellow, 5. Orange, 6. Pale yellow, 7. Creamy white, 8. Purple grey, 9. Bright red, 10. Orange red, 11. Dark blue, 12. Pale green, 13. Sienna/orange. "The images used in this print were collected during a year spent in Eastern Europe. The two young men were Russian soldiers killed while liberating Hungary in 1945. The steam powered maching was from an old negative on glass (daguerrotype) (sic.)." J.Nicoll
Number of prints: 2
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Norte, Armando; Día de los Muertos, Announcement Poster for; 1982; Image size: 23 1/4" x 17 1/2"; Paper size: 30 3/4" x 23 1/8"
Edition Number: unknown ed.; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Norte, 82". Fund:partially funded by N.E.A.


Comments/Description: Announcement Poster for "Día de los Muertos." Rendering of a skull as a woman facing the viewer. Images of bones and a small skull in woman's hair are amongst pink and white streamers. Black lettering on bottom of poster reads: "Dia de los Muertos / Day of the Dead, 10th Anniversary / November 7, 1982, Self-Help Graphics, Los Angeles, CA / Partially Funded by N.E.A."
Number of prints: 2
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Norte, Armando; Nińa Héroe; (Aug 22-25) 1992; Atelier 20; Coventry Rag; Image size: 30" x 24"; Paper size: 36 1/8" x 30 1/8"
Edition Number: 47/68, 60/68; prnt: Richard Balboa; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "47/68, 'Nińa Héroe', Norte, 92" . embossed "SHG" insignia located in lower right corner outside of image area;


Comments/Description: A skull rendered as a girl, probably 'Adelita', is holding a gun and staring at the viewer. The figure is wearing a hat, hoop earrings, two braids and two rows of bullets accross her chest. A doll is lying on the ground by the girl's feet. Colors used: 1. Lt Brown, 2. Burgandy, 3. Pink, 4. Blk (sic.), 5. Tan (flesh), 6. Dk. Brown. "'Nińa Héroe' represents a modern female spirit with the traditional elements of the Mexican past. A little girl in a (tattered) pink party dress, calavera make-up and bone-ainted body stocking, dicards her doll for a wooden toy rifle. A heart and skull loom behind her. Love and Death. She stands proud, facing the future with a sense of strength and hope." A.Norte
Number of prints: 2
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Norte, Armando; Savagery & Technology; 1983; Atelier 1; Artprint 25% Rag; Image size: 19" x 24 7/8"; Paper size: 22" x 34"
Edition Number: 22/60; prnt: Stephen Grace; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Norte 83, 22/60, title, copyright insignia, 1983, SHG East LA, CA". Blue "SHG" at the bottom.; Fund:partially funded by National Endowment for the Arts and the California Arts Council.;


Comments/Description: Lime green, gray, white, black, turquoise technological figure on a black background. Writting on poaster reads "Experimental Screenprint Atelier."
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Norte, Armando; Untitled; (Nov 19-20) 1983; Atelier 2; Artprint 25% Rag; Image size: 18" x 30"; Paper size: 22" x 34"
Edition Number: 4/77; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "4/77 and signature" . Black "SHG" logo included on the print surface; Fund:partially funded by the California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.;


Comments/Description: Face of a woman in black & red. There is a white web over her face.
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Norte, Armando; Shadows Of Ghosts; (Dec 18-22) 1989; Atelier 14; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 22 1/4" X 32 1/4"; Paper size: 26 1/4" X 36 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/64, 16/64; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/64, title, signature and 89" Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "16/64, 'Shadows of Ghosts', Norte, 89". "SHG" embossed insignia located in the lower right corner;


Comments/Description: Blue female with dark blue web pattern on her dress. She has her head turned looking back at a purple, pink, blue, abstracted area. Three dark lines separate the woman from the background. "We wear the scars of our past bad experiences. Touch them and feel the fear, the anger, the pain, over and over again. Those moments from our past are but a collage of fading images. Shadows of ghosts. We must look forward, to life." A. Norte
Number of prints: 2
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Nuke, Todos Somos Chusma; 1998; Atelier 29-31 #4 & #6; Image size: 22" x 15 3/8"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/129, 6/129; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Audience members to a performance are dressed up in costume as are the actors on stage. "Chusma" is written at the top of the print in bold, brown letters.
Number of prints: 2
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Ochoa, Victor; Border Bingo/Loteria Fronteriza; 1987; Atelier 10; Image size: 23 1/2" x 33"; Paper size: 26" x 37"
Edition Number: 4/53; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/53, title, signature and date" . "SHG" chops located in the lower left corner ;


Comments/Description: Nine images: El Vato, La Migra, El Nopal, La Turista, La Criada, El Marine, La Facil, El Indio, La Punk. Colors used: 1. Yellow, 2. Red, 3. Blue, 4. Green, 5. Pink, 6. Orange, 7. Gray, 8. Purple, 9. Brown, 10. Turquoise blue, 11. Dark Brown.
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Olabisi, Noni; King James Version; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 26 1/2" x 19 1/4" ; Paper size: 30 1/4" x 22"
Edition Number: 4/58, 6/58; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/58, King James Version, Noni Olabisi 1999.".


Comments/Description: Image is of a man kneeling with his hands tied above him. There are blood spots on his shirt. To the left of the image is a female figure. The background is red. The foreground is an open book with the scripture of Lebiticus, Chapter 26 and a hand gun resting on top of it. "The physical, cultural, and spiritual survival of the African diaspora is embodied in the visually dominating fertility figure from Ghana, even as slavery was grounded in an institutionalized, Eurocentric version of Christianity"--Maestras Atelier XXXIII 1999.
Number of prints: 2
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Oropeza, Eduardo; El jarabe muertiańo; (Jan 16-Feb 17) 1984; Atelier 3; Somerset 320 gram, textured 100% Rag; Image size: 24 1/2" x 34"; Paper size: 24 1/2" x 34"
Edition Number: 2/73, 11/73; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located in the lower left bottom of the print reads: "2/73, and signature" . "SHG" info on the back;


Comments/Description: Three skeleton costumed figures.
Number of prints: 2
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Oropeza, Eduardo; Onward Christian Soldiers; (Dec 15-18) 1985; Atelier 6; Accent 290 gram-white; Image size: 33" x 24"; Paper size: 33" x 24"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located in the lower left corner reads: "4/45 and signature" .


Comments/Description: Skeleton figures in costume. One wears a cardinal outfit. Full bleed. Hand torn edges.
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Oropeza, Eduardo; Chicuelina; 1996; Atelier 17; poster; Image size: 17" x 21"; Paper size: 22" x 26"
Edition Number: 32/97, 34/97; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. yes; lower left hand corner;


Comments/Description: Scene of two bullfighters waving a red cape in front of a bull's face while he charges at them. The scene is surrounded by what appears to be fire. Skeleton faces line the background.
Number of prints: 2
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Orosco, Juanishi; Madre Santa, Tierra Sol, Madre Santa, Libertad!; 1987; Image size: 15" x 21"; Paper size: 19" x 25"
Edition Number: 37/50; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Juanishi Orosco 10/87".


Comments/Description: The composition is organized around an orange and hot pink cross shape. There is an indigenous woman at the center. Two deers at each corner of the image area are looking at her. The background shows two Aztec comets crossing the sky and a section of the globe showing the United States, Mexico, and the ocean.
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Orosco, Juanishi V.; Angel de la Vida; June 17-21, 2003; Atelier XLT; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/82, 6/82; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :unknown.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "The figure of an Angel over a blue blend background. He is criss crossed with scars. There is the image of a Pre-Columbia face with Huelga Eagle designs on his face. I titled this print on a on-going series of Meso-American Angels. These angels are male/female and they are indegnious [sic] to the America's! This Angel I title "Angel de la Vida." He has served his time here on earth by helping us in our daily pendejas! As symbolized by the scars on his body -! He is being brought back to his home as symbolized by a guardian gatekeeper ---- He served his time on Earth and is being rewarded by being allowed to go home -- back to his cante! (home) It's actually very simple, an angel served his time!" Colors used: Blended Colors, P26C Violet 263 C, P.29C Ultra Blues 283 C, P.29C Ultra Blue 287 C, P.32C Light Tralo Blues 304C, P.33 Med. Thale Blues, Off White, Clear Gloss, and Black.
Number of prints: 2
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Orosco, Juanishi V.; Angel de la Vida; June 17-21, 2003; Atelier XLT; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/82, 6/82; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :unknown.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "The figure of an Angel over a blue blend background. He is criss crossed with scars. There is the image of a Pre-Columbia face with Huelga Eagle designs on his face. I titled this print on a on-going series of Meso-American Angels. These angels are male/female and they are indegnious [sic] to the America's! This Angel I title "Angel de la Vida." He has served his time here on earth by helping us in our daily pendejas! As symbolized by the scars on his body -! He is being brought back to his home as symbolized by a guardian gatekeeper ---- He served his time on Earth and is being rewarded by being allowed to go home -- back to his cante! (home) It's actually very simple, an angel served his time!" Colors used: Blended Colors, P26C Violet 263 C, P.29C Ultra Blues 283 C, P.29C Ultra Blue 287 C, P.32C Light Tralo Blues 304C, P.33 Med. Thale Blues, Off White, Clear Gloss, and Black.
Number of prints: 2
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Ortega, Tony; A la Frontera de Aztlán; (Feb 28-Mar 3) 1995; Atelier 25; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 26 1/2" x 38"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/64, 20/64; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil within the image in the middle reads: "A Frontera de Aztlán, 4/64, Ortega, (c)" . embossed "SHG" on the lower right;


Comments/Description: "Street scene with two fold up impala Lowrider cars; Chicano & Mexican Icons." Main colors are: orange, yellow, purple, and lime green. Colors used: 1. T. Yellow (light), 2. T.Orange, 3. T. Red Purple, 4. T. Green, 5. T. Blue, 6. T. Brown (warm), 7. T. Pink (cool), 8. T. Yellow Green, 9. T Blue Green (light), 10. T. Blue Purple, 11. T. Red Orange, 12. T. Dark Blue. "Northwest Denver Barrio scene with Meixican & Chicano Iconography." "This print is dedicated to the memory of my grandmother Trinnie Ortega who past (sic.) away on Feb. 14, 1995, who gave me love and culture during my time with her." T. Ortega
Number of prints: 2
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Ortega, Tony; Frida y Diego Nos Muestran México; (Mar 25-29) 1991; Atelier 16; Westwinds; Image size: 35" x 26"; Paper size: 37 1/2" x 28"
Edition Number: 16/64, 18/64; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: Frida y Diego nos Muestra México, 18/64, Ortega, 91 (c)". embossed "SHG" below the image on the right hand corner;


Comments/Description: Portraits (in three quarters) of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera in the foreground. Frida is holding a paintbrush and they are standing side by side, looking at something in the distance. Behind them is a group of people (tourists) beside a car. In the background there is the Chichen Itza pryamid. Colors used: 1. Black, 2. Pastel Purple, 3. Pastel powder blue, 4. Light pastel yellow, 5. Drk. barn red, 6. Drk. ultramarine blue, 7. Drk. Red, 8. Paste (sic.) peace-pink, 9. Pastel Milori blue, 10. Aqua pastel blue, 11. Lt. pastel orange, 12. Lt. lime green. "Great Mixican painters Frida Kahlo + Diego Rivera show us our Mexican history + heritage (US - The Barrio, youth, etc.)." T. Ortega
Number of prints: 2
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Ortega, Tony; Los De Abajo; (May 20-22) 1993; Atelier 23; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 22 3/8" x 32 1/4"; Paper size: 25 1/2" x 35"
Edition Number: 4/58, 6/58; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in white below image area reads: "Los de Abajo, 4/58, Ortega, (c) copyright". Lower right;


Comments/Description: Two trucks--one pink, one purple--are the central image before a deep green and light green background of rolling hills and grass. People load or unload the purple truck while others stop beside the pink truck, whose driving plate reads: "UFW" (United Farmers Workers). There is yellow sky with a small blue plane in the upper left-hand corner of the print. Colors used: 1. Process cyan blue, 2. Process magenta, 3. Process Yellow, 4. Process Orange, 5. Process Violet, 6. Light Green, 7. Black. "'Los de Abajo' - the underdogs or the ones from below. Migrant workers are often see (sic.) as out of sight and not important, but the provide important work for our society, that is the colletion of our food. This peice is dedicated in memory of Cesar Chaves who help (sic.) the migrant worker. " T. Ortega
Number of prints: 2
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Ortega, Jerry; Neo-Mexico; (Mar. 19-21 & 31) 1998; Atelier 31; Image size: 22 1/8" x 16 1/2"; Paper size: 26 1/8" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/63, 6/63; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; one of two posters Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Man with scarf over mouth is walking through corn fields with the city in the background. Colors used: 1. cyan blue (t), 2. magenta (t), 3. yellow shade green (t), 4. violet (t), 5. ochre orange (t), 6. white dark blue (t). "In relation to Siqueiros, 'America Tropical.' The indigenous peoples of Mexico battling the U.S. Corporation sweet thanks to N.A.F.T.A. the power of nature (corn, land, sun) againsts (sic.) the nan-created elements (helicopters, big-money Corps. (sic.), tanks, destruction of Tiocoli, temples/pyramids). Continues..." "Neo-Mexico like Neo-Liberalism, the new style city making way for new bisinesses down to the tip of its country. But the E.Z.L.N will not let this be another exploitation game by the corrupt Government (sic.). The indigenous woman calling the power of Ishim (Maize) breaking through a Mowey sign highway dropping the tanker, the attack of heavy helicopters sent by the U.S. to supposedly stop Narco-trafficing when, in reality, they are killing its native people The struggle continues..." J. Ortega
Number of prints: 2
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Padilla, Stan; Tree Of Understanding; 1987; Image size: 15 1/4" x 21"; Paper size: 19" x 25"
Edition Number: 20/30; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Stan Padilla '87".


