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Guide to the Juana Alicia Collected Works Digitized Art Collection CEMA 106
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Artwork

 

Annotated List of Collected Works

 

Las lechugueras (The women lettuce workers), 30" x 50", Politec acrylic paint. Photo: Tim Drescher 1983

 

Las lechugueras (The women lettuce workers), detail. 30" x 50", Politec acrylic paint. Photo: Martha Edwards 1983

 

Las lechugueras (The women lettuce workers), detail of profile. 30" x 50", Politec acrylic paint. Photo: Martha Edwards 1983

 

Las lechugueras (The women lettuce workers), detail of tractorista. 30" x 50", Politec acrylic paint. 1983

 

Celos/Jealousy, oil pastel on rag paper, 42" x 46" 1984

 

El paseo del siglo/The ride of the century, detail 3' x 5' of prismacolor pencil on paper, 5' x 6' 1984

 

El paseo del siglo/The ride of the century, silkscreen print on paper, 3' x 5' 1984

 

El paseo del siglo/The ride of the century, detail 18" x 24" of silkscreen print on paper, 3' x 5' 1984

 

La ponkalavera güera ( The blonde punk skeleton), 26" x 40", pastel and collage on rag paper 1984

 

La ponkalavera güera ( The blonde punk skeleton), 26" x 40", silkscreen print on rag paper 1984

 

Para los rosas/For the roses, mural on the facade of the San Francisco Mime Troupe Building Politec acrylic paint, 18' x 51' 1985

 

Para los rosas/For the roses, detail of Lenny Bruce 1985

 

Para los rosas/For the roses, detail of Fantasy Record musicians: Mongo Santamaria, Cal Tjader & Paul Desmond 1985

 

Para los rosas/For the roses, detail of Frida Kahlo 1985

 

Dream, oil pastel drawing on paper, 38" x 48" 1985

 

The diamond on Liz's bosom, prismacolor pencil on paper, 40" x 40" 1985

 

La mujer del rio Sumpul/The woman of the Sumpul river, 46" x 56", pastel on paper 1986

 

Auto-vision/Self-portrait, pastel on rag paper, 22" x 26" 1987

 

Earthbook, Skyline College Library, San Bruno, California. Politec and Nova Color acrylic paint, 10 1/2' x 16' with students Barry Mc Gee and Sia Young 1987

 

Earthbook, detail of hands 1987

 

Harlequin, pastel on rag paper, 34" x 56". Collection of Roma Guy. 1987

 

New world tree, Mission Pool Mural, 70' x 30' approximately, Politec and Nova Color acrylic paint, designed and executed with Susan Cervantes and Raul Martinez. Nineteenth Street (between Valencia and Guerrero), San Francisco Mission District. Photo: Bob Hsiang. 1987

 

New world tree, detail 1987

 

Capullo/Cocoon, acrylic on canvas, 48" x 60" 1988

 

Ceasefire/Alto al fuego, 10' x 15', acrylic on stucco. 21st and Mission Streets, San Francisco 1988

 

Cultura sin fronteras/Culture without borders, Novato Hispanic Cultural Center mural, 30' x 15', approximately. Acrylic on stucco, designed and executed with student artists Concha Marina Aparicio, Rosario Alcazar and Julia Coyne, Novato, California. Photo: Marvin Collins 1988

 

Puente de la paz/Bridge of peace, mural in the Commons Building of World College West, 375 square feet, acrylic on sheet rock surface. Designed and executed with student artists Julia Coyne and Kiana Thompson, Petulama, California. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1988

 

Puente de la paz, detail of Sadako Sasaki. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1988

 

Survivor, pastel on rag paper, 48" x 48". Photo: Marvin Collins. 1988

 

El umbral/The doorway, pastel on paper, 40" x 50". Photo: Marvin Collins. 1989

 

Yo naturaleza, oil on canvas, 60" x 60". Photo: Marvin Collins. 1989

 

Citizen, pencil on grey paper, 9" x 12". Photo: Marvin Collins. 1990

 

Danzante, watercolor and pastel on watercolor paper, 40" x 60". Photo: Marvin Collins. Collection of Rene Di Rosa. 1990

 

Mariposas, pastel and oil pencil on gessoed paper, 20" x 45". Photo: Marvin Collins.

