A few write ups and interviews to share.

Ricardo Romo has recently been writing about artists for various blogs and presses. I want to thank Dr. Ricardo Romo for his interest in my work. He and his wife Harriett are wonderful supporters of my work as well as other Chicano/a artists. They have donated some of their collections to museums and organizations throughout the United States.

Thank you Dr. Romo for your kindness in the past as well as for this recent interview invitation.

Marta Sanchez: Art Formed by Culture, Tradition, and Memory

This artcile was also printed on http://latinopia.com/blogs/romo-de-tejas-marta-sanchez/

2019 Hispanics in Philathropy Conference in Washington D.C. https://soundcloud.com/behipgive

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Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Chicana painter Marta Sanchez is deeply inspired by traditional Mexican folk art expressions. Her works on paper are mostly linocuts and monotypes, which follow the social and cultural traditions of Mexican and Chicano/a Art. Her paintings are mainly on tin or industrial corrugated metal. The materials, scale, and issues connect to present day concerns.