b'LOT # LOT #71SOFIE RAMOS 75APRIL ROSEWorking on my Fitness, 2019 Breathing My Mother In, 2019latex, towel, jump rope, yoga mat, and cotton belt ceramic36 x 24 in. 24 x 10 / 2x 2 in.1Courtesy of the artist and Guerrero Gallery Courtesy of the artist$1,000$2,000 $500$1,000Known for her vibrant installations, Sofie Ramos exploresApril Rose is a San Diego-based artist whose work isthe intimacy of interior spaces as well as everyday objectsknown for exploring themes of nature, fertility, andand the personal associations tied to them. female power.72PHILIPP SCHOLZ RITTERMANN 76DANIEL RUANOVAAspen Forest II, Last Dollar Road, Telluride, CO, USA, 2019 BARRIER BALL (2), 2020archival inkjet print mounted to Dibond, ed. 1/4 acrylic enamel paint, custom-made brass studs, and 32 x 423 / 5in. galvanized steel screwsCourtesy of the artist 24 x 20 x 18 in.$4,000$5,000 Courtesy of the artistFrom industrial scenes to unmarked landscapes, $3,000$4,000San Diego-based photographer Philipp Scholz RittermannApproaching his practice as both an artist and a citizen, captures changing elements of our environment.Tijuana-based artist Daniel Ruanova addresses issues such as safety and violence in his aggressive, yet protective 73JOHN ROGERS sculptural works.Variation #20, 2003Baltic birch wood 77KIM RUGG26 x 12 x 9 in. First Year, 2013Courtesy of R.B. Stevenson Gallery, La Jolla, CA reconstructed magazine$1,500$2,500 19 x 24 in.John Rogers is known for wood and mixed media sculpturesCourtesy of the artist and Mark Moore Fine Artthat transform familiar materials into surprising new forms.$3,000$4,000Kim Rugg exaggerates the influence and spread of media through his detailed process of taking apart and 74GRISELDA ROSAS reconstructing popular magazines.Untitled, 2019mixed media, ink, acrylic, watercolor, collage, 78KATIE RUIZand stitching on paper Winter is Coming, 201943 x 31 in. oil on canvasCourtesy of the artist 60 x 48 in.$2,000$3,000 Courtesy of the artistGriselda Rosass textile works combine sewing, $5,000$6,000drawing, and watercolor to explore questions Chicana artist Katie Ruiz draws on Latin American textiles, of history and identity.using pattern and symbolism to produce evocative and imaginative scenes.32 33'