 

Mission street manifesto, acrylic mural on panels, 12' x 25'. Photo: Marvin Collins. Installed at San Francisco State University Student Union, after being commissioned by 20th Century Fox for the movie Class Action. Photo: Marvin Collins.

 

Mujer con garbo/Woman with attitude: East (Poet Genny Lim), pastel and charcoal on rag paper, 38" x 50". Collection of Fil Vela. Photo: Marvin Collins.

 

Mujer con garbo/Woman with attitude: West (Social Worker Omolade Massasi), pastel and charcoal on rag paper, 38" x 50". Collection of Fil Vela. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1991

 

Mujer con garbo/Woman with attitude: North (Printmaker Victoria Cameron), pastel and charcoal on rag paper, 38" x 50". Collection of Fil Vela. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1991

 

Mujer con garbo/Woman with attitude: South (Photographer Laura Herrera), pastel and charcoal on rag paper, 38" x 50". Collection of Fil Vela. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1991

 

Regeneracion/Regeneration, 12' x 24' acrylic mural on panels, commissioned by MACLA (Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latinoamericano), at 1st and San Carlos Streets, downtown San Jose. Moved: Recently purchased for new Hispanic National University, currently under construction in San Jose. 1991

 

La promesa de Loma Prieta: Que no se repita la historia (The promise of Loma Prieta: That history not repeat itself), 21' x 21' interior acrylic mural, Oakes College, University of California, Santa Cruz. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1992

 

La promesa de Loma Prieta: Que no se repita la historia (The promise of Loma Prieta: That history not repeat itself), detail of artist Frida Kahlo and writers Genny Lim and Maxine Hong Kingston. 21' x 21' interior acrylic mural, Oakes College, University of California, Santa Cruz. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1992

 

La promesa de Loma Prieta: Que no se repita la historia (The promise of Loma Prieta: That history not repeat itself), detail of border. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1992

 

La promesa de Loma Prieta: Que no se repita la historia (The promise of Loma Prieta: That history no repeat itself), detail of student assistant Angel Alambra. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1992

 

La promesa de Loma Prieta: Que no se repita la historia (The promise of Loma Prieta: That history not repeat itself), detail of Taino. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1992

 

La promesa de Loma Prieta: Que no se repita la historia (The promise of Loma Prieta: That history not repeat itself), detail of Green Giant striker with Virgen de Guadalupe. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1992

 

El dia de las madres (Mother's day) Watercolor illustration for children's book by Ana Matieta, published by Boston Children's Museum. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1995

 

El dia de las madres (Mother's day) Watercolor illustration for children's book by Ana Matieta, published by Boston Children's Museum. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1995

 

Maestrapeace, mural on The San Francisco Women's Building, 18th and Valencia Streets, Collaborative work with Edythe Boone, Miranda Bergman, Susan Cervantes, Meera Desai, Yvonne Littleton, and Irene Perez. Photo: Marvin Collins, Ruben Guzman, et al. 1994

 

Maestrapeace, 18th Street façade. Photo: Marvin Collins, Ruben Guzman, et al. 1994

 

Maestrapeace, Lapidge Street façade. Photo: Marvin Collins, Ruben Guzman, et al.

 

Maestrapeace, Lapidge Street façade. Photo: Marvin Collins, Ruben Guzman, et al. 1994

 

Maestrapeace, detail of Rigoberta Menchú, Yemaya, and Coyoxaulqui. Photo: Marvin Collins, Ruben Guzman, et al. 1994

 

Maestrapeace, detail of Rigoberta Menchú. Photo: Marvin Collins, Ruben Guzman, et al. 1994

 

Maestrapeace, detail of Yemaya. Photo: Marvin Collins, Ruben Guzman, et al. 1994

 

Maestrapeace, detail of Yemaya, face. Photo: Marvin Collins, Ruben Guzman, et al. 1994

 

Maestrapeace, detail of child with ancient goddess figure. Photo: Marvin Collins, Ruben Guzman, et al. 1994

 

Maestrapeace, detail of child with textiles. Photo: Marvin Collins, Ruben Guzman, et al. 1994

 

El dia de las madres (Mother's day) Silkscreen print on rag paper, produced with Jos Sances at Alliance Graphics, Berkeley. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1995

 

¡Cross-pollinate!, detail of brindis, acrylic interior mural on sheetrock at Whole Foods Market in San Francisco, 6' x 60'. Detail size: 6' x 10'. Franklin and California Streets, San Francisco, CA. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1998

 

¡Cross-pollinate!, detail of child and elder. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1998

 

¡Cross-pollinate!, detail of gumbo. Photo: Marvin Collins.

