Imna Arroyo

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Puerto Rican painter

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According to Wikipedia, Imna Arroyo is a Puerto Rican artist. Her work is centered on printmaking and painting, particularly around the theme of "energia de mujeres", or "women's energy". Early life and education Arroyo was born in 1951 in Guayama, Puerto Rico and attended the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico as an honors student in 1966. She graduated in 1967 and enrolled at the Escuela de Artes Plásticas de Puerto Rico where she studied under Frank Cerbonie, Rafael Tufiño, Luis Hernández Cruz and Susana Herero. After the death of her mother in 1973, Arroyo moved to New York and studied at the Pratt Institute, graduating in 1977 with a B.F.A. and then studying at the printmaking department at Yale University's School of Art, where she was a student of Gabor Peterdi, Winefred Lutz, Greta Campbell, Elizabeth Murray and Samia Halaby.

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