Comments/Description: The images shows three indigenous, one adult, and two children, gathered around a symbolic tree. Around the image there is a number of personal and Aztec symbols and patterns. Colors: gradation of blue and dark brown.
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Perez, Jesus; Try-Angle #1; (Nov 2-6) 1986; Atelier 8; Westwinds; Image size: 36 3/8" x 24 3/4"; Paper size: 36 3/8" x 24 3/4"
Edition Number: 4/45, 12/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; Signed;, Inscription in pencil at the bottom within the image area reads: "12/45, Try-Angle #1, Perez, '86". None as of yet.; Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: "Pyramid-triangular shape with tube-like form twisting around and through it." Colors used: 1. Blue, 2. Red, 3. Yellow, 4. Blue/Green/Red, 5. Orange/Yellow, 6. Black/Blue, 7. Purple, 8. White, 9. Red, 10. Yellow/Red, 11. Sepia, 12. Blue.
Number of prints: 2
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Perez, Jesus; Arreglo; (Oct 8-9) 1983; Atelier 2; Artprint 25% Rag; Image size: 17" x 23"; Paper size: 22" x 34"
Edition Number: 4/78; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below atelier logo reads: "4/78 and signature". SHG logo below the image area in blue; Fund:funded in part by California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.;


Comments/Description: Abstract design of red, orange, yellow, blue, pink. The eyes and vase are blue. Title about the print is in orange.
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Perez, Jesus; Untitled; (Oct 29-31) 1985; Atelier 6; Accent 290 gram - white; Image size: 25" x 36"; Paper size: 25" x 36"
Edition Number: 17/44; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located vertically in the upper left reads: "17/44, 85 and signature" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Human figure in four parts, each part when put together completes the whole image. This piece is the upper right corner. Colors used: 1. Blue and orange, 2. Ivory, 3. Black, brown, and blue.
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Perez, Juan; Vértigo; (Nov 24-28) 1986; Atelier 8; Westwind; Image size: 25 3/4" x 37 3/4"; Paper size: 26" x 38"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription at the bottom of the image area reads: "4/45, title and signature". None as of yet. Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Abstract figure holding a vase on a light yellow/peach colored background. Colors used: 1. Cream, 2. Blue/White/Lavendar, 3. Grey, 4. Brown, 5. Salmon, 6. Aqua/Green/Yellow/Red, 7. Purple, 8. Emerald Green, 9. Red/Purple, 10. Pearl
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Perez, Jesus; The Best Of Two Worlds; (Nov 9-13) 1987; Atelier 10; Westwinds; Image size: 24" x 38"; Paper size: 24" x 38"
Edition Number: 4/59; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom reads: "4/59, title, signature and 87" . "SHG" chops located in the lower right hand corner ;


Comments/Description: Image of a cactus resting on a male bust with his hands holding his collar. The cactus contains photo images of five generations; documentation of two cultures. Colors used: 1. Gray, 2. Dark Red/Vermillion, 3. Opaque Turquoise, 4. Opaque Aqua Transaqua (sic.), 5. Bluegreen, 6. Opaque Moss Green, 7. Red/Gray, 8. White, 9. Magenta, 10. Process Blue. "Best of Two Worlds acknowledges the contributions fo five generations and two cultures in the formation of yet a third culture, the Mexican-American. A generation of parents watched some of their offspring die, other become war heroes, and others edged into the U.S. under difficult circumstances during the Mexican Revolution. But those who made it into the U.S. brought Mexican-born children who were destined to parent the first generation of Mexican-Americans. These three generations formulated the Mexican-American high-spirited passionate heritage. But the Mexican-American-- born of Mexican descent and United States citizenship-- was to enter his own revolution: to fight for his identity; to establish his values in a country which differed in culture and in values from the three generations that had preceded him. Bitterness and success can be found in this fourth generatin. Some long --even protest--for (sic.) the past, others abandon the past entirely, while others seek ways to merge the best of two worlds. Generations continue and now the fifth generation will have the opportunity to act out their response to a culture which offers new-age thoughts: electronic, space, sex, materialism and Ronald Reagan, etc. Some will concern themselves with their heritage and others will continue to abandon it. One thing sure (sic.): like the cactus which supports the eagle on the National Mexican flag they are all undeniably mexican-rooted!" J. Perez.
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Pineda, Sara?; Monthly Calendar; ca. 1979; Image size: 6 5/8" x 16 1/8"; Paper size: 7" x 16 3/4"
Edition Number: unknown ed.; Signed;, Inscription inside image area reads: "Pineda". located at the bottom of the print violet type reads: "Self-Help Graphics / and / Art Inc. / 2111 Brooklyn Ave. / Los Angeles, Calif. 90033-264.1259 / 268.2335.";


Comments/Description: Monthly Calendar. Urban landscape showing the wall of a house, palm trees, and a cloudy sky. There are six differently colored versions of this print in combinations of lime-red, green-blue, white-red.
Number of prints: 6
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Ponce, Michael; Familia; 1983; Atelier 1; Artprint; Image size: 19" x 25"; Paper size: 23" x 35"
Edition Number: 4/60; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil reads: "4/60, title, and signature" . No chop.; Fund:partially funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the California Arts Council.;


Comments/Description: Two large faces in the background. Seven burnt sienna figures in the middle ground. Blue grid pattern with green circular pattern in the foreground. Smudge on upper right corner.
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Portillo, Rose; Sor Juana Rebelling Once Again; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 24" x 18 1/4"; Paper size: 30 1/4" x 22"
Edition Number: 4/65, 6/65; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/65, 'Sor Juana, Rebelling Once Again', Rose Portillo '99.". embossed "SHG" insignia in lower left-hand corner of poster;


Comments/Description: Image is of Sor Juana dressed in the Virgin of Guadalupe's blue cloak with yellow stars. Sor Juana also has a red bandana covering her mouth and a tear falls from her right eye. There are two red horns with intertwined leaves and flower on top of her head. "The artist portrays her simultaneously as goddess, saint, and heroine and surrounds her with text taken from her own writings that historically, finally had the last word"--Maestras Atelier XXXIII 1999.
Number of prints: 2
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Posadas, Refugio; Festín de Aromas; 1996; Atelier 28; poster; Image size: 21 1/2" x 15 1/4"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 12/49; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower left corner;


Comments/Description: The print combines images of Mexican popular culture (Mexican calendar of roses as background), everyday life, catholicism (cross), and sexual repression (14th cent. chastity belts). Colors: magenta, cyan, yellow, black, and violet. "Through juxtaposing the images I intend to suggest an organic/open-ended narrative about the politics of representation in gender and culture in this place and time."--Refugio Posadas
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Pullini Brown, Ada; The Fruit of Discord; 1995; Atelier 26; poster; Image size: 37 1/2" x 26"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 37/56, 38/56; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower left corner;


Comments/Description: Woman in a blue dress holds a red apple with text and vase in the background.
Number of prints: 2
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Pullini Brown, Ada; Mother of Sorrow; 1996; Atelier 28; poster; Image size: 22 1/4" x 33"; Paper size: 29" x 42"
Edition Number: 41/70, 42/70; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: Multiple images of the Virgin with Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman. Colors that predominate are yellows and browns, turquiose Madonna on right hand side in blue.
Number of prints: 2
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Pérez, Louie; Thinking of Jesus and Mary; (Feb 6-10) 1989; Atelier 13; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 22 1/4" x 26 1/2"; Paper size: 26" x 30 3/4"
Edition Number: 45/62; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "45/62, Louie Pérez". Bottom of lower left hand corner of image.;


Comments/Description: "Two hearts (one red-one purple) with newsprint backround [sic], monotyped "coffee stain"-lower right corner - signed and numbered or (sic.) printed page." Colors used: 1. Tran. Lt. Gray, 2. Tran. Lt. Milori Blue, 3. Tran. Red, 4. Tran. Charcoal Black, 5. Pink, 6. Purple, 7. Tran. Blue, 8. Magenta-red, 9. Magenta-cerise, 10. Tran. Lt Powder Blue, 11. White, 12. Dr. Tran. Purple "'Jesus and Mary' is based on a series of pastel drawings on news paper. I've used the religious imagery of the secred (sic.) hearts of Jesus and Mary to convey persoanl convitions to religion in a purely aesthetic approach. The print medium has recreated the news paper accurately, while the draen image retains the immediacy of the orignal. I've also used mono type to further enhance the attitude of making art of making art (sic.) at the moment. They overall piece conveys a feeling of irony in the Justa position (is.c) of reliquious (sic.) symbols and the disposable, temporary material on which they are executed." L. Perez
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Pérez, Elizabeth; Blue Venus; 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18"x 22"; Paper size: 22"x 30"
Edition Number: 4/70, 6/70; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A linear and cross-hatched version of Bottecelli's Venus (sans the half shell) holds paint brushes, their tips with the primary colors and gold, with her left arm. She puts her hand over her heart are which has a tattoo with a small banner in Latin that is not entirely legible. Over her head is a full banner with the words on the tattoo- "Ars longa, vita brevis" (Art is long, life is short-Hippocrates). Yellow sunrays shine from behind her on a red background. Colors used: Deep Crimson, Pale Yellow, Light Blue (warm), Medium Blue (warm), Grey, Gold, Purple.
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Pérez, Elizabeth; Blue Venus; 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18"x 22"; Paper size: 22"x 30"
Edition Number: 4/70, 6/70; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A linear and cross-hatched version of Bottecelli's Venus (sans the half shell) holds paint brushes, their tips with the primary colors and gold, with her left arm. She puts her hand over her heart are which has a tattoo with a small banner in Latin that is not entirely legible. Over her head is a full banner with the words on the tattoo- "Ars longa, vita brevis" (Art is long, life is short-Hippocrates). Yellow sunrays shine from behind her on a red background. Colors used: Deep Crimson, Pale Yellow, Light Blue (warm), Medium Blue (warm), Grey, Gold, Purple.
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R?, Artemio; La Tarde; 1995; Image size: 17 1/4" x 10"; Paper size: 22" x 13"
Edition Number: 4/43, 20/43; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/43, 'La Tarde', Artemio [illegible] R ?, 1995. embossed "SHG" on the bottom left corner;


Comments/Description: Black and white silk screen with two boys, a book, a drum, and a cat. Above them is a falling sun.
Number of prints: 2
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Ramirez, Christopher; Target Market; (Oct 18-Oct) 1993; Atelier 23; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 36" x 20"; Paper size: 39 5/8" x 24 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/61, 20/61; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/61, 'Target Market', Christopher, '93". Center;


Comments/Description: A skeleton situated centrally. Its bones are red-brown in color with white outlines. The background is brown/black with eyes scattered throughout. Colors used: 1. T-Cyan Blue, 2. T-Magenta, 3. T-Fire Red, 4. T-Primrose Yellow, 5. T-Ultra-Blue, 6. T-Violet, 7. T-Orange, 8. T-Orche (sic.), 9. T-Salmon Pink, 10. O-Ivory Wht (sic.), 11. O-Black, 12. O-Fire Red. "This title has been selected to intentially (sic.) imply the dangers of the recent aknowledgement of the Chicano community as an emerging political and economical force. Currently this recognition has yet to actually benefit the communities. With the potential benefits come the risks of exploitation. This print was intended to serve as a wake-up call and force the viewers to realize that all eyes are on 'us' and our future generation of 'raza'." C. Ramirez
Number of prints: 2
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Ramirez, Christopher; Leading By Example; ca. 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Image size: 21" x 16 1/4"; Paper size: 24 1/2" x 19"
Edition Number: 4/49, 22/49; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below image area reads: "'Leading By Example', 4/49, Christopher [illegible]". "SHG" embossed chopmark located on bottom right of the print;


Comments/Description: A distorted face divided in quarters on a red background. In the upper and bottom section of the print, green type reads: "moderno / power". A horizontal section across the print shows an image of two enlarged eyes on a yellow background. On each eye, white type reads: "think / peace"
Number of prints: 2
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Ramirez, Jose; 25 Calakas, Announcement Poster for; 1998; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 21 3/4" x 15 1/4"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/79, 6/79; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/79, 25 Calakas, J. Ramirez 1998.". embossed "SHG" insignia at lower left-hand corner;


Comments/Description: Image is of 25 skulls of different shapes, color, and design. Writing in silver on black background reads "Self-Help Graphics presents Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos Annual Exhibition and Celebration November 1-22, 1998 el big two-five 25th Anniversary."
Number of prints: 2
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Ramirez, Christopher; Alpha-Omega; ca. 1993; Images Of The Future; Image size: 21" x 14"; Paper size: 25 1/8" x 18"
Edition Number: 4/37, 12/37; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/37, 'alpha/omega', Christopher [illegible]". embossed "SHG" insignia in lower right corner;


Comments/Description: The entire print is dominated by the image of a head (skull) in profile. It looks as if it is a colored x-ray or computer image. Abstract images and bubbles float beside the skull.
Number of prints: 2
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Ramirez, Julio Cesar "Mi Yo"; Hasta Que La...Los Separe; Nov. 6-10, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Bano, Mujer, Hombre, Ropa Interior, Zapatos y Collage. Colors used: Clear Base, (T. Blue Grey), T. Red, T. Olive Green, T. Turquiose Blue, T. Purplish Blue, T. Dark Blue, T. Grey (Charcoal), T. Violet, O. Black, Clear Gloss
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Ramirez, Julio Cesar "Mi Yo"; Hasta Que La...Los Separe; Nov. 6-10, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Bano, Mujer, Hombre, Ropa Interior, Zapatos y Collage. Colors used: Clear Base, (T. Blue Grey), T. Red, T. Olive Green, T. Turquiose Blue, T. Purplish Blue, T. Dark Blue, T. Grey (Charcoal), T. Violet, O. Black, Clear Gloss
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Ramirez, Omar and Chaz Bojorquez, The Here & Now; October 2-6, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 21 1/2" x 35 1/2"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :On file; signed. Inscription in marker in image area reads, "Omar ramirez Chaz Bojorquez". lower left.;


Comments/Description: DJ Calaca with titles (Self-Help Graphics Presents El Día De Los Muertos 2001, "The Here and Now"). "My contribution to the print is the DJ Calaca spinning records on two turntables. This image represents the Hip Hop Nation that has permeated all aspects of Chicano and Latino Culture. It expresses the voice of "The Here & Now" and my generation views on progressive culture, politics & philosophy." - Omar. "My contribution to the print is the addition of the lettering. My "Cholo" East Los Angeles style to reinforce our streetwise Latino heritage with the new millenium the title "The Here & Now" is what we are all about." - Chaz. Colors used: Light Blue Field, Green, Purple, Ochre, White, Ultramarine Blue, Black line drawing, Red, and Black Border.
Number of prints: 2
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Ramirez, Omar and Chaz Bojorquez, The Here & Now; October 2-6, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 21 1/2" x 35 1/2"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :On file; signed. Inscription in marker in image area reads, "Omar ramirez Chaz Bojorquez". lower left.;


Comments/Description: DJ Calaca with titles (Self-Help Graphics Presents El Día De Los Muertos 2001, "The Here and Now"). "My contribution to the print is the DJ Calaca spinning records on two turntables. This image represents the Hip Hop Nation that has permeated all aspects of Chicano and Latino Culture. It expresses the voice of "The Here & Now" and my generation views on progressive culture, politics & philosophy." - Omar. "My contribution to the print is the addition of the lettering. My "Cholo" East Los Angeles style to reinforce our streetwise Latino heritage with the new millenium the title "The Here & Now" is what we are all about." - Chaz. Colors used: Light Blue Field, Green, Purple, Ochre, White, Ultramarine Blue, Black line drawing, Red, and Black Border.
Number of prints: 2
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Ramos, Vincent; Por Vida; (Sept 12-14) 1993; Atelier 23; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/54, 20/54; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "Vincent Ramos, Por Vida, 4/54". embossed "SHG" located below the image to the right;