 

¡Cross-pollinate!, detail of rice farming. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1998

 

¡Cross-pollinate!, detail of soup. Photo: Marvin Collins. 1998

 

Santuario/Sanctuary, mixed media preparatory drawing for San Francisco International Airport, with Emmanuel Catarino Montoya (sculpture), 19' x 23'. International Terminal G, Gate Room 98. Photo: Rik Clingerman. 1999

 

Santuario/Sanctuary, detail of father and daughter, mixed media preparatory drawing, with Emmanuel Catarino Montoya (sculpture). Photo: Rik Clingerman. 1999

 

Santuario/Sanctuary, detail of mother and son, mixed media preparatory drawing, with Emmanuel Catarino Montoya (sculpture). Photo: Rik Clingerman. 1999

 

Santuario/Sanctuary, Silkscreen print of design for fresco painting for San Francisco International Airport, Juana Alicia (fresco) with Emmanuel Catarino Montoya (sculpture), 25" x 34". Mural located in the International Terminal G, Gate Room 98, World Rights Reserved. Photo: Rik Clingerman. 1999

 

Santuario/Sanctuary, completed fresco (with sculpture by Emmanuel Catarino Montoya), 19' x 23', International Terminal G, Gate Room 98, World Rights Reserved. Photo: Rik Clingerman. 1999

 

Santuario/Sanctuary, completed fresco painting for San Francisco International Airport, with Emmanuel Catarino Montoya (sculpture), detail of embracing couple. Detail size 8' x 12', World Rights Reserved. Photo: Rik Clingerman. 1999

 

Santuario/Sanctuary, completed fresco painting for San Francisco International Airport, with Emmanuel Catarino Montoya (sculpture), detail of mother and son. Photo: Rik Clingerman. 1999

 

Santuario/Sanctuary, completed fresco painting for San Francisco International Airport, with Emmanuel Catarino Montoya (sculpture), close-up detail of woman's face. Photo: Rik Clingerman. 1999

 

A woman's place: A warrior in the struggle for international solidarity/El lugar de la mujer: Una guerrilla en la lucha para la solidaridad internacional , acrylic mural on panels (installed) at the United Electrical and Machine Workers of America, Local 506, Erie, Pennsylvania, 10' x 54'. Photo: Ed Bernik. 2000

 

A woman's place: A warrior in the struggle for international solidarity/El lugar de la mujer: Una guerrilla en la lucha para la solidaridad internacional , detail of central figures. Photo: Ed Bernik. 2000

 

A woman's place: A warrior in the struggle for international solidarity/El lugar de la mujer: Una guerrilla en la lucha para la solidaridad internacional , detail of Alicia Rosas. Photo: Ed Bernik.

 

A woman's place: A warrior in the struggle for international solidarity/El lugar de la mujer: Una guerrilla en la lucha para la solidaridad internacional , detail of Underground Railroad tunnel. Photo: Ed Bernik. 2000

 

A woman's place: A warrior in the struggle for international solidarity/El lugar de la mujer: Una guerrilla en la lucha para la solidaridad internacional , detail of international labor struggles. Photo: Ed Bernik.

 

All life is inter-related, acrylic mural on canvas, 10' x 20', portable mural for Destiny Arts Center, Oakland, CA, assisted by Molly Segal. Photo: Catrina Marchetti. 2001

 

La virgen de la libertad, 6' x 8' hand-made mosaic tile mural on plywood panel, installed in garden, San Francisco, CA, World Rights Reserved. 2001

 

La virgen de la libertad, 6' x 8' hand-made mosiac tile mural on plywood panel, installed in garden, San Francisco, CA, World Rights Reserved. 2001

 

Ceasefire/Alto al fuego, 10' x 15', acrylic on stucco. 21st and Mission Streets, San Francisco. Restored. 1988, 2002

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, prepatory sketch for mural. Mixed media: acrylic paint, pencil, ink on paper. 42" x 92". 2003

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, preparatory sketch for mural, detail of Chalchi. Detail size, 10" x 20". 2003

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, acrylic mural on stucco, 30' x 70'. York and 24th Streets, San Francisco Mission District. 2004

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, acrylic mural on stucco, 30' x 70'. York and 24th Sreets, San Francisco Mission District. 2004

