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And I Feel Fine / Y Me Siento Bien

"And I Feel Fine / Y Me Siento Bien" is a series of hand-embroidered paintings of images of migrants traveling to and across the US-Mexico border juxtaposed with people during and after mass shootings. Each artwork takes four to six months to produce. The series was begun in 2019 and is ongoing.

A brief artist statement about the series "And I Feel Fine / Y Me Siento Bien".

Installation View

(Brownsville Museum of Fine Art, 2023)

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The Work

And I Feel Fine / Y Me Siento Bien V, 2023

Hand-embroidered thread, acrylic paint, oil pastel, colored pencil, marker on tear away stabilizer

91 x 112 in

231 x 284 cm

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And I Feel Fine / Y Me Siento Bien IV, 2022

Hand-embroidered thread, acrylic paint, oil pastel, colored pencil, marker on tear away stabilizer

87 x 117 in

221 x 297 cm

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And I Feel Fine / Y Me Siento Bien III, 2021

Hand-embroidered thread, acrylic paint, oil pastel, colored pencil, marker on tear away stabilizer

70 x 115 in

178 x 295 cm

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And I Feel Fine / Y Me Siento Bien II, 2021

Hand-embroidered thread, acrylic, color pencil, pastel on tear-away stabilizer

94 x 95 in

239 x 240 cm

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And I Feel Fine / Y Me Siento Bien I, 2020

Hand-embroidered thread, acrylic, color pencil, pastel on tear-away stabilizer

63 x 95 in 

160 x 241 cm

Details

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