Comments/Description: A man and a woman gaze at the viewer. The man wears a bandana with text which reads: "somos como somos". Her hair is black and very long. There is a sign post behind them which reads: "B--Venice--X 3"
Number of prints: 2
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Rangel, Jesus "Chuy"; Puro Lovers Lane; 1998; Atelier 31; Image size: 15 3/4" x 18 5/8"; Paper size: 20" x 26 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/63, 6/63; prnt: José Alpuche; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Two skeletons on either side of a heart watching a car go by. Colors predominantly blue and green. "'Puro Lovers Lane' is a piece on the isue of true love vs. lust. As the two lovers are on a lonely stretch of pavement away from the busy streets of east los (sic.), they engage in a passionate moment of love making in a 56 Chevy. The question is whether their actions are being carried out by desire of the act of true love? Is their heart really speakign out to one another? As the conscience of the indivuduals are over looking (sic.) actions they ponder this question." J."Chuy". Rangel
Number of prints: 2
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Rangel, Marissa; Untitled; May 13-16, 2003; Atelier XLT; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 20" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/66, 6/66; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :unknown.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "Person looking up with hands in the air."
Number of prints: 2
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Rangel, Chuy "C/S"; Día De Los Muertos 1999; September 5-12, 1999; Coventry Rag 290 gms.; Image size: 25 1/2" x 24"; Paper size: 31 1/2" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/85, 6/85; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "4/85 Chuy C/S 99". lower left.;


Comments/Description: Día De Los Muertos com[m]emorative poster for SHG 1999. The Content of the Image deals with the Ford Anson Theatre towers in the background, because of the concert (to be held there) and the calacas driving to the concert. The driver is me (Chuy C/S) in my 1956 Chevy Bel Air, the passenger is my girlfriend, Belén throwing zempaxochitl out the window, blessing the path, and a rocker is jamming on the cab of my ranfla. Colors used: O.P. Black, Red Purple, Drk Brown, Light Blue, Ultra Blue, Drk Green, Medium Green, Yellow Ochre, Maroon, Pink, Green Shade Yellow, T-White, T-Orange, and O. White.
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Rangel, Marissa; Untitled; May 13-16, 2003; Atelier XLT; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 20" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/66, 6/66; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :unknown.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "Person looking up with hands in the air."
Number of prints: 2
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Rangel, Chuy "C/S"; Día De Los Muertos 1999; September 5-12, 1999; Coventry Rag 290 gms.; Image size: 25 1/2" x 24"; Paper size: 31 1/2" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/85, 6/85; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "4/85 Chuy C/S 99". lower left.;


Comments/Description: Día De Los Muertos com[m]emorative poster for SHG 1999. The Content of the Image deals with the Ford Anson Theatre towers in the background, because of the concert (to be held there) and the calacas driving to the concert. The driver is me (Chuy C/S) in my 1956 Chevy Bel Air, the passenger is my girlfriend, Belén throwing zempaxochitl out the window, blessing the path, and a rocker is jamming on the cab of my ranfla. Colors used: O.P. Black, Red Purple, Drk Brown, Light Blue, Ultra Blue, Drk Green, Medium Green, Yellow Ochre, Maroon, Pink, Green Shade Yellow, T-White, T-Orange, and O. White.
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Ray, Joe; Tacos Con Huevos!; February 24, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Red Gallo Romantico eating a Nopal Taco- text in background- 3 hearts at bottom. Colors used: Pale Yellow, Butterscotch Yellow, Purple, Green, Red, and Blue Black.
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Ray, Joe; Tacos Con Huevos!; February 24, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Red Gallo Romantico eating a Nopal Taco- text in background- 3 hearts at bottom. Colors used: Pale Yellow, Butterscotch Yellow, Purple, Green, Red, and Blue Black.
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Rendon, Maria; Trinidad; (Nov 9-11) 1993; Atelier 23; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 24" x 19"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/38, 20/38; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/38, Trinidad, M. Rendón, 94". embossed "SHG" below the image on the lower right;


Comments/Description: An arch with three angels in the center. A cross is on the top done in two types of red. "As a symbol of three important 'Forces' 'Persons' (sic.), 'Meanings' in Life (sic.). It is a personal piece." M. Rendon
Number of prints: 2
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Reyes, Miguel Angel; Tension; 1991; Atelier 17; Westwinds; Image size: 30 1/8" x 24 1/4"; Paper size: 34 1/4" x 28 1/8"
Edition Number: 4/61, 42/61; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom below the image area reads: "Signature, title and 4/61" Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "Miguel Angel Reyes, 'Tension', 42/61". "SHG" chops located in the bottom right hand corner ;


Comments/Description: "[A] figure in starting runner's position on top of a blue electrical pole. Red background with multicolor transparent stars, orange plus and minus signs on lower left and right of image--eye with a circle on top of pole..."
"Man awaits not knowing for his AIDS test results, not knowing what the outcome will be. He feels the watchful eye of everyone around him. He's in a situation from which he can't run away from. The sky becomes his blood stream and the stars his white cells, some are fading away as they are killed by the virus. The electrical pole represents the similarity of the positive and negative energies that flow in our bodies." M. Reyes.
Number of prints: 2
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Reyes, Miguel Angel; Herido; (Aug 6-8) 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Westwinds; Image size: 24" x 18"; Paper size: 28" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/64, 22/64; prnt: Richard Balboa; mtrx :0; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Herido, 4/64, Miguel Angel Reyes ". Lower left next to title;


Comments/Description: A green winged-man bending on his knees and touching his shoulder and the lower part of his leg. His face has an expression of pain. The background is covered in curled designs resembling flames. Colors used: 1. Brick (Red), 2. Lemon Yellow, 3. Moss (Green), 4. Tangerine, 5. Charcoal, 6. White Cream. "One of the inhabitants of the city of angels has been wounded and is caught in the fire." M.A. Reyes
Number of prints: 2
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Reyes, Miguel Angel; Dozena; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 18 5/8" x 24 3/4"; Paper size: 22" x 30 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/67, 6/67; Signed;, Inscription below image area reads: "6/67, 'Dozena', signature [illegible] 99.". embossed "SHG" insignia at lower left-hand corner;


Comments/Description: Image is of 12 faces aligned in three rows of four. There are six women and six men in yellow and orange tones. Every square alternates gender. Background is brown with black borders.
Number of prints: 2
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Reyes, Miguel Angel; Epoca de Oro; 2002; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/84, 6/84; signed. lower left;
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Reyes, Miguel Angel; Epoca de Oro; 2002; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/84, 6/84; signed. lower left;
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Rios, Pedro Martinez; Mexico sin Espinas; 1997; Atelier 29-31 #4 & #6; Image size: 21 3/8" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/59; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A nude woman holds a snake in one hand and the Mexican flag in the other. An eagle behind her holds on to both objects as well.
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Robledo Tapia, Honorio; El Regalo; March 28-30, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 37" x 25 1/2"; Paper size: 40 1/4" x 28"
Edition Number: 4/60, 6/60; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "4/60 El Regalo Honorio 2000". lower left;


Comments/Description: Is a poster, but also a cartoon with the fantastic story about a woman who enter in the house for take care of the television. She become part of the family, but one time she transformes herself in cow. Then the family has fun for a while but the animal protector society take care of the cow and the family becomes like a normal family. Colors used: Blue, Yellow, Red, Pink, and Purple.
Number of prints: 2
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Robledo Tapia, Honorio; El Regalo; March 28-30, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 37" x 25 1/2"; Paper size: 40 1/4" x 28"
Edition Number: 4/60, 6/60; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "4/60 El Regalo Honorio 2000". lower left;


Comments/Description: Is a poster, but also a cartoon with the fantastic story about a woman who enter in the house for take care of the television. She become part of the family, but one time she transformes herself in cow. Then the family has fun for a while but the animal protector society take care of the cow and the family becomes like a normal family. Colors used: Blue, Yellow, Red, Pink, and Purple.
Number of prints: 2
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Rodriguez, Liz; (title unknown); Untitled [diptych]; (Oct 27-30) 1986; Atelier 8; Westwind; Image size: 35 1/2" x 47 1/4"; Paper size: 35 1/2" x 47 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/27; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in silver located near the lower left corner: "4/27" . None; Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Lavender, yellow/gold background along with a mixture of black with silver additive. Photo xerox and Kodalith transfer to screen. Full bleed. Diptych. Colors used: 1. Rose, 2. Yellow/Gold, 3. Lavender, 4. Black (with silver additive), 5. Grey (with gold additive), 6. Grey, 7. Grey, 8. Silver - hand applied.
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Rodriguez, Joe Bastida; Night Fall As I Lay Dreaming; (Feb 19-23) 1990; Atelier 15; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 28" X 19 1/2"; Paper size: 33" X 25"
Edition Number: 4/60, 18/60; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "18/60, Night Fall As I Lay Dreaming, Bastida". Outside of right hand corner of image.;


Comments/Description: An image of a woman lying with her eyes closed and holding a rosary. Colors are blue, red, ochre, yellow, green, purple, pink, red & orange. Purple, blue & yellow sky. A snake is in the foreground coiled facing the sunset. Southwestern type mountains with a quarter moon with deep blue clouds. River on the right side from foreground to sunset. "This print depicts a young girl who, while in her sleep, visualizes her fear of a snake curled close to her which may strike as it reaches towards the sunset. Images of unborn children within a tree (tree of life) and the dark clouds shaped like an eagle edge towards the sunset, reflecting an old Indian wise man that oversees her presence. Symbols relate to the notion of the fear of losing one's cultural identity and of the hope for children to maintain their heritage." J. Bastida Rodriguez.
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Rodriguez, Liz; Untitled; 1985; Atelier 6; Image size: 35 1/2" x 23"; Paper size: 35 1/2" x 23"
Edition Number: 45/45; Signed;, Inscription in pencil at the bottom of the image reads: "45/45 and signature".


Comments/Description: Full bleed. Xerox image. Kodalith transfer of a contemporary woman in a wedding dress and a male torso with female legs. The background is a woman's face.
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Rodriguez, Anna M.; Spinach; (April 24-25 & 30) 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Westwinds; Image size: 32" x 24 1/2"; Paper size: 40" x 28"
Edition Number: 22/44; prnt: Richard Balboa; mtrx :Cut; Signed;, Inscriptionin pencil below image area reads: "Spinach, 22/44, Anna M. Rodriguez". Bottom right hand;


Comments/Description: The center of the composition is a conglomeration of anthropomorphic forms of legs and feet, and hands and arms in black and white. The top shows a curtain rod with a hanging fabric over which blue type reads: "Spinach never appealed to me / I decided to give it a try" Pink and green type that curves around reads: "I wasn't getting much younger, / so I made the change / No longer is the stuff on the shelf. / But now somehow i [sic] can't get enough / somehow its [sic] always hitting the spot, / especially when they bring it in hot." Red type reads: "I Guess / I Was / Mighty / Green." Smaller blue type at the bottom of the print reads: "hitting the spot by Anna Rodriguez (c. 1992) song by Julia Lee (c. 1949)" Colors used: 1. Transparent Yellow, 2. Transparent Magenta, 3. Transparent Blue, 4. Black. "Women gaining independence and strength by accepting this sexuality. No longer denying or letting people control or surpress their desires. She can now express virility without denying her womanhood. A woman exploring and enjoying her sexuality with no shame and no need to deny it." A. Rodriguez
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Rodriguez, Israel; Armagedon; (April 22-26) 1997; Atelier 29; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 26" x 37 7/8"; Paper size: 30 1/4" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/97; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Multi-faced creatures with fire swords ride horses in the sky overlooking the city. "Four Horses, Four Horsemen, Buildings, Four Swords of Fire." Colors used: 1. Trans Baby Blue, 2. Trans Ultra Marine, 3. Trans Blue Shade Red, 4. Trans Bronw (sic.) Sienna, 5. Trans Yellow Ochre, 6. Trans Light Blue Green, 7. Trans Light Trans Lilac (sic.), 8. Red Shade Yellow, 9. Trans Yellow Red, 10. Trans Drk Ultra Blue, 11. Trans White, 12. T Metallic Black. "'Armagedon', taking from Apolocalipsis (sic.), the 4 horsemen that represent harm and infestation that destroy humanity and which have been present throughout history. The present society affected by infestation, wars, contamination, over populations, epidemics and hunger, which all take us to death and somehow we are responsible. For more information I recomment to read (sic.) the chapters of Apolocalipsis (sic.), also to see the movie 'Apolocalipsis Now' or call 666 Satin (sic.)" I. Rodriguez
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Rodriguez, Israel; Extraño tu Boca; 1996; Atelier 28; poster; Image size: 25 1/4" x 18 5/8"; Paper size: 32 7/8" x 24 5/8"
Edition Number: 18/51; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: A myriad of images make up this print including: faces, cups of coffee, a boat, ladders, hands, a fish, a mouth, heart, horse, window, and city. Black background.
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Rodriguez, Favianna; Del Ojo No Se Escapa Nadie; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 26" x 18"; Paper size: 30 1/4" x 22"
Edition Number: 4/64, 6/64; Signed;, Inscription below image reads: "4/64, 'Del Ojo No Se Escapa Nadie', Favianna Rodriguez 99." . embossed "SHG" insignia at lower left-hand corner;


Comments/Description: Image is of a woman sitting at the edge of a pink bed with her legs straddled. There are eyes covering her private areas. To the left of her is a green devil-like snake. "Rodriguez renders the panocha a site of sacred knowledge, boldly staring the patriarchal legacy that demonizes the sexual body and denies it as a source of truth and goodness right to the face"--Maestras Atelier XXXIII 1999.
Number of prints: 2
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Rodriguez, Favianna; Margarita; Nov. 13-17, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 28"
Edition Number: 4/66, 6/66; prnt: José Alpuche; signed. lower left corner;


Comments/Description: Woman with a mask and a big black hairdo. Woman is surrounded by colorful orchids. Inside her head, there are figures of people giving birth, losing a child, throwing ashes to sea, receiving a letter, and reuniting. On the top of the print there are two names, Richard and Margarita. Colors used: Clear Gloss, Red Blended into Yellow, O. Flesh, O. Sienna, O. Light Blue, O. Green, O. Gray, O. Pink, O. Light Yellow, O. Black.
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Rodriguez, Artemio; Day of the Dead 2002; September 10 and 11, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/65, 6/65; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :unknown; signed. centered;


