Images of Music and Flowers
by Yolanda V. Fundora
Yolanda V. Fundora is a Cuban-American artist born in Havana and raised in New York City. Her artwork is part of many private and corporate collections including the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico in San Juan. She has designed many series of digital images for books, textiles and other media. For AQ16, Fundora shares two images from her series, A Garden Alphabetized, and two from her book, Toward a Digital Aesthetic which accompany Meryl Stratford’s “Florida’s Oldest Tree” and Alida Woods “The Clearing” poems on their pages in this issue.