Baño de estrellas y luna

Baño de Estrellas y Luna

Nuestra Canción Anaranjada

Nuestra Canción Anaranjada

La montaña se ha bañado en nuestro lago

La Montaña se ha Bañado en Nuestro Lago

“Baño de Estrellas y Luna”
(Bath of Stars and Moon)
30” x 22”
Acrylic inks and acrylics on paper

Nuestra Canción Anaranjada”
(Our Orange Song)
41 1/2” x 30”
Acrylic inks and acrylics on paper

“La montaña se ha bañado en nuestro lago”
(The mountain bathed in our lake)
44″ x 30″
Acrylic inks on paper
Ana María Hernando, originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, makes paintings, sculptural installations, drawings, and prints with a layering of natural and formal elements. She is moved by the transparent actions she finds in the work of women, in the movement of the flowers, and in a loving hand. She takes the designs from the mantillas and mantones worn for church and the festivities of her Spanish and Latin background, and blends them with floral and organic images.

She is also a poet and translator. Her work has been included in several poetry books, and often she performs in Spanish and English with poet Kenneth Robinson from Nashville, Tennessee. They are working on The Salka Poetry Project, with a book of poems and art scheduled to be published in 2016. As part of the Salka Poetry Project, they published the Salka Archipelago, a limited edition of thirty hand-made bookswith master printmaker Bud Shark in 2013.

She is a single mother of three and lives in Boulder.