Comments/Description: Text: Celebrating / Jose Guadalupe Posada/ 150 Anniversary/ Self-Help Graphics/ Day of the Dead/ MMII Border compose of calaveras (skeletons) by Jose Guadalupe Posada. Central Image: a copy of a linoleum cut by Artemio Rodriguez. Design: LA MANO Press Colors used: Orange, Red, and Black.
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Rodriguez, Isis; Self-Portrait with Muse; June 3-8, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/70, 6/70; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Woman recieving lapdance from her cartoon self. Colors used: brick red, blue, ochre, lime green, flesh, transp. black, black, and transp. white.
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Rodriguez, Favianna; Community Control of the Land; July 9-12, 2002; Special Project; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/85, 6/85; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "A business executive is standing over the city of Los Angeles, with a rolled up bunch of eviction notices. There are two devil horns protruding from his bald head, and his eyes are red with evilness. Around his feet are cockroches and a rat. On the left side of the print is the resistance, the Latina woman organizer speaking into a megaphone, calling all neighbors to raise up against the redevelopment forces and protect their homes. In the lower center of the print there is an African American woman with her child, staring at the viewer. These are the people who will be displaced. The poster reads "Alto A Los Desalojos!" and "Stop the Evictions!" Housing is a human right. For many people of color, the issue of land and housing is one that dates back to over 500 years, beginning with the rape of land and housing is one that dates back to over 500 years, beginning with the rape of Indian land by white colonizers, the theft of Mexican territories, the racist policies that prohibited black people from owning land. Today, working class people of color are at the mercy of big businessand corporate greed, which exploit the land for profit and destroy communities. The basic demand for community control of the land, which was set forth by our revolutionary predecessors, is still relevant to us today. Black Panther Party 13 Point Platform Program #4: We want decent housing that is fit for shelter of human beings. We believe that if the white landlords will not give decent housing to our black community, then the housing and land should be made into cooperatives, so that our community, with government aid, can build and make decent housing for its people. Brown Beret Platform #9[:] We demand housing fit for human beings. Red Guard Platform #2[:] We want decent housing and help in child care. Young Lords Platform[:] We want community control of our institutions and land. The Figueroa Corridor in Downtown Los Angeles is in [a] large battle with city redevelopers" Colors used: Yellow, Flesh, Orange, Red, Ultramarine Blue, and Black.
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Rodriguez, Artemio; The King of Things (Poster); June 9, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 20 3/4" x 26 1/4"; Paper size: 27 1/2" x 35"
Edition Number: 4/97, 6/97; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "4/10 Artemio Rodriguez". centered.;


Comments/Description: Using the loteria game, I wrote this short prose where a child likes so much his loteria game that he imagines and believes all the loteria characters are part of his personal and unique world. Colors used: O. Light Blue, T. Red, T. Magenta, O. Flesh, T. Yellow, T. Green, T. Off White, T.White, and O. Black.
Number of prints: 2
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Rodriguez, Artemio; Father Time; n.d.; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 23 7/8" x 23 3/4"; Paper size: 37 3/4" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/100, 6/100; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "6/100 "Father Time" Artemio Rodriguez MM". lower left.;


Comments/Description: Winged beings in woodcut style.
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Rodriguez, Favianna; Margarita; Nov. 13-17, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16"x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 28"
Edition Number: 4/66, 6/66; prnt: José Alpuche; signed. lower left corner;


Comments/Description: Woman with a mask and a big black hairdo. Woman is surrounded by colorful orchids. Inside her head, there are figures of people giving birth, losing a child, throwing ashes to sea, receiving a letter, and reuniting. On the top of the print there are two names, Richard and Margarita. Colors used: Clear Gloss, Red Blended into Yellow, O. Flesh, O. Sienna, O. Light Blue, O. Green, O. Gray, O. Pink, O. Light Yellow, O. Black.
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Rodriguez, Artemio; Day of the Dead 2002; September 10 and 11, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/65, 6/65; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :unknown; signed. centered;


Comments/Description: Text: Celebrating / Jose Guadalupe Posada/ 150 Anniversary/ Self-Help Graphics/ Day of the Dead/ MMII Border compose of calaveras (skeletons) by Jose Guadalupe Posada. Central Image: a copy of a linoleum cut by Artemio Rodriguez. Design: LA MANO Press Colors used: Orange, Red, and Black.
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Rodriguez, Isis; Self-Portrait with Muse; June 3-8, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20"x 26"
Edition Number: 4/70, 6/70; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Woman recieving lapdance from her cartoon self. Colors used: brick red, blue, ochre, lime green, flesh, transp. black, black, and transp. white.
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Rodriguez, Favianna; Community Control of the Land; July 9-12, 2002; Special Project; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/85, 6/85; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "A business executive is standing over the city of Los Angeles, with a rolled up bunch of eviction notices. There are two devil horns protruding from his bald head, and his eyes are red with evilness. Around his feet are cockroches and a rat. On the left side of the print is the resistance, the Latina woman organizer speaking into a megaphone, calling all neighbors to raise up against the redevelopment forces and protect their homes. In the lower center of the print there is an African American woman with her child, staring at the viewer. These are the people who will be displaced. The poster reads "Alto A Los Desalojos!" and "Stop the Evictions!" Housing is a human right. For many people of color, the issue of land and housing is one that dates back to over 500 years, beginning with the rape of land and housing is one that dates back to over 500 years, beginning with the rape of Indian land by white colonizers, the theft of Mexican territories, the racist policies that prohibited black people from owning land. Today, working class people of color are at the mercy of big businessand corporate greed, which exploit the land for profit and destroy communities. The basic demand for community control of the land, which was set forth by our revolutionary predecessors, is still relevant to us today. Black Panther Party 13 Point Platform Program #4: We want decent housing that is fit for shelter of human beings. We believe that if the white landlords will not give decent housing to our black community, then the housing and land should be made into cooperatives, so that our community, with government aid, can build and make decent housing for its people. Brown Beret Platform #9[:] We demand housing fit for human beings. Red Guard Platform #2[:] We want decent housing and help in child care. Young Lords Platform[:] We want community control of our institutions and land. The Figueroa Corridor in Downtown Los Angeles is in [a] large battle with city redevelopers" Colors used: Yellow, Flesh, Orange, Red, Ultramarine Blue, and Black.
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Rodriguez, Artemio; The King of Things (Poster); June 9, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 20 3/4" x 26 1/4"; Paper size: 27 1/2" x 35"
Edition Number: 4/97, 6/97; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "4/10 Artemio Rodriguez". centered.;


Comments/Description: Using the loteria game, I wrote this short prose where a child likes so much his loteria game that he imagines and believes all the loteria characters are part of his personal and unique world. Colors used: O. Light Blue, T. Red, T. Magenta, O. Flesh, T. Yellow, T. Green, T. Off White, T.White, and O. Black.
Number of prints: 2
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Rodriguez, Artemio; Father Time; n.d.; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 23 7/8" x 23 3/4"; Paper size: 37 3/4" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/100, 6/100; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "6/100 "Father Time" Artemio Rodriguez MM". lower left.;


Comments/Description: Winged beings in woodcut style.
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Romero, Frank E.; (title unknown); (title unknown); n.d.; Image size: 38" x 26 1/4"; Paper size: 41" x 29 1/4"
Edition Number: unknown ed.; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "F E Romero".


Comments/Description: A transarent green/brown flower pot with transparent light blue, beige and black (centers) flowers; background is a deep red.
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Romero, Frank E.; Cruz Hacienda Martinez; (Jan 18-22) 1988; Atelier 11; Westwinds; Image size: 17 1/2" x 13"; Paper size: 25" x 19 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/45, 16/45, 42/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "F E Romero, 16/45" Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "Signature and 4/45" . embossed "SHG" located on the lower left hand corner;


Comments/Description: A blue cross on active hot pink background. The title of the work is in ink within the image. Colors used: 1. Iron Oxide Yellow, 2. Pink, 3. Marion Blue, 4. Gray, 5. Tran. Red, 6. Blue Gray, 7. Violet, 8. Magenta, 9. Orange. "The print depicts a small cross hanging in the Martinez hacienda in Taos, New Mexico. I've tried to convey an emotional feeling this kind of imagery evokes." F. Romero.
Number of prints: 3
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Romero, Alejandro; L.A. California; 1993; Image size: 37" x 26"; Paper size: 40 1/2" x 29"
Edition Number: 4/66, 20/66; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/66, Alejandro Romero, L.A. California, 1993".


Comments/Description: An image of the Madonna with Little Jesus; both are wearing crowns. She has an intricate robe. Its weave is that of figures, animals, Aztec iconography, and a hand holding an object. Water flows below this robe, with a woman's face peaking above the water line. Boats float on the water. At the right bottom corner there is a bearded man reading a book. Shades of green, blue, orange and yellow make up the image.
Number of prints: 2
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Romero, Frank E.; Cruz Arroyo Seco; (Jan 18-22) 1988; Atelier 11; Westwinds; Image size: 17" 1/2" x 13"; Paper size: 25" x 19 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/45, 16/45, 43/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "F E Romero, 16/45". embossed "SHG" located at the lower right hand corner;


Comments/Description: Image of a white cross, sunflowers, and a magic mountain. The title of the piece is in ink within the image. Colors used: 1. Iron Oxide Yellow, 2. Turquious (sic.) Green, 3. Marion Blue, 4. Tran. White, 5. Tran. Green, 6. Brown, 7. Yellow, 8. White, 9. Orange. "The white cross standing in a field of yellow sunflowers exists in Arroyo Seco, New Mexico, in the local cemetery. Arroyo Seco is near Taos New Mexico and the the [sic] background is an indication of the magic mountain sacred to the Pueblo Indians." F. Romero.
Number of prints: 3
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Romero, Alejandro; Curandera (The Healer); (April 2-9) 1993; Special; Coventry; Image size: 26" x 34"; Paper size: 30" x 38"
Edition Number: 5/75, 7/75, 24/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Curandera, 5/75, Alejandro Romero, L.A., 1993". Lower Right;


Comments/Description: Within the multicolored, image-packed print, there is a man with a jaguar in his shoulders who is placing his hands on another man's forefront. The background is a jungle with superimposed images of animals, skulls, fruits, and mythological figures, among others. There are two versions of this print: one where the skull at the bottom right is green-yellow, and the other where it is pink-blue. Colors used: 1. Process Yellow, 2. Process Magenta, 3. Process Magenta, 4. Process Black, 5. Turquoise Blue, 6. Trans, Green Blue, 7. Trans. Pearl White. "An allegorical representation of the blending of myth and religion in Latin America. The central rigures represent the act of healing as taking place an (sic.) the surrounding figures are the constant evocation of two forces in perpetual motion." A. Romero
Number of prints: 3
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Romero, Frank E.; (title unknown); (title unknown); n.d.; Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 40" x 26"
Edition Number: 6/26, 12/26, 20/25; mtrx : Signed;, Signature in pencil located in the lower left corner below the image area reads: "FE Romero, [symbol], 20/25" Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "F E Romero, (-) 12/26" Signed;, Inscription in pencil in the lower left corner below the image area reads: "FE Romero, [symbol], 6/26" . "SHG" embossed chopmark in lower right corner below the image;


Comments/Description: Skeleton woman in pink wearing a long dress with a silver outlined holster in a purple background. One of the prints has no edition number.
Number of prints: 4
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Romero, Frank E.; Carro; (Feb 3-6) 1986; Atelier 7; Accent 290 gram-white; Image size: 18 1/2" x 25"; Paper size: 18 1/2" x 25"
Edition Number: 4/52; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "Signature, 4/52 and 3/6/86" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: A blue and silver car on a multicolored background. Full bleed.
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Romero, Frank E.; Pingo Con Corazón; (Feb 3-6) 1986; Atelier 7; Accent 290 gram-white; Image size: 18 1/2" x 25"; Paper size: 18 1/2" x 25"
Edition Number: 4/52; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "Signature, 4/52 and 3/6/86" . Fund:funded in part by the California Art Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: A blue abstract dragon head on a textured background of blue, pink, light orange. Full bleed.
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Romero, Frank E.; (title unknown); (title unknown); (Oct 12-17) 1986; Atelier 8; Westwind; Image size: 30" x 25"; Paper size: 38" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/48; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located in the upper left corner on the image reads: "4/48 and signature" . Fund:funded in part by the California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Los Angeles.;


Comments/Description: Red landscape view with a multicolored car. Yellow and peach City Hall.
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Romero, Frank E.; Frutas Y Verduras; (Oct 16-20) 1989; Atelier 14; Westwind (heavyweight); Image size: 36" X 24"; Paper size: 36" X 24"
Edition Number: 4/70; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the top of the print reads: "Signature and 4/70" . "SHG" embossed insignia in the lower right corner;


Comments/Description: Full bleed. Blue transparent, Model A fruit and vegetable truck with a red sign reading: "Frutas y Verduras." Blue, yellow, pink, orange and a magenta tinted background. Colors used: 1. Baby Blue/Pasetel (sic.) Yellow/Peach/Orange/Pastel Magenta, 2. Magenta/Lt. Lavende (sic.)/Lime Green/Blue-Green, 3. Tran. Blue-Green, 4. Miloie (sic.) Blue, 5. Orange, 6. Varnish (double pass), 7. Silver (double pass), 8. Silver (double pass).
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Romero, Frank E.; (title unknown); (title unknown); n.d.; Image size: 35" x 26"; Paper size: 37 1/2" x 27 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/63; prnt: Oscar Duardo; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located in the lower left corner reads: "4/63 and signature" . "SHG" chops located in the lower right hand corner ;


Comments/Description: Image of blue cars driving down a street. Sky scrapers and city hall is in the background.
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Romero, Frank E.; Ayanna; (June 7) 1991; Image size: 22 3/4" x 30"; Paper size: 22 3/4" x 30"
Edition Number: 19/20; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located in the lower right corner reads: "19/20 and signature" . "SHG" chops located in the bottom right hand corner ;


Comments/Description: Image of a woman lying on a purple field with her eyes closed. Hand torn edges. Full bleed image. Colors used: 1. Dr Purple, 2. Tran. Tan, 3. Tran Brown, 4. Tran. Lt. Lavendar, 5. Tran. Lt. Rose, 6. Lt Tran. Magenta.
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Romero, Frank E.; (title unknown); (title unknown); n.d.; Image size: 36'' x 24''; Paper size: 39'' x 26''
Edition Number: 8/10, 4/30, 18/30; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at lower left hand corner reads: "signature and edition" . "SHG" chops located at the lower right hand corner ;


Comments/Description: Image of an old Model T Ford with three passangers and a dog. White background. The car is tan and lavender in the 8/10 edition, and purple and violet in the 4/30 and 18/30 editions.
Number of prints: 3
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Romero, Frank E.; Untitled; 1999; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 22 1/2" x 16 3/8" ; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/81, 6/81; Signed; in black marker in lower-left hand corner. embossed "SHG" insignia below right hand corner of image;


Comments/Description: Image is of a stylized caricature of a woman in mutli-colored lines. She has full red lips and hair parted down the middle with two braids circled at each side of the face. Background is green with red lines. (Day of the Dead)
Number of prints: 2
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Romero, Frank; Cruising; April 15, 18, and 20, 2000; S.P.; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 6/31; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: "A very active rendition of a couple out for a spin in their vintage jalopy! Monotypes series utilizing three screens. 1. Hand printed by artist 2. 5-7 color split fountain 3. Blue Line Drawing"
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Romero, Frank; Starry Night; July 18-22; S/P; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/40, 6/40; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: "A family driving through a magical starry night!"
Number of prints: 2
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Romero, Frank; Grand Father's House; October 19-21 and November 14-15, 2000; S-P; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/47, 6/47; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "A picture of the family gathering house (grandfather's) near First and State streets in Boyle Heights. A recollection done from memory." Colors used: Blue blended into White & Yellow, Green Blended into Brown w/ hand painted Red, Opaque Pink, Trans Blue, Trans Yellow/Red, and Lt Grey.
Number of prints: 2
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Romero, Frank; Heart; 2000?; Atelier XXXIX; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 17" x 23"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: "Heart Series - 1-15, Hand embellished by the artist. One of a series of heart imags, going back 30 years." Colors used: Light Blue, Light Orange, Deep Red, Turquoise Blue, and Clear Gloss.
Number of prints: 2
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Romero, Frank; California Plaza; June 12-25, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 38" x 26"; Paper size: 38" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/140, 6/140; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :On file; signed. Inscription in marker in image area reads, "FE Rom 6/140". lower right.;


