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painting cycle 2010 – 2011
CITLALTÉPETL

2010
  Nocturno. Divertimento No.1, 2010 Visión del Citlaltépetl No. 4, 2010

Citlaltépetl.
Homenaje a Gerardo Murillo.
2010
Citlaltépetl, 2010 Lavanda, 2010
     
 

2010. Exhibition An unassailable light. Museum of Anthropology of Xalapa. Inside the cultural activity of the
Bicentenary of the Independence of Mexico.
· Retrospective exhibition Lucille Wong: Four decades of painting, at the Museo El Cuartel del Arte.
Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico.
A catalogue with text of E. R. Blackaller is published.
· 2011. Exhibition Recent Work. Patricia Mendoza Gallery. Baja California.
· Exhibition Nudes, flowers, sceneries. Centro Cultural La paz. Baja California Sur, México.

 
     
      2011
 
 

Destellos dorados, 2011

Homenaje a Turner No. 3, 2011

Volcán a la luz de la luna, 2011

     
 
 

        La sombra, 2011

         Viento solar, 2011

   
 
     
 

Owner of a personal accent (the pictures denounce she, do not need signature) and fundamental motives and interrogations, his work safeguards the astonishment essence of the human being: Each image is the custody. On the subjects that mature in his paintings speak the titles, the designation and the sincerity of his great cycles: the embodiment of the stupor before the immense, the frightening rites of the religions, the superior force of the unexpected and the soft resplendence of the games and disguises of the water is called Guilin, Iguazú, Xinantécatl, Citlaltépetl...

   E. R. Blackaller

 
 
 
 
  Galería Sumi-e   Galería caballos

Lucille Wong: Retrospective.
Four decades of painting.
Catalog, 2010
Text of E. R. Blackaller

 

Citlaltépetl
Digital, catalog, 2012

 

Looks on the Citlaltépetl
Digital, catalog, 2012

 
     
 
  Galería Sumi-e    Galería caballos  

DVD An Inasurable Light
Exhibition in the MAX
, 2010

 

2 DVD Retrospective.
Four decades of painting
. 2010

 

 
     
 
2010. Video on the individual Exhibition A light inasible presented in the Museum of Anthropology of Xalapa. Mexico.
A light inasible, 2010    
 
 

Horizonte, 2011

Murmullos, 2011

Mar y brisa, 2011

 
 


Fulgor, 2011


Esplendor, 2011


Rumor del viento, 2011

 

 

Resplandor del sol, 2011

 
 
2012 Digital drawing Zen brush
THE LIGHT, THE TIME, THE FLEETING
       

Nube, 2012

Lluvia, 2012

Mariposa, 2012

Gota, 2012

     
 

2012. A permanent exhibition is inaugurated in Patricia Mendoza Gallery of San José del Cabo, BCS.
· The Cultural center San Ángel invites her to take part in a collective exhibition nexto to the most renowned artists who have had its study in San Ángel, like Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and Leonardo Nierman between others.
· Publishes the book of digital drawings The light, the time, the fleeting.
· Begins a pictorial cycle about the Desert and the nature of the Baja California peninsula.

 
     
     
 
   

The light, the time, the fleeting. Digital drawings book with Zen brush. 2012

 

DVD Flowers, Landscapes and Nudes
Retrospective in BCS. 2012

 
 
     
 

Yegua de crin dorada, 2012

Caballo en azul, 2012

Caballo en dorado, 2012

 

Patio de jacarandas y duraznos, 2012

 
The exhibition Flowers, landscapes and nudes becomes the detonator for the pictorial cycle about the Baja California desert, which testifies these two videos.
 
Flowers, landscapes and nudes. 2012 The dance of life, 2013  
     
 

2013. Participates in the IX Biennale of Contemporary Art. In Firenze, Italy.

 
     
2013  
painting cycle 2012 – 2017
BAJA CALIFORNIA. THE DESERT
     

Sol en La Giganta, 2013

Oasis, 2013

Finisterra, 2013

     
 

La danza del sol, 2013

La danza de la luna, 2013

 

     
   
Lirios blancos, 2013    
painting cycle 2012 – 2017
BAJA CALIFORNIA. THE DESERT
  2014
     

   
 

Isla espíritu santo, 2014

 

Cielo rojo, 2014

 

 



 

 



Dunas, 2014

Tres cirios, 2014

 

Rosas del desierto, 2014

 

Las tres vírgenes, 2014

     

Danza del principio y el fin, 2014

Diálogo del sol, 2014

La Giganta solar, 2014

     
 

2014. Collective exhibition: LE BIZ Lounge, Paris / Hall "The Guinguette", Toutry, Burgundy. France.

 
     
2015    
painting cycle
THIRTEEN MOMENTS OF LIGHT
     

Instante de luz No. 12, 2015

Instante de luz No. 4, 2015

Instante de luz No. 8, 2015

 
 

2015. Exhibition: The dance of life, Unit of Seminars Ignacio Chavez, UNAM
· It takes part in the collective Exhibition: They in the art, UAEM
· Participates in the collective exhibition: The Landscape, contemporary vision, Artemiza Gallery,
Ciudad Obregón, Sonora. Mexico.

2016. She integrates to the committee of directors of the AMCATH, along with distinguished personalities of the National University, Mexico.

 
     
   
2016  
 

Caballo blanco, 2016

 
   

 

Corcel y viento, 2016

 

Caballo dorado, 2016

       
   

Eclipse rojo 2016   

   
     

Rosas rojas y flores, 2016

Árbol de Huanacaxtle, 2016

Viggé biaundo. Olivo, 2016

 
     
 

Behind the look there is the life, the memory and the remembrances; memory and remembrances that are stored and configured since the artist is born (perhaps from earlier) until now in that it applies the brush on the canvas.
At that moment not only works the individual memory, but the memory of the peoples and the times.

  E. R. Blackaller

 
     
     
 

2017. The World Council of Visual Artists (COMAV) invites her to participate in International Collective Exhibition: World Day of Art.
· Exposes in the Congress of the AMCATH.
· The Niagara Falls History Museum invites her to take part in the Collective Exhibition: Water for life, to be celebrated in 2018.

 
     
   

 

El abismo


El abismo está ahí
preñado de silencio

un algo otro estremecedor

¿Cuál es el proceso?
¿Qué fuerza impulsa a crear?

Crear es un trabajo de vida, concebir un cosmos.

Y cuando se gesta la luz
como se gesta la criatura en el vientre materno,
no queda más que . . . nacer

  Lucille Wong


 

 
 
 
 

 

     
     
     
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