FATIMA BUSH ROSARIO AMADOR DEL -MEXICO

 

Fátima del Rosario Bush Amador was born on May 13, 1980 in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico. She has been educated and passionate about the arts, especially dance, since she was a child, and in 1998, at the age of 18, she moved to Monterrey to study a Bachelor of Dance Teaching with a Specialty in Classical. She began painting as a self-taught artist in 1999, at the age of 19, and her paintings always convey what she feels. She worked as the Director and Teacher of the School of Art Balance for 14 years before pursuing a master's degree in Psych pedagogy in 2015. She currently resides in Monterrey, where she works as an Arts Teacher (Visuals and Dance) at public high schools and a Cultural Center.


Work inspired by the subject of inclusion is on glossy paper painted pink and white, with six individuals holding hands created out of discarded oil painting palette paper.




My grandmother inspired the art; I didn't know her, but my mother speaks a lot about her, and I see myself in her. The support is made of light brown painted shell paper, the face is made of magazine clippings, her hair is made of recycled palette paper, and the rest is made of recycled palette paper.


The dancer is fashioned from receipts from last year's water service, her skirt is papermache (waste paper), and the support is painted shell paper.

 
It's a self-portrait as a child.
It was constructed of plastic bags, milk caps for eyes, and spoons for shoes.


The octopus is one of the most intellectual and behaviorally varied invertebrates, with a sophisticated neurological system and remarkable eyesight.
This octopus is green because it is camouflaging itself in Cozumel.
 
Most of the time when I go to the beach, I forget my toothbrush or someone in my family forgets, and we have to purchase it is extremely essential, pay attention to this to prevent purchasing too many brushes since they are pure plastic and destroy the environment. 


 The palm tree with plastic hose, nylon thread base, plastic bags for the leaves, flamingo cream lid, milk lid, plastic bag of detergent ball of Styrofoam with plastic bag, flamingo cream lid, milk lid, plastic bag of detergent ball of Styrofoam with plastic bag, flamingo cream lid, milk lid, plastic bag of detergent ball of Styrofoam with plastic bag, flamingo cream lid, milk lid, plastic bag of detergent ball


This piece is inspired by the plight of sea creatures during times of fishing.

 
Beautiful Memories is inspired by all of the times I've spent on the beach since I was a child. The oars belonged to a stove cleaner, and everything was done using plastic bags.


It is a submarine that is not existent; I have never seen one in real life, which is why it is invisible and spotlights the shark and fish in the depths of the water. The shark and fish are built from the interior portion of the tuna, the bottom of the ocean with plastic bags, and I added some plastic tubes to represent the periscope.



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