Comments/Description: A 16 color print celebrating the California Plaza Summer Concerts in Downtown Los Angeles. The print was made in commemoration of their 15th anniversary!
Number of prints: 2
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Romero, Frank; Cruising; April 15, 18, and 20, 2000; S.P.; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 6/11; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. Inscription in marker in loer left corner reads, "TP 6/11 FE Romero". lower right;


Comments/Description: "A very active rendition of a couple out for a spin in their vintage jalopy! Monotypes series utilizing three screens. 1. Hand printed by artist 2. 5-7 color split fountain 3. Blue Line Drawing"
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Romero, Frank; Cruising; April 15, 18, and 20, 2000; S.P.; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 6/31; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: "A very active rendition of a couple out for a spin in their vintage jalopy! Monotypes series utilizing three screens. 1. Hand printed by artist 2. 5-7 color split fountain 3. Blue Line Drawing"
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Romero, Frank; Starry Night; July 18-22; S/P; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/40, 6/40; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: "A family driving through a magical starry night!"
Number of prints: 2
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Romero, Frank; Grand Father's House; October 19-21 and November 14-15, 2000; S-P; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/47, 6/47; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "A picture of the family gathering house (grandfather's) near First and State streets in Boyle Heights. A recollection done from memory." Colors used: Blue blended into White & Yellow, Green Blended into Brown w/ hand painted Red, Opaque Pink, Trans Blue, Trans Yellow/Red, and Lt Grey.
Number of prints: 2
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Romero, Frank; Heart; 2000?; Atelier XXXIX; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 17" x 23"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower right;


Comments/Description: "Heart Series - 1-15, Hand embellished by the artist. One of a series of heart imags, going back 30 years." Colors used: Light Blue, Light Orange, Deep Red, Turquoise Blue, and Clear Gloss.
Number of prints: 2
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Romero, Frank; California Plaza; June 12-25, 2001; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 38" x 26"; Paper size: 38" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/140, 6/140; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :On file; signed. Inscription in marker in image area reads, "FE Rom 6/140". lower right.;


Comments/Description: A 16 color print celebrating the California Plaza Summer Concerts in Downtown Los Angeles. The print was made in commemoration of their 15th anniversary!
Number of prints: 2
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Romero, Frank; Cruising; April 15, 18, and 20, 2000; S.P.; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 6/11; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. Inscription in marker in loer left corner reads, "TP 6/11 FE Romero". lower right;


Comments/Description: "A very active rendition of a couple out for a spin in their vintage jalopy! Monotypes series utilizing three screens. 1. Hand printed by artist 2. 5-7 color split fountain 3. Blue Line Drawing"
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Rubio, Alex; La Placa; November 5-13, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/72, 6/72; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: The image depicts my hand holding my old homemade tattoo machine, I clipped the roller ball point pen off a bic pen and threaded a sharpened guitar wire through the pen tube. The wire was the N attached to the spindle of a hair dryer motor which were taped to a bent spoon which served as a handle. I used to work on homemade tattoos with original designed, back in the early to mid eighty, in my barrio at the Mirasol Courts in the Westside of San Antonio. Colors used: Pantone AOOE-C, Pantone 414C, Pantone 416C, Pantone 417C, Pantone 418C, Pantone 418C, Pantone Black, T-Black, and Clear Gloss.
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Rubio, Alex; La Placa; November 5-13, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/72, 6/72; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: The image depicts my hand holding my old homemade tattoo machine, I clipped the roller ball point pen off a bic pen and threaded a sharpened guitar wire through the pen tube. The wire was the N attached to the spindle of a hair dryer motor which were taped to a bent spoon which served as a handle. I used to work on homemade tattoos with original designed, back in the early to mid eighty, in my barrio at the Mirasol Courts in the Westside of San Antonio. Colors used: Pantone AOOE-C, Pantone 414C, Pantone 416C, Pantone 417C, Pantone 418C, Pantone 418C, Pantone Black, T-Black, and Clear Gloss.
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Ruiz, Annette Maria; Sagrada Sandía; (May 26, 29)1998; Atelier 29-31 #4 & #6; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/68, 6/68; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: A heart with barbed wire wrapped around it and a band of fire surrounding it. A cross on top and a night sky background. Colors used: 1. Cyan Blue, 2. Magenta, 3. Yellow, 4. Baby Blue, 5. Dark Purple, 6. Red. "The Sagrada Corazon has been an image that amazed me since childhood, along with the excitement of fire/flames. The watermelon is depicted in many of my works and its design has a certain magic in it's ray-like imagery which seem to fit well with the corazon. To be placed in the night time, I think, brings out the brightness of the flames and corazon and the colorful sandia shell." A.M.Ruiz
Number of prints: 2
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Salazar, Daniel; One Nation Under God; (May 6-9) 1991; Atelier 16; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 24" x 34 1/2"; Paper size: 28" x 38 1/4"
Edition Number: 16/66; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "'One Nation Under God', 16/66, Daniel Salazar, 1991". embossed "SHG" on the lower left hand corner;


Comments/Description: From the right to the left there are: a muscular woman, an american flag, an eagle, and a sunset framed by roses. Colors used: 1. Tran. Powder Blue, 2. Tran. Phaylo Blue, 3. Tran. Purple, 4. Tran. Brown, 5. Tran. Red, 6. Tran. Green, 7. Tran. Gray, 8. Tran. Tan, 9. Tran. Yellow, 10. Tran. Off-White, 11. Tran. Lt. Peach, 12. Tran. Burgandy. [In response to a question about information on the content of the print:] "To show american pride and to give thanks for having been born in this great country." D. Salazar
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Salazar, Daniel; Eternal Seeds; (Dec 4-8) 1989; Atelier 14; Westwinds (heavy weight); Image size: 35'' x 24''; Paper size: 38'' x 26''
Edition Number: 4/59, 18/59; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "title, 4/59, signature & 89" Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "Eternal Seeds, 18/59, Daniel Salazar". "SHG" embossed chopmark in right corner of image. Image has been silkscreened over embossing;


Comments/Description: Central image of a rose. Walter w/rose stems in the lower right. Upper right background is a cross with fire behind it. Multi-colored tears are falling down behind the rose in an angle from right to left. Colors used: 1. Gold, 2. Green (Tran.), 3. Blue (Tran.), 4. Purple (Tran.), 5. Brown (Tran.), 6. Red (Tran.), 7. Orange (Tran), 8. Yellow, 9. Aqua Blue (Trans.). "The love and sacrifice of Jesus Christ is to plant seeds of eternal life." D.Salazar
Number of prints: 2
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Saldamando, Shizu; Poster Girl; December 12-14, 2000; Atelier XXXVII; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "Woman standing in front of a graffittied [sic] wall. This print is based off a photo taken of a close friend while waiting in line for Morrissey's autograph." Colors used: Ultramarine Blue, Cool Grey, Taupe, Warm Yellow, Red, and Black.
Number of prints: 2
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Saldamando, Shizu; Snapshot; May 8-11, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18"x 26"; Paper size: 22"x 30"
Edition Number: 4/66, 6/66; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Three young women strike a pose with their finely plucked eyebrows and matching ensembles. Colors used: Mint Green, Blue, Drk Brown, Light Brown, Pink, Pale Yellow, Silver, Drk Grey.
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Saldamando, Shizu; Poster Girl; December 12-14, 2000; Atelier XXXVII; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/75, 6/75; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "Woman standing in front of a graffittied [sic] wall. This print is based off a photo taken of a close friend while waiting in line for Morrissey's autograph." Colors used: Ultramarine Blue, Cool Grey, Taupe, Warm Yellow, Red, and Black.
Number of prints: 2
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Saldamando, Shizu; Snapshot; May 8-11, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18"x 26"; Paper size: 22"x 30"
Edition Number: 4/66, 6/66; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Three young women strike a pose with their finely plucked eyebrows and matching ensembles. Colors used: Mint Green, Blue, Drk Brown, Light Brown, Pink, Pale Yellow, Silver, Drk Grey.
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Sandoval, Teddy; Angel Baby; (April 11) 1995; Atelier 25; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 38" x 26"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/55, 20/55; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/55, 'Angel Baby', Teddy Sandoval, 95". lower left;


Comments/Description: "Main figure is a winged boxer framed by a snake wrapped around a curtain. There is a floating palm in a cloudy sky." (Taken from Certificate of Authenticity) Colors used: 1. Yellow, 2. Lavender, 3. Sky blue, 4. Magenta, 5. Transparent Flesh, 6. Light Red, 7. Dark Red, 8. Lime Green, 9. Warm Grey, 10. Dark Flesh, 11. Dark Brown, 12. Purple, 13. Dark Blue, 14. Trans Royal Blue, 15. Trans. Pink. "My print 'Angel Baby' is about the concerns I have regarding the state of well being. There is plenty to pull from; violence, aids, war, and discrimination of all kinds. We as individuals must begin to change our thoughts within our hearts and our souls. We must do this if we want to live in peace and harmony. 'Angel Baby' is a guardian angel and he is here to help you accomplish this." T. Sandoval.
Number of prints: 2
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Sarnecki, Tomasz and Wayne Healy, Smoker's Game; September 19-23, 1999; Coventry Rag 290 gms.; Image size: 34 3/8" x 23 1/2"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "4/78 Szausa na sukies Toman Sarnecki '99 Healy 99". lower left.;


Comments/Description: "Its a picture with a strong gun, bullet-cigarette, skeleton with big sombrero; smoke, fire, and deathly habit. Its the ideological poster; the habit like Russian R[o]ulette- Smoker's Game like the inknown end -- for every one and every where; its the big challenge for tobacco companies: Which cigarette is the last? For Death or life?" Tomasz Sarnecki. "Major Image; A revolver with a cigarette in the open cylinder. Above is skeleton with a big sombrero holding a cigarette. All are on a background of fire and smoke, fire of the deadly habit. The content of the print is to compare smoking wiht Russian Roulette, Ergo, Smoker's Game." Wayne Healy Colors used: Cream White, Orange Red, Powder Blue, Blood Red, and Black.
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Sarnecki, Tomasz and Wayne Healy, Smoker's Game; September 19-23, 1999; Coventry Rag 290 gms.; Image size: 34 3/8" x 23 1/2"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "4/78 Szausa na sukies Toman Sarnecki '99 Healy 99". lower left.;


Comments/Description: "Its a picture with a strong gun, bullet-cigarette, skeleton with big sombrero; smoke, fire, and deathly habit. Its the ideological poster; the habit like Russian R[o]ulette- Smoker's Game like the inknown end -- for every one and every where; its the big challenge for tobacco companies: Which cigarette is the last? For Death or life?" Tomasz Sarnecki. "Major Image; A revolver with a cigarette in the open cylinder. Above is skeleton with a big sombrero holding a cigarette. All are on a background of fire and smoke, fire of the deadly habit. The content of the print is to compare smoking wiht Russian Roulette, Ergo, Smoker's Game." Wayne Healy Colors used: Cream White, Orange Red, Powder Blue, Blood Red, and Black.
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Schuette, Lynn; "Cross Fire/Truth" From the Bloodstorm Series; (Jan 21-23) 1992; Atelier 22; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 22" x 16 1/8"; Paper size: 26 1/8" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/67, 14/67; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/67, 'Cross Fire/Truth', signature [illegible], '93".


Comments/Description: The image of a person's back, shoulders and head without skin (as if an anatomy lesson--drawn to show false-looking muscles, arteries, spine, etc.) is visible through the window of a three-dimensional cross. The words "boxer", "judge", "bodies" and "truth" are written with different lettering across the body. Colors used: 1. Clear Base, 2. Trans Rust Red, 3. Blend Lt Yellow-Magenta Lt. Yell (sic.), 4. Lt Trans Grey. "'Crossfire:Truth' is from 'Bloodstorm' a series of painting (sic.), drawings, and prints based on the art of boxing. Started in 1990, the series incorporates figurative imagery an (sic.) text from verious literary and sports sources. This image refers to the Mike Tyson rape trial, the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings, and our bodies. The works explore violence and social, political and gender issues using boxing as a vehicle." L. Schuette.
Number of prints: 2
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Segura, Dan; This Is Pain; (Dec 18-20) 1983; Atelier 2; Artprint 25% Rag; Image size: 17 1/2" x 23"; Paper size: 22" x 34"
Edition Number: 4/77; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the print: "4/77 and title" . Fund:funded in part by Atlantic Richfield Foundation.;


Comments/Description: Light yellow figure on a black background.
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Segura, Dan; Like Father Like Son; 1983; Atelier 1; Artprint; Image size: 15 1/2" x 20 1/2"; Paper size: 22 7/8" x 35"
Edition Number: 45/60; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :unknown; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "45/60, copyright, signature/83" . Blue "SHG" at bottom with participating artists; Fund:funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the California Arts Council.;


Comments/Description: Red, turquoise, ochre, yellow on a gray background. Image of a gray father, ochre wind-up child, and yellow houses.
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Serrano, David; Fandango; 1995; Atelier 26; poster; Image size: 26" x 38"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 37/58, 43/58; prnt: Jose Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Three dancers, one in a jaguar suit, another with a parrot suit, and one more with a rooster outfit stands on his own egg. The stage they stand on is composed of golden panels and the background is made up of green speckles.
Number of prints: 2
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Serrano, David; Rapto; 1996; Atelier 28; poster; Image size: 26 1/4" x 30"; Paper size: 30" x 34 3/4"
Edition Number: 38/64, 39/64; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Zeus. Rapes. Europa in a stage like the woods. Light, shows an autumn day. Europa wears a straight-jacket. Colors that predominate are orange, blue, green, lemon yellow, ochre dark, and flesh.
Number of prints: 2
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Shimotsuma, Sister Francis F.; Obon; (Oct 21-23) 1992; Special Project (Images Of The Future); Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 23 3/4" x 16"; Paper size: 26 1/8" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/55, 18/55; prnt: José Alpuche; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below image area reads: "Obon, 4/55, Sister Shitmotsuma, '92". lower left;


Comments/Description: An spherical shape that looks like a yellow Chinese lantern with the image of a skull in the center. Two butterflies and a dragon-flie fly around it and above red and yellow flames on a cyan blue background. Colors used: 1. Trans Lt Yell (sic.), 2. Trans Lt. Blue, 3. Trans. Red, 4. Trans. Violet, 5. Lt Pink Flesh, 6. Dark Pink Flesh. "Obon or 'Feast of the Dead' or Festival of Souls' is observed yearly in Japan on July, 13, 14 and 15./ It's (sic.) purpose is to perpetuate the memory of their ancestors. the living pay homage to thier dead relations by hanging lighted paper lanterns, having conversations with them, providing a meal of theri favorite dishes, and having a Buddisht priest chant sutras for them./ Finally, on the last day 'Farewell Fires' are lighted at the house front as beacons to show the way home." Sister F.F.Shimotsuma.
Number of prints: 2
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Shimotsuma, Sister Frances F.; Los Angeles; (July 10-14) 1992; Special Project (Atelier 19 L.A. Riots); Westwinds; Image size: 16 1/8" x 24"; Paper size: 20" x 28 1/8"
Edition Number: 4/55, 22/55; prnt: Richard Balboa; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below image area reads: "Los Angeles [illegible sign], 4/55, Sister Shimotsuma, '92".


