Close your eyes, open your eyes, squeeze them very hard, see colors and shadows, understand life from the inside, know ourselves and others, see what others do not see. My work is the display of colors and internal forms that are produced within the human eye, maps, which are translated into waves and figures that each eye in the world sees differently. My artworks are a mixture of expression and reality, in them I try to play with the reality of what the eye sees and the fiction of what the paint can produce on the canvas, these are works in mixed media on paper and canvas of different sizes.
Piedad Lucia Hoyos
A canvas before my eyes is transformed into an infinite number of possibilities that allow me to express my sensitive and subjective vision about everything that arouses feelings and emotions. I cannot conceive my life without painting, the hours do not count when I do it and my heart grows when I manage to transmit and share this love I have for art.
Liliana Perez (Lilo)
"My artworks are the manifestation of my free and psychedelic soul", it is the perfect way to externalize my emotions and feelings with each stroke on the canvas, painting for me is the freedom to feel that I live in a wonderful world created by my imagination where I am the protagonist of my own story with my feet on the ground.
Maria Elena Elvira (Manena)
I capture on a canvas through my colors the fruits she generates, the immensity of her power and the impotence and indifference of humanity. This is my struggle, to reach the eyes, the souls, the minds, and the hearts of many and to try to prolong the life of my BELOVED and PRECIOUS EARTH
From the land of the Merengue, Bachata and Baseball; from wonderful people whose best smile is always on the surface... I carry impregnated in my being the magical colors of the Caribbean Sea and to the rhythm of the drum, I am capturing tropical brushstrokes that cheer up the heart. From the First City of America, where it all began, from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Hispaniola I am, I was born in that beautiful island that is part of our blue planet, which I travel as an Ambassador of Art
William G. Alonso
My work is framed within the two-dimensional art, I work with different painting techniques such as oil, watercolor, mixed media, but mainly in acrylic. I look at the different pictorial techniques the aesthetic imprint that my work needs, such as transparency, contrast, and chromatic richness.
The symbol, the animal and death are the three essential elements in my work that create images product of geometrization, stylization and transparency that when fused generate visual paths that invite the viewer to enter into an artwork that plays between symbolism and abstraction.
As a Latin American artist, I see our reality immersed in certain particularities that make our work have certain characteristics that identify it. In my case, a painting is the result of what I interpret as a Colombian, with deep and strong roots, but with complex social and cultural phenomena where partying and death coexist mutually.
Carlos Argaez (Capeto)
Photography is not just a push of a button, it is your intuition, your creativity, your emotions, your artistic ideas, your style, your inspiration, in short, your personality and how you communicate it visually. Photography is an art form. It is about capturing light, shapes, color and lines in a way that brings emotion to the viewer.
I have found great inspiration in my heritage, my surroundings and the beauty of nature and life in Florida. As a portrait painter, I look for what lies beneath the surface of an individual and as a landscape painter, I look for ways to express observations. For me, both portrait subjects and landscapes share the idea of vanitas, that life and beauty are fleeting, that time will pass, and beauty will fade away to make room for new life, there is endless inspiration in that idea.