To Let the Sky Know / Dejar que el cielo sepa. 2024. Tulle. Shown at Madison Square Park. Photo Hunter Canning, Courtesy of Madison Square Park Conservancy, New York.
A Spring of Wild Kindnesses / Un manantial de bondades agreste. 2024. Tulle. Shown at Madison Square Park as part of To Let the Sky Know / Dejar que el cielo sepa. Photo Hunter Canning, Courtesy of Madison Square Park Conservancy, New York.
Making a Mountain. 2023. Tulle. Image by Drew Austin, Courtesy of The Dairy Arts Center. Funded by a grant from the Boulder Arts Commission, an agency of Boulder City Council and the Boedecker Foundation.
Y se dejó llenar de alegría (2023) and Cuando bailamos II (2023) on display at Colorado Women to Watch exhibition at the CVA, Denver. Photo Wes Magyar.
Cuando bailamos, I / When We Dance, I. 2023. Tulle. 33 x 25 x 12 inches. Shown at MCA Denver. Photo Wes Magyar.
Cuando bailamos, II // When We Dance, II. 2023. Tulle. 35 x 24.5 x 12.5 inches. Shown at MCA Denver. Photo Wes Magyar.
As We Come Together, Flowers Fall on Our Hands, II. 2021. Tulle. 48 x 40 x 18 inches. Photo Wes Magyar.
We Cannot Weep Without Vibrating the Waters. 2022. Tulle. 134 x 204 x 120 inches. Shown at Moody Arts Center, Houston, TX. Photo@2023 Sean Fleming.
Cloud. 2023. Tulle. 146 x 103 x 30 inches. Shown at Moody Arts Center, Houston, TX. Photo@2023 Sean Fleming. 
Homage to the Ground and to the Air. 2022. Tulle. 64 x 120 x 6 inches. Photo Wes Magyar.
La Tierra me canta al oído / The Earth Sings in My Ear. 2022. Tulle. 165 x 24 x 6 inches. Photo Wes Magyar.
Lo que la montaña anhela / What the Mountain Longs For. 2022. Tulle, organza, silk. 115 x 216 x 20 inches. Photo courtesy of Sun Valley Art Museum, Ketchum, ID.
Fervor. 2021. Tulle. 130 x 80 x 80 inches.
Solo se escuchaba el aire / Only the Air Was Heard. 2020. Tulle. 125 x 120 x 258 inches. 
Déferlante / Flood. 2020. Tulle. Site-specific installation. Photo Sebastian Collett.
Desborde / Overflow. 2020. Tulle. Site-specific installation. Photo Sebastian Collett.
Ñusta Espléndida (Cantamos fuerte para que nos escuchen) / Splendid Ñusta (Singing Loudly to be Heard). 2020. Tulle.  108 x 150 x 146 inches. Photo Sebastian Collett.
Lantern. 2020. Tulle. Chateau de la Napoule, 2020.
Waterfall. 2020. Tulle. Temporary installation at the Chateau de la Napoule, 2020. Photo Rachel Berkowitz.
Flare. 2019. Tulle. 11 x 11 feet each side. Temporary installation on 127 East 20th Ave in Denver. Photo Robert Kittila.
Nube / Cloud. 2018. Tulle. 12 x 8.5 x 8.5 feet. At the Land Library, CO for Re-Call.
Reina / Queen (2005) and Un río de cantos blancos / A River of White Songs (2016). Shown at We Have Flowers exhibit at the CU Art Museum, curated by Sandra Q Firmin, Director of CU Art Museum. Photo Jeff Wells/CU Art Museum.
Buceo calladamente entre / I Dive Quietly in Between. 2016. Shown at We Have Flowers exhibit at the CU Art Museum, curated by Sandra Q Firmin, Director of CU Art Museum. Photo Jeff Wells/CU Art Museum.
Amarillo para la Ñusta / Yellow for the Ñusta. 2016. Silk, organza, acrylic wool, tulle. 105 x 90 x 70 inches.
La montaña trae barcas de azucenas, II / The Mountain Brings Us Boats Full of Lilies. 2010. Embroidered fabric, woven wool, polymer resin. 20 x 144 x 320 inches. Shown at Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. Photo Bruce Mathews.
Niña Soñando / Young Girl Dreaming. 2010. Emroidered linen. 115 x 132 inches.
La montaña / The Mountain. 2009. 130 petticoats, resin, video, sound. 164 x 160 x 96 inches. Shown at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver. Photo Kenneth Robinson.