In activist and artist Diana Garcia gathered for the first time with the Grandmothers in Arizona, like many she became inspired by the depth and wisdom of the Grandmothers and their mission. We are so grateful and honored for her work portrayed in the Grandmothers Wisdom: Reverence for All Creation book, where she created original artwork portraying each Grandmother in her element. We welcome you to join us in celebrating this incredible work of art by visiting the mural at E. Houston and Elizabeth Street, it will be up now through November 3rd! It is truly a revolutionary work of our time. Jump to.
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Diana you are a true creative. In your artworks you represent, important social issues, such as global warming. You want to communicate a message through your art. I like questioning our daily choices, search for new perspectives, inspire myself and others to be responsible in creating the lives of our dream. You are Mexican. Your origins influence your art. What do you love to represent of your country and what are the artistic projects that you have realized on this theme? My country carries lots of magic and mysticism. My Guardians are inspired by Mexican alebrijes, which are wood sculptures that are mixes of different animals.
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