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, detail of Llorona and child 2004

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, detail of Llorona River Valley women. 2004

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, detail of Llorona 2004

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, detail of Llorona profile. 2004

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, detail of Chalchi 2004

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, detail of mother of desaparecida. 2004

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, detail of desaparecida. 2004

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, detail of confrontation in Cochabamba. 2004

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, detail of mother of Narmada child. 2004

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, detail of nopal. 2004

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, detail of hands and feet. 2004

 

La Llorona's sacred waters, detail of feet on sea turtle. 2004

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, four ceramic bas-relief murals, ceramic tile frieze, and cement sidewalk. An original work owned and commissioned by the University of California, San Francisco. Ambulatory Care Clinic, UCSF Medical Center, 400 Parnassus Avenue, San Francisco, CA. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, OLLIN Mural, 10' x 15' hand-made ceramic tile mural. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Juana Alicia with OLLIN Mural. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, ¡Strike! Mural 9' x 13' hand-made ceramic tile mural, detail of banner. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, ¡Strike! Mural, details of faces. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, ¡Strike! Mural, detail of faces. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, ¡Strike! Mural, detail of janitors and striker. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, ¡Strike! Mural, detail of strikers. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, ¡Strike! Mural, detail of strikers' hands. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Traditions Mural, 9' x 13' hand-made ceramic tile mural. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Traditions Mural, detail of Pediatrician and child. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Traditions Mural, detail of child. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Traditions Mural, detail of manos sobre chakra. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Juana Alicia with Traditions Mural. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Traditions and OLLIN Murals. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Helix Pathway, inlaid cement sidewalk. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, OLLIN Mural, 10' x 15' hand-made ceramic tile mural. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Tools for healing, 100' hand-made ceramic frieze, detail of California poppy tile. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Tools for healing, 100' hand-made ceramic frieze, detail of Chinese acupuncture tile. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Tools for healing, 100' hand-made ceramic frieze, detail of echinacea tile. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Tools for healing, 100' hand-made ceramic frieze, detail of maiz tile. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Tools for healing, 100' hand-made ceramic frieze, detail of medicine bags tile. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Tools for healing, 100' hand-made ceramic frieze, detail of milagro tile. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Sanarte: Diversity's pathway/Sendero de la diversidad, Tools for healing, 100' hand-made ceramic frieze, detail of sage tile. Photo: Anobel Odisho. 2005

 

Oh yeah, oyá, acrylic on masonite, 46" x 48". 2006

 

Oh yeah, oyá, detail of left face. 2006

 

Oh yeah, oyá, detail of left side. 2006

 

Oh yeah, oyá, detail of right face. 2006

 

Justice for political prisoners: Mumia Abu-Jamal speaks from death row, preparatory sketch for mural. Mixed media: conté crayon, prismacolor pencil and pastel on cotton rag paper. 23" x 52 1/2". 2006

 

Justice for political prisoners: Mumia Abu-Jamal speaks from death row, preparatory sketch for mural, detail of Mumia Abu-Jamal. 2006

 

Justice for political prisoners: Mumia Abu-Jamal speaks from death row, preparatory sketch for mural, close-up detail of Mumia Abu-Jamal. 2006

 

Justice for political prisoners: Mumia Abu-Jamal speaks from death row, preparatory sketch for mural, detail of Geronimo section. 2006

 

Justice for political prisoners: Mumia Abu-Jamal speaks from death row, preparatory sketch for mural, detail of center section. 2006

 

Justice for political prisoners: Mumia Abu-Jamal speaks from death row, preparatory sketch for mural, detail of Cindy Sheehan section. 2006

 

Justice for political prisoners: Mumia Abu-Jamal speaks from death row, preparatory sketch for mural, detail of Iraqi woman section. 2006

 

Justice for political prisoners: Mumia Abu-Jamal speaks from death row, preparatory sketch for mural, detail of Iraqi woman. 2006

 

Justice for political prisoners: Mumia Abu-Jamal speaks from death row, preparatory sketch for mural, detail of hands. 2006

 

Justice for political prisoners: Mumia Abu-Jamal speaks from death row, preparatory sketch for mural, detail of Assata Shakur. 2006

 

Justice for political prisoners: Mumia Abu-Jamal speaks from death row, preparatory sketch for mural, close-up detail of Assata Shakur. 2006

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