I am so excited to share with you my wonderful conceptual series “Divine Intervention”. It has been one of those photographic journeys that’s really helped shift my thinking of the human body and the self esteem of women. Continue reading ““Divine Intervention” series now available to take home!”
Most of the work that I have been focusing on is photography related and I absolutely love it!
I really pushed me to use technology since I really love to focus on sketching and painting. I first started my art journey through painting and I developed everything form there. But when it came to photography and using photoshop – that was a huge challenge for me to face. And I’d like to think that I am doing an awesome job (let me know what you think haha!) Continue reading “Why It’s Great To Go Back To The Basics”
One of the things that people look for in an artist is their sense of style!
I know this may seem like a no-brainer but for creatives who are just starting out, this is one of the toughest things to master. Sometimes it even takes well-known artists YEARS before they can finally settle down with a style that defines Continue reading “Top 3 Exercises On How To Make Your Art Stand Out!”
Do you ever question whether your work is great because a gallery says NO to you?
Why wouldn’t you! One of the things that gets artists discouraged is when they submit their final piece to a gallery and receive a rejection letter. Sometimes other galleries don’t even bother Continue reading “This Is Why Your Work Isn’t In Galleries (& How To Change That!)”
Have you ever looked at something that most people found ugly, or decayed or just plain weird….and thought it was beautiful? That is what people think about dead flowers. they just toss them away Continue reading “The Photo Week: Behind The Scenes of “Roses””
By the age of eight, I felt that I was ugly.
There were so many times when I was being picked on as a kid because I was Colombian, flat chested and didn’t wear any cool clothes that were in style. When I was growing up, I lived a life of hand-me-downs from my older sister. Continue reading “WARNING: Why I Turned My Family Into Monsters & SCARED the Fashion World”
A couple of years ago while attending college, my professor at the time made it a requirement to attend The Armory Show located in New York City. Her name was Asya Reznikov, an amazing video & sculpture artist (highly suggest you take a look at her work). She told me that I would benefit from the show…and I have attended every show ever since. Continue reading “3 Reasons Why Artists Go To The Armory Show”