Boone Gallery, Santa Fe, NM 2018-2020
Enger- Cordova Fine Art , Taos, NM  2005-2012
Buddy Holly Museum, DREAM CARVER, Lubbock, TX  2002
Millicent Rogers Museum, Abuelita’s Heart, Taos, NM  1998
Carolyn Ruff Gallery, MPLS, MN  1992,’93, ’94, ’95, 1996
Art of the People Gallery, Portland, OR  1996,’97,’98, 1999
Quintana Gallery, Portland, OR  1993,’94, 1995
Lakota Gallery, Santa Monica, CA 1988, ’89, 1990
Elaine Horwitch Gallery, Santa Fe, NM 1989, ’90, ’91, 92,1993
Raven Gallery MPLS, MN 1985,’86, ’87,’88, ’89,- 1990
CELEBRANDO, National Latino ILLUSTRATORS, Eight Major Museums     US TOUR,  2011-2013
The Field Museum, Chicago, IL
Sedona Art Center, Sedona, AZ
University of California- Riverside
Millicent Rogers Museum, Taos NM
Florida Gulf Coast Art Center, Bellaire, FL
Great Plains Art Collection, Lincoln, NE
The Roswell Museum, Roswell, NM
Thunder Bay Exhibition Center, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
Wichita Falls Museum, Wichita Falls, TX
University of Minnesota, MPLS, MN

Dia de Los Muertos Exhibition, UT- Wichita Falls, TX 2011
El Corazón, Millicent Rogers Museum, Taos, NM  2005
Women’s Millenium Exhibit, Chihuahua, Mexico 2003
Act One Gallery, Taos, NM 1998
Hispanic Arts Council, Taos, NM  1998
Tweed Museum of Art, YOLTEOTL  1996
Minneapolis Institute of Arts, A Heart Rooted in God 1995
National Endowment for the Arts Winners Exhibition  1994

Mazza Museum of Picture Book Art, OH, Carthage College, Kenosha WI, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Community Against Violence Women’s Shelter, Taos, NM, Tweed Museum of Art, University of MN, Duluth, MGM Studios Administrative Offices, Stanford University Medical Center, Wolfgang Puck, Rutger Hauer, Cargill Corporation, 3M Corporation , Disney Corporate Headquarters, 

LA COSECHA , poster art contest winner 2016
ZOZOBRA poster contest Winner- 1st place 2015 and 2016
Tesoro Museum, Morrison, CO, Blue Ribbon recipient for Western Art 2014,
American Library Association- National Illustration Winner for Art Within Cultural Context Pura Belpre Honors Awards- Twice
2009, 2011, WI Book Award/ Illustration 
 NM BOOK Illustrator‘s Award 2013,
New Mexico Mainstreet Taos Revitalization Committee, Taos, NM 
Remarkable Women of Taos, Honor and Book Inclusion 2013
ArtStart, St. Paul, MN RIVER Festival program co-Designer 2010, 2012 
ROOTS Educational Workshop Presenter U/Nebraska/ Lincoln 2009, 2011
Presenter/Lecture Series, MECHA, education, Culture and the Arts
Annenberg Foundation, SW Regional Planning team participant 1997-2000
Highlands University Planning team Student Exhibition, Family, Culture, and the Arts 1997-2000, Highlands University Student of Year Bilingual Education 2005,
Design Award Winner, City of St. Paul, MN, 
THE RIVER SINGS OF ALL THESE THINGS, 10 deep etched glass windows, permanent installation, Xcel Center, NEA Regional Folk Art Award 1998

BOOKS IN PRINT ( Illustrator / *Author)
My Night Forest, Roy Owen, Simon and Schuster
Abuelita’s Heart, written by Diana Cohn and illustrated by Amy Córdova, 
Simon and Schuster, NY
My Land Sings, Rudolfo Anaya, William Morrow, NY
Dream Carver, Diana Cohn, Chronicle Books, NY
The Blue Roses, Linda Boyden, Lee and Low, NY
The Santero’s Miracle, Rudolfo Anaya, UNM Press
The First Tortilla, Rudolfo Anaya, UNM Press
Juan the Bear and the Water of Life, Enrique Lamadrid, UNM Press
Amadito and the Hero Children, Enrique Lamadrid, UNM Press
Juan and the Jackelope, Rudolfo Anaya, UNM Press
Namaste !, Diana Cohn, Steiner Books, NY
Roses for Isabella, Diana Cohn, Steiner Books, NY
*Talking Eagle and the Lady of Roses, written and, illustrated by Amy Córdova, Steiner Boks, NY
La Llorona, Rudolfo Anaya, UNM Press
Fiesta Babies, Carmen Tafolla, Random House, NY
What Can You Do With A Rebozo? , Carmen Tafolla, Random House, NY
Ponciano Gutierrez and the Mountain Thieves, Gabriel Melendez, 
UNM Press
Rudolfo Anaya’s Christmas in New Mexico collection, Museum of NM Press

Selected COVER ART / *Poster Art
The Religious Imagination of American Women, University of Indiana Press
The Face of an Angel, Denise Chavez, Time Warner
On The Wings of Peace, Sheila Hamanaka, Clarion Books
*Mississippi River Revival
*City of St.Paul, MN, Winter Carnival
*NIBI Indigenous Women’s Water Walk

NM History Museum, Decorating the Divine workshop,
THE BIG READ lecturer and art workshops, (various schools, libraries, and Universities across the US.)
NM State ARTIST in Residence, Taos Public Schools
University of Nebraska/ Lincoln, ROOTS indigenous older student program, guest educator/ lecturer
COMPAS MN state wide artist in residency program 
Lecturer, Carthage College, Kenosha, WI,  
Lecturer, Workshop Presenter, University of Minnesota, MN
Yaxche Learning Center, Taos, art and beginning Spanish educator k-8th grades
Mora Independent School District, Title VII Bilingual Program Curriculum Designer and Educator 
Guadalupe Area Project, St. Paul, MN, designed and made tiles for murals and concrete benches within Hispano “Westside” neighborhood initiative with at risk teens of minority populations
MAXX, Caught Between Cultures, program co-founder for SE Asian and African teen immigrants, MPLS 
EPSILON Program, County Home School Wayzata, MN, Art program for incarcerated teens 
ARBOLITO de mi Vida, Cultural Collaborations, created art and poetry with teens from migrant worker families
Minnesota History Theatre and Center, led various community design/ building workshops for theatre performance with young teens 
2022  Print Invitational  Supporting Indigenous Sisters 
MMIW/ Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women. 
Sixteen women artists. International Traveling Exhibit
Co- Directed and Curated by Catherine Prose , professor of Art Midwestern State University, Lubbock Texas, Wichita Falls Museum of Art with Melanie Yazzie, University of Colorado-Boulder
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