Comments/Description: A series of concentric and broken yellow circles resembling strata. The center is an outlined apple containing half an orange surrounded by worms. Two lizards watch the scene from right and left sides. Colors used: 1. Light Lavender, 2. Baige (sic.), 3. Yellow, 4. Orange, 5. Brown, 6. Blue (Process). "In the print I tried to capture the powerful force I experienced in the recent California earthquake, together with the graphic description of it shown on television shortly thereafter. I intended to portray the rupture of the earth and disturbance of all nature. Included in the print is an orange invaded by a worm which symbolizes California and the recnet destructive riots. The apple depicts the human condition." Sister F.F.Shimotsuma.
Number of prints: 2
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Sigüenza, Herbert O.; Culture Clash=15 Years of Revolutionary Comedy; June 29-July 1, 1999; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 20" x 26"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Commemorative print celebrating Culture Clash's 15th Anniversary. Pictures of the three members of Culture Clash and three performance pictures surrounding a full figure of cantinflas. Colors used: Beige (base), Primary Yellow, Primary Red, Primary Blue, Primary Green, Black, and Transparent Gray.
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Sigüenza, Herbert O.; Culture Clash=15 Years of Revolutionary Comedy; June 29-July 1, 1999; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 20" x 26"; Paper size: 22" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/78, 6/78; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Commemorative print celebrating Culture Clash's 15th Anniversary. Pictures of the three members of Culture Clash and three performance pictures surrounding a full figure of cantinflas. Colors used: Beige (base), Primary Yellow, Primary Red, Primary Blue, Primary Green, Black, and Transparent Gray.
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Sparrow, Peter; Omens; 1983; Atelier 1; Artprint; Image size: 19 1/2" x 25"; Paper size: 23" x 35"
Edition Number: 10/60; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "10/60, title and signature" . Blue "SHG" located at the bottom; Fund:partially funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the California Arts Council.;


Comments/Description: Purple, dark blue, gray, and florescent orange graffiti. Symbols on a white background.
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Sparrow, Peter; Untitled; (Jan 8-15) 1985; Atelier 5; Stonehenge 320 gram-white; Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 36" x 24"
Edition Number: 4/89, 35/89; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "4/89, and signature" . None;


Comments/Description: Light brown and gray circle. Three purple bars on a blue/gray field with red accents. Full bleed. Hand torn edges.
Number of prints: 2
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Sánchez Duarte, Cecilia; Chacahua; (Dec 2-4); Atelier 21; Coventry Rag, 290 gr.; Image size: 17 1/8" x 18 3/4"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/52, 16/52; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/52, Chacahua, Cecilia Sánchez Duarte [the smaller 'u' inside the bigger 'D'], '92". lower right;


Comments/Description: "'Chacahua' is a fisherman's village in the State of Oaxaca, México. It is surrounded by the sea and salt lagoons full of animal and vegetation life. It's magic comes from teh harmonie (sic.) people have with their ambiance, so I wanted to rpresent (sic.) it, talking in my own language (visually) about this. Also the composition rmindes (sic.) of the way ancient people (prehispanics) used to describe their lives on 'amatl' (amate) paper called codices." C. Sánchez Duarte. Colors used: 1. Trans cyan, 2. Trans primrose yell (sic.), 3. Blend; red + orange, 4. Blend: rose + purple, 5. Emerald green, 6. Indigo.
Number of prints: 2
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Taylor, Neal; Balance Of Knowledge/Balance Of Power; (Oct 11-16) 1987; Atelier 10; Westwinds; Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 36" x 24"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil at the bottom reads: "Title, 4/45, signature and 87". bottom left hand;


Comments/Description: A blue stone arch with red spirals and yellow lightning. Colors used: 1. Blue, 2. Red, 3. Green, 4. Yellow, 5. Black, 6. White, 7. Silver. " 'Balance of Knowledge/Balance of Power' deals with the individual coming to a point in himself and society, being educated by its own example. The use of the arch for knowledge and balance; the spiral for inner strength, understanding and compassion; the lightning for physical strength and endurance. Power to the person." N. Taylor. Full Bleed.
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Teruya, Weston Takeshi; They Mistook the Determination in our Eyes for Hopelessness; August 2, 3, and 6, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/83, 6/83; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Hand lettered text at top of print within speed bubble reads "Si no hay lucha no hay victoria". Image is distorted such that it appears to have been taken through a fish eye lens. A woman stands on a side walk with her child in one arm at the center of the print. In the other hand she holds a small iconic home. In simple gray lettering "home" floats below it. In back of her you can see a wall with a mural of stylized figures raising fists and identical men in suits painted over. Colors used: light violet, warm orangs (trans), mustard yellow (trans), gray violet, purple, and transparent white (trans).
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Teruya, Weston Takeshi; They Mistook the Determination in our Eyes for Hopelessness; August 2, 3, and 6, 2002; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/83, 6/83; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Hand lettered text at top of print within speed bubble reads "Si no hay lucha no hay victoria". Image is distorted such that it appears to have been taken through a fish eye lens. A woman stands on a side walk with her child in one arm at the center of the print. In the other hand she holds a small iconic home. In simple gray lettering "home" floats below it. In back of her you can see a wall with a mural of stylized figures raising fists and identical men in suits painted over. Colors used: light violet, warm orangs (trans), mustard yellow (trans), gray violet, purple, and transparent white (trans).
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Thomas, Matthew; Untitled; (Oct 11-14) 1985; Atelier 6; Accent 290 gram-white; Image size: 21 1/4" x 34 1/4"; Paper size: 21 1/4" x 34 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription on a pink line located in the lower left reads: "4/45 and signature". None;


Comments/Description: Two figures on abstracted yellow field. Pink, red, green, and gray background.
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Thomas, Matthew; Cosmic Patterns Print II; (Oct 2-6) 1987; Atelier 10; Westwinds; Image size: 36" x 23"; Paper size: 26" x 23"
Edition Number: 4/48; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area on the purple border reads: "Signature, 11/87 and 4/48" . bottom right hand corner;


Comments/Description: Full bleed. Image of two Egyptian mummies flanking the center image of four purple and two yellow X's. Colors used: 1. Yellow, 2. Gold, 3. Purple, 4. Magenta, 5. Burgandy, 6. Pink, 7. Light Blue, 8. Tran. Blue-Gray, 9. Peralecence (sic.) White, 10. Perlecence (sic.) Yellow, 11. Gold. "The inner worlds made visible to our senses through symbols: form, color and line are used." M. Thomas.
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Torres, Salvador; Viva La Raza; 1998; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 30 3/8" x 23 3/4"; Paper size: 35 1/2" x 28 1/8"
Edition Number: 4/129, 6/129; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/129, Viva La Raza, © Salvador Roberto Torres 98." . embossed "SHG" insignia at lower left-hand corner;


Comments/Description: The center of the poster is a depiction of the United Farm Workers Union eagle in red and purple. Background colors are various shades of green and white. Poster reads "Viva La Raza" in large letters.
Number of prints: 2
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Torrez, Eloy; Deceit Under The Lurking Eye; (Nov 1-3) 1994; Atelier 25; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 29 1/2" x 21"; Paper size: 38 3/4" x 25"
Edition Number: 4/40, 20/40; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/40, Deceit Under The Lurking Eye, Eloy Torrez, 94". Lower left;


Comments/Description: "Angel under a lurking eye surrounded by clouds and the red ocean." (Taken from Certificate of Authenticty) Colors used: 1. Off White, 2. Light Blue, 3. Light Ochre, 4. Light Pink, 5. Light Ultra Blue, 6. Rust Red, 7. Amarillo Ochre, 8. Light Green Yellow, 9. Light Yellow Flesh, 10. Trans. Magenta Brown, 11. Black Magenta Brown, 12. Cool White. "The intent of the peice (sic.) in (sic.) independence. The creator desires his creation but has given her a mind of her own. So now she has the power to accept or reject the creators secret lust." E. Torrez
Number of prints: 2
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Torrez, Eloy; The Pope Of Broadway; (Nov 19-30) 1984; Atelier 4; Stonehenge 245 gms White; Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 40 1/2" x 28"
Edition Number: 4/85, 28/85, 34/85; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "Eloy Torrez, 28/85". None;


Comments/Description: "Full-length portrait of Anthony Quinn standing in front of a theatre." (Taken from Certificate of Authenticity) Colors used: 1. White, 2. Dark Purple, 3. Orange Ochre, 4. Light Magenta, 5. Medium Navy Blue, 6. Light Ochre, 7. Light Yellow, 8. Yellow, 9. Brown, 10. Dark Blue, 11. Light Blue, 12. Purple, 13. Red, 14. Yellow, 15. Light Orange, 16. Dark Blue.
Number of prints: 3
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Torrez, Eloy; Untitled; (Dec 3-13) 1985; Atelier 6; Accent 290 gram-white; Image size: 37" x 24 1/2"; Paper size: 37'' x 24 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/45; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom on the back of the print reads: "4/45 and signature" .


Comments/Description: Woman and child on a gray textured background. Full bleed.
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Torrez, Eloy; Under The Spell; (May 19-21) 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Westwinds; Image size: 24" x 16"; Paper size: 28" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/65, 22/65; prnt: Richard Balboa; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below image area reads: "'Under the Spell', 4/65, Eloy Torrez, 92" . Under woman's left leg;


Comments/Description: A skeleton representing Death is holding a naked woman by her waist and carrying her away. Two red curtains with golden tassels frame the scene. Colors used: 1. Terracotta, 2. Yellow Fleshtone, 3. Yellow Gold, 4. Black, 5. Burgandy, 6. Lime-Green. "I am interested in the dichotomy of life and how they interact and effect on another. Life and Death, List and Love, Spiritual and Physical, Black and White, Male and Female, ect." E.Torrez
Number of prints: 2
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Tovar, Peter; No Tears No Nada; (Oct 8-10) 1992; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 33" x 24 1/4"; Paper size: 40 7/8" x 30 1/8"
Edition Number: 43/61, 47/61; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "43/61, No Tears No Nada, P. Tovar, '92". Lower left;


Comments/Description: Composition made of a conglomeration of oversized figures such as a Nopal, a dagger, a chile, a slice of watermelon, and a long narrow-neck glass, among others. Colors used: 1. Lt. Medium Yell, 2. Lt Pink, 3. Trans-Green, 4. Lt Trans. Blue, 5. Trans. Magenta, 6. Opaque Black. "The print has to do with people trying to run away from there (sic.) problems, people being someone or something they aren't. I don't want to see these people ending up as a name on a sugar skull. Let's rejoyce (sic.) over positive thing (sic.) no (sic.) over how they went or why they left so soon." P. Tovar.
Number of prints: 2
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Tovar, Peter; L.A./ 92; (May 5-7) 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Image size: 24 1/2" x 16 1/2"; Paper size: 28" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/55, 22/55; prnt: Richard Balboa; mtrx :Cut; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below image area reads: "LA/92, 4/55, P. Tovar". Lower right corner;


Comments/Description: Multicolored collage of images depicting a moon, a heart, a cactus, an eye, and a fish among others. On the lower left corner, black type on a dark purple background reads: "Can we get along..." Colors used: 1. Yellow (Transparent), 2. Red (Transparent), 3. Green Opaque, 4. Orange Opaque, 5. Blue Transparent, 6. Black Opaque, 7. Red Touch Up. "The large fish at the bottom is the base for everything above it. It represents Christ he is the backbone of our worl and way of life. The one eye is god who see's everything we do - good or bad. the catus (sic.) and chili represents our sinful nature which is spiraling out of hand. Even our city's are burning with the R.King thing. I'm trying to say what R.King said [']Can we get along[']."
Number of prints: 2
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Uribe, Mario; The Voyage Of The Akatsuki Maru; (Feb 23-25) 1993; Images Of The Future; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 16 1/8" x 22 1/8"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/69, 12/69; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/69, 'The Voyage of The Akatsuki Maru', signature [illegible], '93". Lower left (SHG);


Comments/Description: A black ship sails on light green and dark green sea. The green sky has white clouds--one which dominates and overlooks the ship, roughly the shape and demeanor of a skull. The cloud is reflected in the sea with an ominous black shadow--larger than the cloud which seems to merge with the black ship as if it is consuming the ship or a part of the ship. The symbol which is used to warn people of the presence of hazardous waste is in the lower right-hand corner of the print below Japanese characters which state the title of the print. Colors used: 1. Clear Base, 2. Blend: Blue Green to Light Green, 3. Red (Twice), 4. Trans. Med. Grey, 5. Dark Blue Green, 6. Very Dark Blue. "'The Voyage of the Akatsuke Maru' was created in objection to the Japanese Government's insensitive disregard of worldwide concern and outcry over the severe environmental risks of transporting massive amounts of deadly radiotoxic plutonium. One ounce can kill one million people. The Akatsuke Maru carried 1.7 tons of plutonium; a total of 30 tons are (sic.) scheduled to be transported. The imagery is intended to convey the risk which such a shipment represents." M.Uribe
Number of prints: 2
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Urista, Arturo; Juego De Pelotá; (July 19-24) 1987; Westwinds; Image size: 19" x 25"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 42/57; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the left side, on the left corner below the image, and on the right side below the image; they read: "Juego De Pelotá, 42/57, Arturo Urista, 87". Right hand lower corner;


Comments/Description: Colors used: 1. Blue gray (light), 2. Light Blue, 3. Yellow, 4. Red, 5. Black, 6. Blue. "'Juego de Pelotá' is a socal historical perspecive on the competitive games being played emotionally. The images shows [sic] the consequences of the games that never end. The image begins on the top left were [sic] Mexico's acient [sic] ball game is played and the *winner is honored to be sacraficed to the gods. The godess [sic] (right figure) rips apart a bird symbolizing man's ego when losing. The ball is being kicked into the chamber of a pistol whiched [sic] is being fired throught [sic] the body of a male holding a dagger that is used for ritural [sic] sacrafices. (*The winner is never shown.)
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Urista, Arturo; Commonalities; (July 22-24) 1987; Image size: 19" x 25"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 49/61; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil on the right hand corner of the image reads: "Arturo Urista, 87, 49/61, Commonalities". 15 + 55: No Chop;


