I’m thrilled to be part of BRIC’s Short List curated by Elizabeth Ferrer. BRIC’s Contemporary Artist Registry is a fabulous place for discovery. Brooklyn has plenty of treasures, and artists are such an important part of the borough. I love the sense of community, creativity and history the borough contributes to the magic of New [...]
Rossana Martinez Between Two Lungs, 2012-2013 Performance Body Monoprints Beet ink on paper 14 x 17 inches
I finally found a title for a new series of performance body monoprints using homemade beet ink. It has taken me many, many breaths to make these new works so I thought it to be a perfect title to describe the whole experience. I listen to Florence + the Machine while I run in the [...]
Luminescence Dressed in Red & Pink, 2012 A/P Performance Body Monoprint Book Gouache on paper 20 inches x 6 7/8 inches
See the World in Orange and Blue, 2011 Momentary movements Orange and blue woodless colored pencils, paint, hands, wall, sketchbook, paper Installation/performance at EFA Project Space, New York, NY I have been exploring the idea of body geometry by incorporating abstraction, movement and color. I am interested in creating an experience, and a dialogue between the [...]
Happy 2012 to all! I’m so uber proud and grateful to be part of the exhibition, Voces y Visiones: Gran Caribe at El Museo de Barrio; Curated by Rocío Aranda-Alvarado. I simply love everything about this place: the staff, building, colors, cafe…! VOCES Y VISIONES: Gran Caribe Drawn from El Museo del Barrio’s wide-ranging Permanent Collection, this exhibition [...]
Daylight, 2010 Performance drawings using colored pencils on paper 14 x 17 inches; 11 x 14 inches; 9 x 12 inches This new series of performance drawings continues my exploration into the subtle movements my body makes and my connection to my immediate environment. The works are raw and unedited — I move, I absorb, [...]
Photo contest submission by Jennifer Day From Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.