is a series of fifty 4 x 6" dye sublimation prints that deal with themes of time, memory, and place. This series depict the artist's childhood photographs buried on the shores of Key Biscayne.
Buried Snapshots were showcased in Family Aggregate at the Photography Gallery at FIU Biscayne Bay Campus in Biscayne Bay, FL.
is a series of digital inkjet prints that deal with themes of family, loss, and nostalgia. The series of photographs depict images of framed photos found within the confines of the artist's home. The photographs are printed on Canon Pro 13 x 19in Luster Inkjet Photo Paper.
Sentiment was showcased in Et Al. at the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation in Miami, FL.
No Place like Home
consists of a series of hand-painted dye-sublimation prints. The series of photographs depict residential environments that are disrupted by white acrylic paint. In this series, Garcia examines the domestic structure in relation to memory as a universal, yet specific symbol for memory.
No Place like Home was showcased in FORM AS CONTEXT at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum in Miami, FL. and There & Then at FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios in Miami Beach, FL.
is a series of xerox prints that deal with themes of identity and loss. The sequence of images depict the artist's mother in varying contrast. The images are printed on Hammermill 8 x 10in Ivory Copy Paper.
is a series of xerox transfers with paint that deal with themes of identity and authorship. The sequence of images depict the artist obscured by black, white and silver paint. The images are transferred onto Strathmore 5 x 7in 400 Series Drawing Paper.
Transference was showcased in Breaking Boundaries at the New World Gallery in Downtown Miami, FL.
A Boy's Own Story
is a series of unique image transfers that deal with themes of gender and sexuality. These works depict fragmented close-up portraits in varying states of deterioration revealing hues of pink.
The title refers to Edmund White’s literary novel of the same name that follows an anonymous narrator’s lyrical and poignant coming of age.
The images were transferred onto Strathmore 5 x 7” Drawing Paper.
is a composite of fifteen photographs that deal with themes of time and loss. The sequence of images depict the artist's mother in varying opacity. The title of the work references the celebration of a girl's fifteenth birthday traditionally practiced in Latin America. The composite is printed on Canon Pro 13 x 19in Luster Inkjet Photo Paper.
Quinceañera was showcased in Capture Coral Gables 2016 at the Coral Gables Museum in the Digital Manipulation Category and Still/Moving at O Cinema Wynwood in Wynwood, FL.
is a series of gelatin silver prints that deal with themes of identity and isolation. The series of photographs consist of portraits of the artist's grandmother. The title of the series refers to the Spanish term for grandmother. The photographs are printed on Ilford 8 x 10in Multigrade FB B&W Paper.
SWEAT Broadsheet Collaboration
is an ongoing project of broadsheet prints that combine images by artists and words by writers. The Sweat broadsheets are an inaugural project of WAIL (Word and Image Lab), a community partnership creating opportunities for collaboration around writing and the visual and performing arts.
The SWEAT Broadsheet Portfolio was showcased at Miami Dade College Kendall Campus Gallery and Jaffe Center for Book Arts in South Florida, and The Center for Book Arts in New York, NY.