Comments/Description: "The imagery has 3 elements; [sic] The helicopter beaming down it's light (top left), 2 obscure figures facing one way and a directional target mark (top right). The three figures carry common religious related symbols. The fist figure to the left has the soul (The common philosophies that search for the inner self). The second carries the Virgin Mary the most popular identity in Mexico's Catholism. The last figure carries the most communicative media the television. The target, top right gives the direction of where the figures are heading to." Triangles and text frame the compostion. Colors used: 1. Ligh (sic.) Green, 2. Red, 3. Yellow, 4. Pink, 5. Blue, 6. Black. "'Commonalities' is a visual statement pertaining to common issues I have shared with family and friends in East Los Angeles and in Tujuana, Mexico. The imagery has 3 elements; the helipcopter beaming down it's (sic.) light (top left), 3 obscure figures facing one way and a directional target mark (top right). The three figures carry common religious related symbols. The fist (sic.) figure to the left has the soul (the common philosophies that search for the inner self). The second carries the Virgin Mary the most popular identity in Mexico's Catholism (sic.). The last figure carries the most communicative media the television. The target, top right gives the direction of where the figures are heading to. The helicopter beams down it's (sic.) light on middle figure the one I most relate to and is also is (sic.) a statement of the violation of privacy and the search for the undocumented." A. Urista
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Urista, Arturo; Chicano P.D. Badge; (Apr 12-14) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 26" x 17"; Paper size: 30" x 21"
Edition Number: 4/70, 20/70; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/70, Chicano P.D. Badge, Arturo Urista, 94". Bottom center;


Comments/Description: "An East Los police department badge of Chicanos." Central image of a "shield" with a figure in the middle. Text frames and makes up most of the composition. Colors used: 1. Bright Yellow, 2. Deep Green, 3. Deep Magenta Red, 4. Ligh (sic.) Yellow Green, 5. Magenta Red, 6. Black.
Number of prints: 2
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Urista, Arturo; Califas State Badge; (Apr 12-14) 1994; Atelier 24; Coventry Rag 290 grms; Image size: 26" x 17"; Paper size: 30" x 21"
Edition Number: 4/70, 19/70; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "4/70, Califas State Badge, Arturo Urista, 94". Bottom center;


Comments/Description: "3 poles intersecting a ribbon over an eagle-symbol." Text frames and makes up most of the compostion. Colors used: 1. Bright Yellow, 2. Deep Green, 3. Deep Magenta Red, 4. Light Yellow Green, 5. Magenta-Red, 6. Black.
Number of prints: 2
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Urista, Arturo; The Travel Back; (Nov 20-24) 1989; Atelier 14; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 20 1/2" x 30"; Paper size: 26" x 35 3/4"
Edition Number: 4/65, 42/65, 47/65; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "The Travel Back, 42/65, Arturo Urista, 89" Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/65, title, signature and 89" . Outside of lower right hand corner.;


Comments/Description: "A background of crosses (gold) and figures transforming from the cross[es]. Five gold goddess[es] pass through the scale of lady justice and proceed towards a "Mayan Residential" pyramid." (Taken from Certificate of Authenticity) Gold abstracted heads wearing bandanas facing a gold, yellow and orange temple. Gradation of gold/red crosses and abstracted torsos arranged in rows facing upward. Black fine print border 3" around the image. Colors used: 1. Pastel Green/Yellow (split fountain), 2. Red, 3. Gold, 4. Golden Yellow-Orange, 5. Pink, 6. Blue. "The migration of the cultural from the logic of Blind Justice back to the spirituality of the Mayans. The imagery depicts women as the sole identity of the movement towards the roots of cultural awareness; from Mexico to the U.S. and back." A. Urista.
Number of prints: 3
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Urista, Arturo; Welcome To Aztlan; (Feb 2-6) 1987; Atelier 9; Westwinds; Image size: 22 1/2" x 37"; Paper size: 26 1/8" x 40 1/8"
Edition Number: 20/46; prnt: Oscar Duardo; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Welcome to Aztlan, 20/46, Arturo Urista". None;


Comments/Description: A configuration which is similar to a map of states in the southwest United States is the major image. Each state has small images such as guns, cacti, longhorns, and footprints within the borders. The map has some triangles across it and is surrounded by a dark border of symbols. Colors used: 1. Gray, 2. Light Blue, 3. Medium Green, 4. Medium Yellow, 5. Dark Scarlet Red, 6. (Transparent) Emerald Green, 7. (Transparent) Medium Yellow, 8. (Transparent) Rhodamine, 9. (Transparent) Turquoise Blue, 10. Gloss Black.
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Urista, Arturo; El Llamado Dividido; n.d.; Image size: 22 1/2" x 35" ; Paper size: 26 1/4" x 40"
Edition Number: 34/58; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "34/58, El Llamado Dividido, [triangle symbol], Arturo Urista". embossed "SHG" insignia located in lower right corner outside image area;


Comments/Description: Two main cartoon-like images almost identical and facing in opposite directions. The background is a big plane of yellow with several pieces of writing, small triangle- and cross-shapes, and small cartoon-like drawings. Colors used: 1. Yellow, 2. Split/Blue green to light blue green, 3. Split/Lt. Pink/Dark Pink, 4. Light Blue Gray, 5. Dark Red, 6. Black, 7. Dark Green, 8. Light Blue. "The 'El Llamado Dividido' or the 'Divide Call' is images and messages that constitute a call for unity under cultural/social and political beliefs but are divided because of soical (sic.) up bringings (sic.)." A.Urista
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Urista, Arturo; Spiral and Bones ; (Sept 5-6) 1993; Special Project (Monotype); Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 15" x 18 5/8"; Paper size: 20 1/8" x 26 1/8"
Edition Number: 4/67,18/67; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Mono / type, 4/67, Spiral y Bonez [sic], Arturo Urista, 93". Lower left;


Comments/Description: Two skeletons in black ink, wearing hats and suits are holding each other's arms and dancing on the top of spirals shapes. On each side, a stream of flowers grows a little higher than the figures, in a symbolic stem of leaves and fire. There are two versions of this print, one on a yellow- red background, and another in a blue-gradation background.
Number of prints: 2
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Urista, Arturo; Duel Citizenship; (Nov 23-27) 1987; Atelier 10; Westwinds; Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 37" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/53, 33/53; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom reads: "Arturo Urista, Duel Citizenship, and 4/53" . lower left hand;


Comments/Description: Two figures fighting on a green and red checkered floor enclosed in a shrine. Colors used: 1. Red to Pink, 2. Light Grey, 3. Yellow, 4. Green, 5. Blue, 6. Dark Red, 7. Light Yellow, 8. Turquoise to Gray, 9. Black. "The fight represents the differences in ideologies concerning the decision-making about citizenship. The decision is either to maintain Mexican citizenship and deny any involvement in policy making in the United States or to give up Mexican citizenship and, much more, to become U.S. citizens. The images that I include are: A flag; a country's symbolic identity; el apache; a reminder of the country's cultural roots; the drum: the disciplining of a country's ideologies; el valiente; the defender of one's country." A. Urista.
Number of prints: 2
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Valadez, John M.; Día de los Muertos, Announcement Poster for; ca. 1977; Image size: 33" x 22 7/8"; Paper size: 35" x 23 1/8"
Edition Number: unknown ed.; Signed;, Inscription in blue ink in lower right corner inside image area reads: "J. M. Valadez, (c) copyright Rcaf, 1977". "(c) copyright RCAF, 1977" located in lower right corner and "Self Help Graphics & Art Inc. / 2111 Brooklyn Ave., Suite 3 / Los Angeles, Calif. 90033 / Phone; 264-1259" in back of print.;


Comments/Description: Announcement Poster for "Día de los Muertos." Image of Jesus Christ holding a heart in his hand with a figure of a dead man beneath it. There is lettering on the left-hand side of the print which reads: "In commemoration of / the dead and the / reaffirmation / of the joy / of life / Día de los Muertos / Day of the Dead / Evergreen Cemetery / November 6, 1977 / Procession 2:30 / entertainment / El Teatro Campesino / films-music-comida / sponsored by Self-Help / Graphics & Art Inc. / 2111 Brooklyn Ave. / Los Angeles, Califas / 90033.
Number of prints: 2
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Valadez, John M.; Novelas Kachina; (Oct 13-15) 1992; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 24 1/8" x 38"; Paper size: 24 1/8" x 38"
Edition Number: 37/52, 41/52 ; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "37/52, Novelas Kachina, J.M. Valadez, 92'". Lower left;


Comments/Description: Within the multi-colored, image-packed print there are three emotional, realistic, male faces surrounding a center that consists largely of wild, indigenous images. Throughout, there are small, subtle faces which seem real enough to be drawn from or as photographs. Two of the largest center images are of figures--one green, standing upright and the other red, bent forward holding a face or a mask. Colors used: 1. Yellow, 2. Pink Flesh, 3. Medium Flesh, 4. Blue, 5. Green (light), 6. Red. "Specifically explaining the prints (sic.) contents risks convulusion. Simply I found a similarity in ancient cariacture and the more recent kind of popular graphics involving human drama." J.M.Valadez.
Number of prints: 2
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Valadez, John M.; Untitled; (March 19-26) 1985; Atelier 5; Stonehenge 320 grams-white; Image size: 24 3/4" x 35 1/2"; Paper size: 24 3/4" x 35 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/88, 35/88; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "4/88, and signature". None;


Comments/Description: Three blue male figures in the foreground. On a red field the remainder of the human figures are superimposed on each other.
Number of prints: 2
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Valdez, Patssi; Calaveras De Azucar; (Oct 16-20) 1992; Atelier 20; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 34" x 25"; Paper size: 34" x 25"
Edition Number: 43/55, unknown ed.; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil blending within the patterns at bottom reads: "Calaveras de Azucar, 43/55, Patssi Valdez" . Lower right;


Comments/Description: Two grinning skulls, one female (yellow head encircled by blue beads where neck would normally be, matching blue earrings, shoulder length hair) and one male (bow tie in place of neck, short red hair, green face) sit upon a circular table top with three smaller skulls in party hats, a bottle of liquor and two cocktail glasses. The images are surrounded by red and green crosses and colorful swirling designs. Colors used: 1. Trans Lt Yell (sic.), 2. Trans Blue, 3. Trans Red, 4. Trans Violet, 5. Trans Magenta. "This print is depicting the celebration of the dead." P. Valdez
Number of prints: 2
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Valdez, Patssi; Scattered; (Nov 30 - Dec 4) 1987; Atelier 10; Westwinds; Image size: 24" x 36"; Paper size: 24" x 36"
Edition Number: 4/54; prnt: Oscar Duardo; Signed;, Inscription located at the bottom of the image area reads: "Signature, title, date" . "SHG" chops located at the bottom of the image area;


Comments/Description: A black and white collaged self portrait. Kodalith transfer. Full bleed. Colors used: 1. White, 2. Black/Blue, 3. White. "This print is autobiographical: The breaking away of the old and the emergence of the new self." P. Valdez.
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Valdez, Patssi; November 2; 1998; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 18 1/4" x 12 1/8"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/57, 6/57; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/57, November 2, Patssi Valdez 98.". embossed "SHG" insignia at lower left-hand corner;


Comments/Description: The artist honors a woman recently deceased. Her framed picture is on a purple mat surrounded by the Zempasuchil/Marigold flowers. There are calaveras with lit candels, papel picado hanging on a string, and multi-colored confetti.
Number of prints: 2
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Valdez, Patssi; Dia de los Muertos 2000; September 5-13, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 21" x 14"; Paper size: 28 1/2" x 19 7/8"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed.


Comments/Description: Table alter for day of the dead. Colors used: Light Cerullean Blue, Dark Blue, Dark Brown, T Magenta, Marigold, T White, Light Purple, T Red, T Yellow, T Midtone Blue, Opaque White, T Drk Turquoise Blue, D Chocolate Brown, Clr Bse, Ivory White, Brown Blck.
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Valdez, Vincent; Suspect: Dark Hair, Dark Eyes, Dark Skin; November 14 and 21-27, 2002; Special Project; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/77, 6/77; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "The context of this print deals with ideas and communities, social and political. The idea stemmed from several elements, particularly individual figures and incidents in society, For example, St. Sebastian was a religious martyrs, [sic] perseated [sic] and profiled for his religious beliefs, which is where the pose comes from. Bullet holes replaced the arrows which were shot into Sebastian. Second, his T-shirt identifies Bin Laden and is portraying a stereotypical and profiled Middle [Ea]stern male "This is the enemy" - Not only is this another type of racial profiling and brainwashing done in America, it is also a [sic] another hypocritical stone that America takes. Obviously we have foreign enemies, yet we presente [sic] our own and abuse our own. Finally this image was done in memory of , who was gunned down by several off-duty officers in Brooklyn, . He was stopped while walking on the sidewalk for no reason and as he reached into his pocket, he was shot 42 times and killed. He reached into his pocket for his I.D. "It is a dangerous time and a dangerous place to have dark clothes, dark hair, dark eyes, and dark skin." Vincent Valdez. [Note: the artist seems to be referring here to Amadou Diallo.] Colors used: 120C Yellow, 167C Orange, 032C Red, 000Z-C Black, ZN)R-C Brown, OSZN-C Dark Brown, 277C Light Black, 000Z-C Black, and Clear Gloss.
Number of prints: 2
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Valdez, Patssi; Dia de los Muertos 2000; September 5-13, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 21" x 14"; Paper size: 28 1/2" x 19 7/8"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed.


