Infertility Paintings as Chairs

<strong>I Cry Inside</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, acrylic, 70cm x 60cm, 1998. <br />The flowers = good things that happen to you; hummingbirds = friends that support you; all around is beautiful and full of love, but yet you have a sorrow and cry inside.
<strong>How Much Love</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, oil & pastel, 45cm x 35cm, 1996. <br />For me there is nothing more beautiful than a mother with her child in her arms.
<strong>Come Closer</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, oil & pastel, 60cm x 50cm, 1996. <br />Nine steps, nine months to conceive, please come closer please make it.
<strong>Flow</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, oil & pastel, 50cm x 60cm, 1996. <br />One has to flow in life, the willow tree, is a problem we have to face it and continue flowing.
<strong>How Do I Get There</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, gouache, 40.5 x 30.5cm, 1998. <br />Every treatment was negative.  How do I become pregnant if the bridge falls each time.
<strong>Another Treatment</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, oil & pastel, 40cm x 50cm, 1996. <br />I always cried as I painted this one, I thought I did not have the strength to go through another invitro, but with time I did.
<strong>Let Go</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, oil & pastel, 50cm x 60cm, 1996. <br />Locked up and chained in my own world.  Had to learn to let go!
<strong>Waiting For A Miracle</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, acrylic, 100x 80cm, 1998. <br />The tiles represent how ones emotions change, sometimes you are fine, then confused and hurt.  I built an alter waiting for a miracle.
<strong>Still Time To Change</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, gouache, 30.5cm x 40.5cm, 1998. <br />Sometimes we go along the same painful path as if we are blindfolded, its never too late to change ones attitude towards the problem.
<strong>All In Harmony</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, oil & pastel, 50cm x 40cm, 1996. <br />When you are in harmony physically and mentally things flow.
<strong>My Wish</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, gouache, 50cm x 68cm, 1993. <br />First painting with chairs, I wanted another chair at my table, I wanted three charis, I wanted a family.
<strong>The Three Of Us</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, acrylic, 80cm x 60cm, 2003. <br />At last our dream came true, we became three.
<strong>Let's Go Son</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, oil & pastel, 35cm x 45cm, 1996. <br />It seems so easy for others to have babies.  This is an indigenous woman with her baby wrapped in her shawl.
<strong>Welcome Come In</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, oil & pastel, 60cm x 50cm, 1996. <br />Where ever the soul of the baby comes from, welcome, come in, become part of my family.
<strong>Which Way</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, gouache, 40.5cm x 30.5cm, 1998. <br />I wanted to know the future, I wanted to know the shortest way to have a baby.
<strong>Virgen In Niche</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, acrylic, 50cm x 40cm, 1997. <br />Praying to become pregnant.
<strong>Choose</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, gouache, 30.5cm x 40.5cm, 1998. <br />There comes a point in life where the possibility of getting pregnant becomes less feasable and you have to decide which path to take.
<strong>Waiting</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, acrylic mixed, 81cm x 61cm, 1999. <br />Adoption papers were in process and I was waiting for my little angel to arrive.
<strong>Playing Mother</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, acrylic, 100cm x 80cm, 1996. <br />As a girl I always played with my dolls dreaming one day to have my own.
<strong>Blessed Art Thou</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, acrylic, 50cm x 40cm, 1997. <br />Praying to the Virgen for a child.
<strong>Full Moon</strong>, <font color='#EB0485'>MEXICO</font>, oil & pastel, 50cm x 40cm, 1996. <br />A couple in love under the light of a full moon on the beach asking for a wish.