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Amaranta Sandys

Xilomena

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Acrylic on canvas

Ships from Seattle, Washington, USA

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24 x 17 x 2 in

609.6 x 431.8 x 50.8 mm

61.0 x 43.2 x 5.1 cm

0.6096 x 0.4318 x 0.0508 meter

Currently exhibited in Seattle. Ships on August 27
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Artwork Description
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“Xilomema” She is Aztec goddess of agriculture, sometimes called "goddess of nourishment", a goddess of abundance and the female aspect, can be described as a deity of food, drink, and human livelihood. With this painting, I want to bring awareness on sustainable agricultural practices and the end of genetical modified crops, especially for corn, choclo, elote, a Mesoamerican sacred food plant.
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Amaranta es una Artista Y Educadora de Artes Visuales del Sur de Seattle. Originaria de la Ciudad de México, en donde ha vivido por 26 años, Seattle es su segunda casa.
Ambos lugares, ha influenciado su trabajo artístico representado los vivos colores de su cultura combinado elementos naturales encontrados alrededor del Pacífco Noroeste.
Su narrativa visual y personal, se puede distinguir a tráves de colores vivos, líneas marcadas, y texturas, inspiradas por la naturaleza, ciclos de vida, rituales ancestrales y cambio social.


Amaranta Sandys is a South Seattle based Mixed Media Artist and Teaching Artist. Originally from Mexico City and calls Seattle her second home.
Her artwork has been inspired by social change, nature, cycles, ancestral rituals and social change. Her illustrations depict personal visual narratives through bright colors, bold lines & textures.
"I portray peoples struggles and awareness from indigenous rights, racial social justice, equity, diversity and pure joy. Women are connected to mind and hearth. Through my artistic practice, I try to find balance on creative space, urban life and family time. I use acrylic, clay, vintage maps, watercolor pencils and found objects."
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