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california Dreaming No. 1

california Dreaming No. 1

Francesca Ritchey

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"No Frame": If you'll be framing this piece on your own, choose this option, and we'll include a 1" white border around the print to make the job easier.
"Frame - Mat": This includes a 2" mat, and the finished piece will be about 6" wider and 6" taller than the image size.
"Frame - No Mat": With this option, the image takes up the entire space within the frame, and the finished piece will be about 2" wider and 2" taller than the image size.
All of our framing is built to order in the US by hand, so expect some slight variation in the above dimensions.
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Francesca Ritchey

Francesca has had both individual and group exhibits in Mexico City, Houston, Miami & San Antonio, Tx. She is currently submerged in various commercial and artistic projects.

Born in Mexico City. Communications Major. In 2002 she enrolls in Maine Media College and finishes the Professional Certificate in Photography Program. It is here that she starts with her first group exhibitions.

Francesca has also taken part in many other workshops with renowned photographers like Saul Serrano, Francisco Mata, Nina Koba and italian photographer Ernesto Bazaan.

In 2007 she is awarded 3rd place for a National Competition organized by BBVA Bank Foundation and Cuartoscuro Magazine. In 2008 Hazlo Ahora a non govermental organization invites her to form part of an exhibit named El ABC de la Discapacidad which is still traveling through Mexico and promotes the equality of people with dissabilities.

in 2010 she was part of the Barbabosa Gallery and Lasheras & Elliot gallery both in Mexico City (now closed). This same year she is exhibited by See Me in the ScopeArtShow in Miami.
In 2013 she is picked as a finalist for the Artisan Series and is exhibited in the Houston Museum of African American Culture. Honorable mention in the IPA Awards of 2016 for her Collage work.

Her work explores the relathionship between imagination and what is it that matches her eye.