Artist. Photographer. Printmaker
Yolanda Petrocelli is a contemporary Mexican artist living in USA. Originally from Mexico City, works with creative images that explore subconscious mental landscapes. Her work celebrates women and Nature. Over 30 years she has worked with photography, printmaking and various experimental mediums.
She studied at the San Carlos Art Academy, University of the Americas, and University of Texas at Austin with Gary Winogrand as her mentor. Her works have been exhibited in France, Chile, Poland, Mexico, Canada and extensively in the USA. Connecticut where she currently lives and exhibits in solo and groups exhibitions, 2017 at Nasty woman, New Haven Ct. Selfies’ Schelfhaudt Gallery, University of Bridgeport: Bridgeport, CT, Expressiones (New London, CT) Quatro Gallery Biarritz (France), Silvermine Gallery New, Canaan CT. NCC Norwalk Community College, TEXAS A.M. University, Mattatuck Museum, Fairfield University. She received grants from the USA Embassy cultural program to Honduras, Yale Teaching Studies Fellowship and Bridgeport artist of the month.
This Images are continuous woks and conversations with myself, dreams, an interior geographical maps, of experiences as a Mexican woman, living in a World of chaos and injustices. The Moon series, portrays a world cosmos of unity and love for the planet as Tierra is a female in the Spanish language.