"The Justice Bell" is an installation piece and the first collaborative work between sibling artists Alina Rojo and Damian Rojo. The monotone, silkscreened works commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment. Justice Bell is also known as the Women's Liberty Bell and the Suffrage Bell. Its inscription reads: Establish Justice. Proclaim Liberty Throughout all the Land unto all inhabitants. 

I was told to steer away from embellishment and the feminine...little do they know that the more flowery my work -the more distorted the theme. 

Exhibited at The Coral Gables Museum, Artistic License, 2013

Gallery 91, Artistic License, Miami Design District, 2016

Seventh All-Media Juried Biennial, 2015

Pachamama Exhibit-FIU Library

digital Collections Center at FIU Libraries

Celebrating #EarthDay2020 with the FIU Special Collections and University Archives "Pachamama" virtual exhibit due to Pandemic.

Presented by The National League of American Pen Women Coral Gables Branch, NLAPW,In

The COVID pandemic and the isolation that comes with it can either drive us to insanity or can make us reach for new heights. In collaboration with Aurora Molina and Miami-Dade teachers, we united to create "Threading Thoughts".

We provide workshops open to all on textiles and fibers. 

Exhibited "Home Sweet Home", Harvest Projects, January-March 2021

"This is an exhibition by a group of local female artists who will share artworks that find meaning in the experience of confinement at home."

Arts in education workshops, exhibitions,  and travel residencies aim to reclaim history, memory, and culture that value the ancient textile arts.  

Art Education

2021 Innovator Grant, OBEM



The Sagamore

Miami Art Week