Comments/Description: Table alter for day of the dead. Colors used: Light Cerullean Blue, Dark Blue, Dark Brown, T Magenta, Marigold, T White, Light Purple, T Red, T Yellow, T Midtone Blue, Opaque White, T Drk Turquoise Blue, D Chocolate Brown, Clr Bse, Ivory White, Brown Blck.
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Valdez, Vincent; Suspect: Dark Hair, Dark Eyes, Dark Skin; November 14 and 21-27, 2002; Special Project; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/77, 6/77; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "The context of this print deals with ideas and communities, social and political. The idea stemmed from several elements, particularly individual figures and incidents in society, For example, St. Sebastian was a religious martyrs, [sic] perseated [sic] and profiled for his religious beliefs, which is where the pose comes from. Bullet holes replaced the arrows which were shot into Sebastian. Second, his T-shirt identifies Bin Laden and is portraying a stereotypical and profiled Middle [Ea]stern male "This is the enemy" - Not only is this another type of racial profiling and brainwashing done in America, it is also a [sic] another hypocritical stone that America takes. Obviously we have foreign enemies, yet we presente [sic] our own and abuse our own. Finally this image was done in memory of , who was gunned down by several off-duty officers in Brooklyn, . He was stopped while walking on the sidewalk for no reason and as he reached into his pocket, he was shot 42 times and killed. He reached into his pocket for his I.D. "It is a dangerous time and a dangerous place to have dark clothes, dark hair, dark eyes, and dark skin." Vincent Valdez. [Note: the artist seems to be referring here to Amadou Diallo.] Colors used: 120C Yellow, 167C Orange, 032C Red, 000Z-C Black, ZN)R-C Brown, OSZN-C Dark Brown, 277C Light Black, 000Z-C Black, and Clear Gloss.
Number of prints: 2
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Vallejo, Linda; Black Orchid; (Jan 5-9) 1987; Atelier 9; Westwind; Image size: 36 1/8" x 24 1/8"; Paper size: 40 1/8" x 26 1/8"
Edition Number: 27/45; prnt: Oscar Duardo; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Black Orchid, 27/45, Vallejo, 87". None;


Comments/Description: Oversized image of a multicolored flower in pink and purple tones on a navy blue background. Straight stems are spreading out from the center--like a light beam and spreading out in different directions. Colors used: 1. Pink-White, 2. Yellow Primrose, 3. Yellow Chrome, 4. Blue 44, 5. Red 38, 6. Burgundy 36, 7. blue 45, 8. Blue 41, 9. Lilac, 10. Blue Black, 11. Blue Green 46.
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Vallejo, Linda; Untitled; (Dec 4-13) 1984; Atelier 4; Stonehenge 245 gram; Image size: 24" x 36"; Paper size: 41 1/4" x 28 1/2"
Edition Number: 4/88, 34/88; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/88, signature and '84" . None;


Comments/Description: Human head. Tints and shades of magenta, with circular design. Center ground: yellow, orange, magenta, pink amd green in front of a dark blue sky. Mat varnish. Colors used: 1. White, 2. Dark Blue, 3. Magenta, 4. Pink, 5. Yellow, 6. Purple, 7. Pink, 8. Blue, 9. Yellow, 10. Blue, 11. White, 12. White, 13. Blue, 14. Varnish.
Number of prints: 2
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Vargas, Tecpatl; The Mercury Weeps; February 27- March 1, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 16" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/62, 6/62; prnt: José Alpuche; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Half-tone images from 1930's-1950's Popular Science, Popular Mechanics issues. Man wearing goggles, woman playing organ; woman playing organ, woman withte head of a chicken; flourescent light bulbs; feet in high heels, xerox enlargements, cut and paste, five color separations with ruby lith and stat film. Colors used: Light Blue, Dark Blue, Green, Yellow Green, Dark Grey Green.
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Vargas, Tecpatl; The Mercury Weeps; February 27- March 1, 2001; Maestras 2; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18" x 26"; Paper size: 16" x 30"
Edition Number: 4/62, 6/62; prnt: José Alpuche; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Half-tone images from 1930's-1950's Popular Science, Popular Mechanics issues. Man wearing goggles, woman playing organ; woman playing organ, woman withte head of a chicken; flourescent light bulbs; feet in high heels, xerox enlargements, cut and paste, five color separations with ruby lith and stat film. Colors used: Light Blue, Dark Blue, Green, Yellow Green, Dark Grey Green.
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Vega, Salvador J.; Volador; (April 12-21) 1993; Special Project (Chicago); Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 26 1/2" x 38 1/2"; Paper size: 26 7/8" x 38 7/8"
Edition Number: 4/76, 14/76; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in white color located at the bottom of the print reads: "4/76, 'Volador', Salvador J. Vela [illegible], 93" . Lower Left;


Comments/Description: Multicolored composition of geometrical shapes around a blue round form with human face. From the tip of the nose, a curvilinear shape opens up resembling sexual organs and extending around in the shape of wings. Colors used: 1. Trans Ultramarine, 2. Trans Medium Yellow, 3. Trans Orange Red, 4. Trans Green, 5. Trans Magenta, 6. Trans Cerulean Blue, 7. Trans Rich Brown, 8. Trans Orange Yellow, 9. Trans Turquoise, 10. Trans Gold, 11. Opaque Black, 12. Trans Pearl White. "Originally taken from one of my painting titled 'Volador,' meaning flyer, symbolizes a brid headress (sic.) face." S.J.Vega.
Number of prints: 2
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Velazquez Navarro, Genaro; Algo Quedó; 1997; Atelier 29-31 #4 & #6; Image size: 22 1/4" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/59, 41/59; Signed. lower left corner;


Comments/Description: Faceless woman with a black and purple cloak.
Number of prints: 2
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Villa, Esteban?; Ruben's Graffitti; n.d.; Image size: 15" x 21"; Paper size: 19" x 25"
Edition Number: 20/50; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "20/50, Rubens Graffitti, Villa" .


Comments/Description: Multiplied image of different sizes of a man (Ruben?). On the top of the print, flourescent orange type reads: 'Ruben's Graffitti; on the bottom, blue type reads: "Califa's Aztlan."
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Villa, Esteban; Homefront Homeboy; June 10-14, 2003; Atelier XLI; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/72, 6/72; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "Close-up head and shoulder side view of a young Chicano man. His white T-shirt is used as a blind fold. Against a midnight-blue back ground are what appears to be bullet casings and blood drops metamorp[h]ized into hot jalapenos. "Homefront Homeboy" Street wars are happening. Boys are playing with guns. Like the Civil War its brother against brother. The blind fold on this young Chicano is symbolic of blind fury blind date blind execution blind presecution [sic] blind justice." Colors used: Clear Base, Ultra Blue, Sienna Flesh, Off White, Yellow Ochre, Red, Black, and Clear Gloss.
Number of prints: 2
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Villa, Esteban; Homefront Homeboy; June 10-14, 2003; Atelier XLI; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 22" x 16"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/72, 6/72; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed.; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: "Close-up head and shoulder side view of a young Chicano man. His white T-shirt is used as a blind fold. Against a midnight-blue back ground are what appears to be bullet casings and blood drops metamorp[h]ized into hot jalapenos. "Homefront Homeboy" Street wars are happening. Boys are playing with guns. Like the Civil War its brother against brother. The blind fold on this young Chicano is symbolic of blind fury blind date blind execution blind presecution [sic] blind justice." Colors used: Clear Base, Ultra Blue, Sienna Flesh, Off White, Yellow Ochre, Red, Black, and Clear Gloss.
Number of prints: 2
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Westcott, Gloria; ˇAdiós Hollywood!; (June 26-29) 1992; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots; Westwinds; Image size: 25 5/8" x 17 5/8"; Paper size: 28" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/54, 23/54; prnt: Richard Balboa; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/54, ˇAdiós Hollywood!, Gloria Westcott, '92". Left lower corner;


Comments/Description: The foreground is a palm tree whose leaves have been partially cut out to show different designs and patterns: asian characters, moiré patterns, flowers, maps... The background is a view of the business district in downtwon Los Angeles with City Hall and hotel buildings. The main colors are fluorescent green, pink, purple, and orange. "This print represents the city of L.A. which I see everyday, during the riots the city smoked and burned, I have been doing a series of ˇAdios Hollywood! for over a year and always knew the city was going to burn but never understood why or how. It was only appropriate to make a print that captured the city burning: the palm tree [is] such a symbol of L.A. and my faithful companions from my window on Echo Park." G. Westcott
Number of prints: 2
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Yanish, Mary; Pericardium; 1998; Atelier 33; silkscreen; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26 1/8"
Edition Number: 4/55, 6/55; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/55, Pericardium, Mary Yanish 98". embossed "SHG" insignia at lower left-hand corner of poster;


Comments/Description: Image of a winged sphinx in black with silver outline centers the poster. The figure has the face of a woman with horns, a yin and yang sign, and a moon with stars on her forehead. There is a golden halo-like shield behind the woman's head. Background is of green hills with a purple/pink sky.
Number of prints: 2
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Yańez, Lawrence; Sofa So Good; (Jan 24-28) 1991; Atelier 16; Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 36" x 26"; Paper size: 38 1/2" x 28"
Edition Number: 14/56; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil and in ink within the image reads: "(pencil) 14/56, Yańez [illegible], and (ink) Sofa So Good, (c) Yańez, '91". Bottom right-hand corner;


Comments/Description: "[A] living room scene" with a sofa, a back wall with a desert image, and carpet on the floor. Colors used: 1. Red, 2. Gray, 3. Tan, 4. Pink , 5. Lt. Green, 6. Green, 7. Lt. Turquoise, 8. Lt. Lavender, 9. Orange-Yellow, 10. Yellow, 11. Silver, 12. Black. "Part of a series of scenes from a Chicano house - foreground television - Moya serape throw rug - pair of P.F. flyers - jalapeńo couch (hot seat) cucui cushion - la Virgen sin Cara, satire on de Grazia, mural or real landscape bordered by indigenous motif, jesus around the corner." L. Yańez
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Yańez, Lawrence M.; Cocina Jaiteca; (Aug 1-5) 1988; Westwind (heavyweight); Image size: 36" x 24"; Paper size: 39" x 26"
Edition Number: 17/60; prnt: Oscar Duardo; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in ink and in pencil within the image area reads: "(pencil) 17/60, Yańez [illegible] and (ink) c/s Cocina Jaiteca, (c) Yańez, '91". Lower left hand corner of image;


Comments/Description: "Kitchen interior with taco in foreground, refrigerator, stove, white, window view of the southwest." (Taken from Certificate of Authenticity) Colors used: 1. Peach Orange, 2. Scarlet Red, 3. Green, 4. Pink, 5. Light Gray, 6. Transparent Turquoise, 7. Transparent Purple, 8. Transparent Light Brown, 9. Orange, 10. Silver, 11. Charcoal Black.
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Yańez, Lawrence; Once Juan Won One; (May 12-14) 1993; Special Project; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 26 1/8" x 38"; Paper size: 30" x 44"
Edition Number: 4/56, 20/56; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Once Juan Won One, 4/56, ? [illegible] Yańez, '93". Lower gith;


Comments/Description: Interior of a bathroom. The opened window reveals the landscape of Arizona. The curtains are green and have a pattern of skulls. To the left is the bath tub and the 'tacos' shower curtain. To the right is a blue dresser and a painting of San Juan Bautista. The mirror above the sink reflects a cross with the figure of Jesus which is hanging on the opposite wall. On the red tiled floor are a rubber duck, a ship, and sandals. The scene is framed all around by repeated images of an aeroplane, a face, a broken heart, and small triangles in a blue and green background. Colors used: 1. O. Mint Green, 2. O. Baby Blue, 3. T. Fire Red, 4. O. Lt. Pink, 5. O. Lt. Mouve (sic.), 6. O. Black. "Once my uncle bought a raffle ticket and won a complete bathroom set!" L. Yańez
Number of prints: 2
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Ybarra, Frank; Our Lady of Guadalupe, Arizona; February 3-4, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: Joe Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Our Lady of Guadalupe, Street Scene, landscape im background, rays extending our on upper third of print. My piece represents the town of guadalupe, Arizona. A small town located south-east of Phoenix. Guadalupe has ermained a small traditional community untouched by big development, surrounded by Mega malls and typical modern suburban living. Colors used: Dk. Violet Black, Yellow, Blue, Red, Purple, Green, and Beige/Transparent.
Number of prints: 2
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Ybarra, Frank; Our Lady of Guadalupe, Arizona; February 3-4, 2000; Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16" x 22"; Paper size: 20" x 26"
Edition Number: 4/80, 6/80; prnt: Joe Alpuche; mtrx :destroyed; signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: Our Lady of Guadalupe, Street Scene, landscape im background, rays extending our on upper third of print. My piece represents the town of guadalupe, Arizona. A small town located south-east of Phoenix. Guadalupe has ermained a small traditional community untouched by big development, surrounded by Mega malls and typical modern suburban living. Colors used: Dk. Violet Black, Yellow, Blue, Red, Purple, Green, and Beige/Transparent.
Number of prints: 2
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Yorba, Kathleen D.R.; The View; 1995; Atelier 26; poster; Image size: 38 1/2" x 26"; Paper size: 44" x 30"
Edition Number: 30/63, 32/63; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed. lower left;


Comments/Description: View of an artist's studio in predominantly browns and greens. In the studio is the back of a female model and an easel.
Number of prints: 2
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Yáñez, Larry; Cama Na My Howze; December 14 and 17, 1999; Coventry Rag 290 gms.; Image size: 26 1/2" x 31 7/8"; Paper size: 30" x 34"
Edition Number: 4/72, ?/72; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil in image are reads, "4/72 -Para Karen- Cama Na My Howze TL Yáñez '99". There is also a signature and copyright symbol incorporated into the print. lower right in image area.;


Comments/Description: Bedroom Scene[.] Part of the Dream Chicano House - each room based on childhood memories - elements from different homes of my mother and many many tias + cousins, ninas + amigas de mi madre. Colors used: Pink, Blue, Purple, Red, Green, Yellow, Brown, Gray, Black, and Trans/Gloss.
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Yáñez, Larry; Cama Na My Howze; December 14 and 17, 1999; Coventry Rag 290 gms.; Image size: 26 1/2" x 31 7/8"; Paper size: 30" x 34"
Edition Number: 4/72, ?/72; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroyed.; signed. Inscription in pencil in image are reads, "4/72 -Para Karen- Cama Na My Howze TL Yáñez '99". There is also a signature and copyright symbol incorporated into the print. lower right in image area.;


Comments/Description: Bedroom Scene[.] Part of the Dream Chicano House - each room based on childhood memories - elements from different homes of my mother and many many tias + cousins, ninas + amigas de mi madre. Colors used: Pink, Blue, Purple, Red, Green, Yellow, Brown, Gray, Black, and Trans/Gloss.
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Zains, Marisa; Phantom Feur II; 1983; Atelier 1; Artprint; Image size: 19" x 25"; Paper size: 23" x 35"
Edition Number: 27/60; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil reads: "27/60, title, signature and 83" . No chop; Fund:partially funded by the California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.;


Comments/Description: High contrast woman holding a yellow dot pattern. The sphere has a blue/purple gradation for the background.
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Zenteno, Sergio; Untitled; 1992; Images Of The Future; Coventry Rag, 290 grms; Image size: 19" x 17 1/4"; Paper size: 26" x 20"
Edition Number: 4/62, 16/62; prnt: José Alpuche; mtrx :Destroye (sic.); Signed;, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Sergio Zenteno, 92, 4/62". Lower right;


Comments/Description: Seven independent black and white abstract shapes in a white background. It is not clear what they are although a cross, a female figure, an eye, an other anthropomorphic forms can be identified. These forms are filled in with several patterns that seem to be merely decorative.
Number of prints: 2
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Zoell, Bob; Sunflowers For Gauguin; (Oct 14-17) 1985; Atelier 6; Accent 290 gram-white; Image size: 29" x 18"; Paper size: 33" x 22 1/4"
Edition Number: 4/30; prnt: Stephen Grace; mtrx :Destroyed; Signed;, Inscription in pencil located at the bottom of the image area reads: "4/30, title and signature" . None;


Comments/Description: Abstract saturated color fields. Red, yellow, green, blue and black outlines. White background.
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Atelier (Self-Help Graphics and Art, Inc.)

Zoell, Bob; Sunflowers for Gauguin; October 14-17, 1985; silkscreen
Site/Location: Self-Help Graphics & Art, Inc. 3802 Cesar E. Chavez Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90063; fund: National Endowment for the Arts Visual Arts; slide photographer: Adam Avila; no. of slides: 1.
ID No. Cat.2 146.
Atelier (Self-Help Graphics and Art, Inc.)