Chelo Amezcua, born in northern Mexico in 1903, then living from the age of ten until her death in 1975 in the provincial border town of Del Rio, Texas, was a self-tutored artist. Her linear drawings, executed with ordinary ballpoint pens, invite exploration of a life story that reveals a naturally fecund imagination enriched by the complex interplay of cultural traditions along the Mexico–Texas border during the first half of the twentieth century. Featured in Raw Vision 71.
Nicole Appel, Spaceships, 2013. Pencil on Paper, 19”x24”
Nicole Appel, Israeli Flags and Mussels, 2013. Pencil on Paper, 19”x24”
Nicole Appel, Trains, Lamps and Mathematical Equations, 2014. Pencil on Paper, 19”x24”