Patricia Cazorla & Nancy Saleme (Venezuela)

October 27, 2012 § Leave a comment

Niña Azul II. Mixed Media on Canvas: 30 in x 23 in 76.2 cm x 58.42 cm 2010

As a collaborative artist team, our focus is to depict the plight of Hispanic migrant workers in the U.S. Our artwork, usually large mural-scale paintings and sculptures, are portraits of farm workers, people of all ages including the elderly and young children. The majority of pickers are undocumented immigrants from Mexico or other Latin American countries that usually leave their homeland in a search for security and better living. This work aims to capture the essence of human nature and express the struggle of society to improve living conditions. Art is our tool to bring some sense of social justice to the life of individuals that are invisible in our society.

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