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Ana E. Fernandez -  Morpho F   Oleo sobre lienzo 180x180cm

The colors, the smells, the textures, the whimsical shapes, the suggestive movements of its folds, were being recorded in the artist's imagination, for later, by the hand of a careful craft, they emerge in the form of suggestive and evocative geographies. . Ana Elisa Fernández's oil paintings introduce the viewer into imaginary landscapes, full of mystery and full of light and color, where many fantastic things are about to happen.

Ana E. Fernandez - Natura 8 -100x100 36’’x36’’

Ana Elisa Fernández's oil paintings introduce the viewer into imaginary landscapes, full of mystery and full of light and color, where many fantastic things are about to happen. The artist has sold works in Aqua Art Miami, the series "Sakura" and has sold in Art On Paper the series of drawings "El Hilo rojo" Other works by the artist can be viewed on the ARTSY platform, available for purchase.

Ana E. Fernandez - Natura 9, Oil on linen 40 × 40 in 101.6 × 101.6 cm

The accidents of the fabrics evoke forms of nature, abstracting the grace of a flower or a butterfly, recreating all its strength and chromaticism to suggest new readings of the natural environment and its inhabitants.

Dalia Berlin - Piercing menina -Wood and collage 6 × 6 × 2 1/2 in 15.2 × 15.2 × 6.4 cm

"Painting The Meninas Is A Deep Call Within My Soul. They Have The Power To Carry Me Through Time, Making Me Feel Part Of Weave Of The Universal Chain. As I Begin Painting, Each Menina Adopts Her Own Personality And Comes Alive On The Canvas; Leaving Thus, An Indelible Imprint That Perpetuates Velazquez’s Legacy And Its Infinite Message," Says Berlin. The Act Of Extending An Iconic Image From The Past Into The Present Creates A Link That Transcends Time. Combining The Language Of Color, Texture,

Dalia Berlin - Broadway Menina, 2021 Canvas, digital box 38 × 48 in 96.5 × 121.9 cm

BROADWAY MENINA by Dalia Berlin is a minimalist representation of the iconic figure of Las Meninas by Velazquez set on a modern twist with a Mondrian inspired framework. The simplicity of the forms is well balanced with the primary colors and especially punctuated with red squares which help guide the viewer with tracking eye movement throughout the piece. It is an honor to have this piece chosen to represent the artist community by the City of North Miami community redevelopment agency for the

Angee Ferrin - Twiggy, 2021 Acrylic on canvas 18,633handmade of colored painted dots 60 × 48 × 4 in

Twiggy’s androgynous appearance is reflected through the geometric decomposition of her big eyes, long eyelashes, face and short hair, developing multiple paths of colors and shapes, incorporating dots to contour and highlight textures

Patty Soto Assemble Chess, made of paper and acrylic box,

Poliptic - Assamblage Chess, 2021 Poliptic ansamblage paper, acrylic box 30 × 30 × 1 9/10 in 76.2 × 76.2 × 4.8 cm- The idea of making this project is to create something reusable, something that holds meaning. To create a work of art from obsolete and unused printed media. Within the framework comes conscious and unconscious ideas. The act of folding and fragmenting. The exercise of creating with a plastic frame of mind allowing a plain printed object to transition to another object through abst

Alejandra Morales

I have experimented with different materials and techniques, during this process I discovered in the tea bags, the traditional paper bags that after using and cleaning them, is a very attractive and versatile support. I have been incorporating these in various ways in my work, maintaining their original color or dyeing them with different pigments, leaving a record of them on paper. Currently I focus on engraving, an exciting technique, where traditional and contemporary come together, there is

73671 Serie de los Circulos

Lyann Fuenzalida part of the question about if an image has a message inside, below or around it? Thus he comes to work on the idea of ​​finding a signifier of the illustration, that is, it is not necessary to have a text that gives him that signifier; finding an anchor and a relay something that goes beyond the signifiers. She therefore she takes an urban image, of buildings, or some line and takes it to a silent expression, and then returns to the idea of ​​anchoring to segment a significant

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Lyann fuenzalida part of the question about if an image has a message inside, below or around it? Thus he comes to work on the idea of ​​finding a signifier of the illustration, that is, it is not necessary to have a text that gives him that signifier; finding an anchor and a relay something that goes beyond the signifiers. She therefore she takes an urban image, of buildings, or some line and takes it to a silent expression, and then returns to the idea of ​​anchoring to segment a significant

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