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As an artist I have the desire to tell the story of my paintings. I will be posting my art with the story next to it,so people can understand my inspiration at the time of painting it.

Sunday, November 13, 2011


" Western Buddha "
It is difficult to paint at the house, little space to display all the art stuff, but now and then I manage to finish a painting.
My friend Patricia and I are trying hard to rent the space we had two years ago. We really worked hard over there and produced a lot.
It is incredible how the mind speaks through my artist fingers.I was amazed when I saw what came out in my last painting.
A BUDDHA..my whole body was claiming some meditation.
Thanks to the outcome of this painting I started looking for a space to meditate and I found one.

Why is it so difficult to update everything

Our lives are directed by the media exposure.
 It is our mails, more than one, Messenger, Facebook and all the other sites that we are into.

This year I decided not to work full time to have time for myself.
  I have updated my www.fineartamerica.com web site, I open that site every day and connect with discussions with other artists, I am glad I am doing it.

 I am also trying to sell at www.zazzle.com/active2*, this is fun, trying to place designs into some clothes and other household goods that they have.

I also engaged with www.spoonflower.com after realizing that my last designs would look nice into fabric. Made some swatches and left my design to sell there.

It has been really busy but I have not neglected my art.

I have drawn some hands, then I placed them on the computer and did some effects on them, finally I used the original drawing to do an artwork that resulted in "Rage behind close doors"

Might be I saw something on TV that led me to this work! who knows!

Original Drawing

Digitally tranformed
Final work of Art
Digitally transformed

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Digital Painting

Digital Painting came to me some years ago when I first started learning Photoshop and Illustrator.
I have taken new courses two months ago and have started a new series of paintings.
I have a whole new collection of them, I presented 4 of them last month at the New York Affordable art fair,
I really enjoy doing them and would very much like to take them to a new level.

Working on it.!!!

After one year

It has been one year since I wrote on this blog.
I was really mortified the last time when I could not upload my pictures, I have worked a lot during last year.
I continued my painting but I also took new courses on Digital Painting which I also love.

These two paintings are the last ones on my collection of indigenous art.

Southern Cross is made over Wall Paper, painted over with acrylics and the cross made out of leather.

Indian Trail was made over canvas, painted with acrylics and it was my first time using gold painting to give it a touch of richness to it. It has leather and wood added to it as well.
Indian Trail

Monday, May 31, 2010

Women's freedom

At the time I painted this piece of art, I had read about women in disstress.
I wish Women of the World all the freedom that I have been able to have.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

January-February 2010 exhibition

During January and Februaary I had an ongoing exhibition in a Hollywood FL. Gallery called ANSU GALLERY.
The Gallery was very nicely set up, a friend and I took two of the 4 walls the gallery has, and set up our exhibit.
Hollywood has Gallery nights, 1 Saturday per month, the only problem we had was the very tough winter Miami had this year. There were not many who strolled out at night with those low temperatures.
The opening night was very nice, I had lost the feeling of it. It had been two years since I had an exhibit.

No sales marked, but an important notice, another gallery in the same block liked my art and asked for three pieces for their ongoing exhibition this month of March.
So I am still connected, very happy and trying to start my new paintings. I am working on it.

Friday, December 25, 2009


One month ago, I received an email from a Mexican young student who asked me permission to use my "Bicylce"artwork for his blog.
I asked him how he found it and if possible let me know beforehand what he was going to write about , and of course be free to use it.
He said he was writing on trips, with a group of friends and googled bycicle and mine was the chosen one.
To my surprise I googled my name, and there was also another Italian blogger that had used that same art work for a blog.

What a  coincidence (The Italian without my notice, but yes with my name beside it)