Hey! Issue no. 28

Hey! Issue no. 28

I am so pleased to share this interview by Anne and Julien of  Hey! Modern Art and Pop Culture, a bilingual French-English art magazine based in Paris. Thank you to the Hey! team for including me in their Issue no. 28. Please click here to view the PDF file. “I borrow a lot from the history of […]

“A Magazine Curated By Alessandro Michele”

“A Magazine Curated By Alessandro Michele”

I am so delighted to announce the publication of “A Magazine Curated By Alessandro Michele”. It is such an honor to be asked to contribute by GUCCI‘s creative director Alessandro Michele.  A MAGAZINE CURATED BY is a Paris-based bi-annual fashion and art magazine which invites designers and fashion houses to curate an issue as the […]

Marie Claire, December 2016

Marie Claire, December 2016

“Hand with Snake and Weeping Eye” appears in Marie Claire magazine’s December 2016 issue. Thank you to Marie Claire creative director Nina Garcia for selecting my little painting in the “What Nina Loves” luxury items feature.

2015 Texas Book Festival Poster

2015 Texas Book Festival Poster

I am very honored that my painting “The Naturalist” has been chosen for the official Twentieth Anniversary Texas Book Festival poster. The festival is on the weekend of October 17 and 18 at the Texas State Capitol in Austin and benefits Texas public libraries. I am thrilled to have been chosen because the public libraries have […]

Book Covers for Valter Hugo Mãe

Book Covers for Valter Hugo Mãe

I am very excited to share this series of four book covers featuring my paintings of hands with lover’s eyes: the novels of Valter Hugo Mãe published by Alfaguara (Editora Objectiva). Valter Hugo Mãe is a renowned Portuguese writer who has won several literary prizes including the prestigious José Saramago Literary Prize (in 2007) and Grande […]

American Art Collector, March 2015

American Art Collector, March 2015

  American Art Collector Issue 113, March 2015 Upcoming Show Preview, “Fatima Ronquillo: Possession” pp. 100-101 View PDF file AACMarch2015   Diana goddess of the hunt and the moon, spoke to animals and turned Actaeon into a stag so he would be devoured by his own hunting dogs. Huntress peers out from Fatima Ronquillo’s painting, demure with […]

Santa Fean, June/July 2014

Santa Fean, June/July 2014

Santa Fean Magazine, The Art Issue. June/July 2014 page 44 Fatima Ronquillo is enamored with what she calls “the earnestness of colonial folk art.” the Philippines-born, Texas-raised artist, who shows at Meyer East Gallery on Canyon Road, taught herself to paint by copying old paintings and drawings, and she explains that “looking for prototypes or […]

PA #53, March 2014

PA #53, March 2014

Poets and Artists Issue #53: “Love” March 2014 Curated by Marina Press   1. What are these paintings of? Tell me a little bit about each one? “Abbandonata” is about loss and mourning. It actually depicts a painting of a dead bird I found on one of my walks near my home. It was such […]