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Published on August 31, 2021

Juanita Lanzo

Juanita Lanzo, Untitled, 2020-21 Watercolor pencil on watercolor paper 18" x 24"

Juanita Lanzo, Bending will, v.3, 2020 Watercolor pencil on watercolor paper 11" x 14"

Juanita Lanzo, Settling, 2020 Watercolor and watercolor pencil on paper 18" x 24"

Juanita Lanzo’s work is on display at the Art Gallery at Three Rivers Community College.

“Inspired in anatomy, life cycles, and the natural world, I create artwork that is evocative of growth, sexual activity and reproduction, death and decay, love and loss, pain and pleasure, and healing from trauma. These watercolors are part of an ongoing body of work from the series Revisiting a Post Colonial Reality.

Juanita Lanzo is a visual artist, educator and independent curator working in the Bronx and living in East Harlem.

Her artworks have been included in various group exhibitions that have focused on feminism, Caribbean identity and African Diaspora, body politics, post colonialism and abstractions at WallWorks NYC, Bronx Art Space, Hell Gate Arts, and Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos, in the Bronx, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark New Jersey, Taller Boricua, Clemente Soto Velez's Cultural Center, in NYC, and University of Puerto Rico Galeria Oller, Museo de Arte de Caguas, PR. She graduated from City College in NY (MFA 2004--Printmaking and Drawing/Painting) and from University of Puerto Rico (BFA 1996--Printmaking and Drawing).