Oil painting measuring 27 x 20 inches, unstretched
Angelina Quic Ixtamer was born in San Juan la Laguna on Lake Atitlan in June of 1972. She began to draw with colored pencils at the age of eight, and began to paint with oils on canvas at age 10. Her first exposition was in 1995 at a collective art gallery in Solola, the provincial capital. She has had numerous group and individual exhibitions since then, and is now married to the artist Antonio Coche Mendoza. They still live in San Juan, and sell from their home gallery. Angelina's work is characterized by very finely drawn details in her paintings, as well as her unusual overhead perspective.
Oil painting on canvas measuring 27 x 20 inches, unstretched. The painting will be mailed rolled in a hard tube. Signed and titled in the lower right corner "Las Tejedoras, Angelina Quic I." The first photo is of the entire painting. The next three images below closeups of the individual weavers and their surroundings. The final photos were taken in 2007. They show the outside of the Mendoza family gallery in San Juan, and then of Antonio and Angelina in their sales room.