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Ana María Hernando, from Argentina and based in Colorado, is a multidisciplinary artist. She is interested in making the invisible visible, and devotedly explores the sacred feminine through women's rich histories, their daily lives and relationship to hand-worked textiles and wares. In her installations, Ana María uses textiles in abundance, and includes the work of women from around Latin America, from embroideries of cloistered nuns in Buenos Aires, to the weavings and wares of Peruvian women from the mountains.

Ana María is the 2020 Prix Henry Clews in Sculpture awardee chosen by La Napoule Art Foundation. She spent 2020 in-residency and having a major solo show at the foundation’s Château and gardens by the Mediterranean in France. She has recently had solo exhibitions at the CU Art Museum with a published catalogue, Seidel City (Boulder, CO), Robischon Gallery (Denver, CO), and Building Bridges (Los Angeles, CA). Undomesticated, a documentary about her work by Amie Knox from A bar K Productions premiered in May of 2018. In the Summer of 2019, Ana María crafted a temporary billboard installation out of tulle for Downtown Denver, CO. Other solo shows include the MCA Denver, the Tweed Museum of Art, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, BMoCA in Boulder, CO, the International Center of Bethlehem in the West Bank, the Oklahoma and the Marfa Contemporary. Ana María has collaborated through the years with master printmaker Bud Shark of Shark’s Ink in Lyons, Colorado, just completing the last pair of lithographs in December 2020, published in 2021.

Ana Maria Hernando is slated for an extensive solo exhibition at the Denver Botanic Gardens beginning in September of 2021 entitled “Fervor.” In 2022, a collection of Hernando’s diverse works will be shown at Robischon Gallery and the Sun Valley Museum of Art in Ketchum, Idaho. You can find more of her work on her website (www.AnaMariaHernando.com) and her Instagram (@AnaMariaHernandoArt).

 

 

 

In the gallery pages, you will find a gallery of images including Hernando's recent art installations, paintings, works on paper, works on wood, sculptural installations, prints, textile art and poetry.