Lynda P. Jasso-Thomas

Country: USA
 

Title:  Mujures Curanderas

Medium: Clay, feathers, raffia, and beads

Size: 9" x 12"





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Jasso-Thomas is a Chicana / Latina artist, art educator, and workshop leader. She creates clay masks and other feminist forms such as shields and functional dinnerware.

Her selected solo exhibitions include: Old Town Gallery, Florence, Oregon, 1990-'94; Springfield Museum, Springfield, Oregon, 1991; and Art in the Governor's Office, State Capitol Galleria, Salem, Oregon, 1991.

Her selected group exhibitions include: Newport Visual Arts Center, Newport Beach, Oregon, 1994; Opus 5 Gallery, Eugene, Oregon, 1994; Women's Caucus for Art (national exhibition), Seattle, Washington, 1993; Mindpower Gallery, Reedsport, Oregon, 1993; Rogue Gallery, Medford, Oregon, 1990; Whitebird Gallery, Cannon Beach, Oregon, 1994 and 1987; and Lyons Gallery, Redlands, California, 1985.

Featured articles on her work include: Nostoras, Oregon Humanities for the Arts, Salem, Oregon, 1995; Oregon Coast Magazine, Florence, Oregon; Hispanic Magazine; and Center of the Study for Women in Society, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
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