Why It’s Great To Go Back To The Basics

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”

Top 3 Exercises On How To Make Your Art Stand Out!

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!”

This Is Why Your Work Isn’t In Galleries (& How To Change That!)

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!)”

WARNING: Why I Turned My Family Into Monsters & SCARED the Fashion World

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”

3 Reasons Why Artists Go To The Armory Show

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”