Yolanda V. Fundora is a Cuban-American artist born in Havana and raised in New York City. She currently lives in Chatham, New Jersey. She lived in Puerto Rico for 10 years, where she was an active member of the art community and the organization Mujeres Artistas de Puerto Rico. Her work 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 recently had her second one-woman show at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico titled “Toward a Digital Aesthetic: the Art of Yolanda Fundora”. She has been a Featured Artist for Apple Computer’s iCard series with her series of digital prints “A Garden Alphabetized (for your viewing pleasure)”. She has a long career as illustrator and product designer with the gift and toy industry, and currently runs her own licensing studio specializing in textile design.
The Urban Amish Fine Art Gallery at Mondo in downtown Summit, New Jersey features her digitally imagined & textile mixed media fine art.
To see her fine art work, visit her website http://urban-amish.com/