Rosa Leff, Winner of the first 360 Xochi Quetzal BIPOC Residency in Visual Art
Rosa Leff grew up in an urban home in Baltimore, MD where making things by hand was a family tradition. Her art form is paper cutting, a traditional craft in both the Latino and Jewish cultures. Rosa identifies as Black, Latino and Jewish and she has found a brilliant way of integrating her cultural background with her primary art form.
Rosa’s work is on view at the American Visionary Art Museum in an exhibition titled “Abundance: Too Much, Too Little, Just Right” through September, 2023. https://www.avam.org/exhibition-and-events
YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/bjJNBgiqmJE