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I have a passion for painting that has been with me since childhood. That coupled with my love of pop culture, brings my vision to canvas. Being a native of Mexico, and having been a Chicagoland resident for many years, I bring a unique perspective to modern art. My inspiration is all around me in this great city and my use of color stems from the celebrated artistic heritage of my home country.
I paint familiar people, places and things and the ultimate goal of my art is to bring joy to those who view it. I don't limit my art to canvas, other materials such as wood and glass have also been vehicles for artistic expression. My process usually involves traditional brushes, but most recently I have experimented with finger painting, and found it to be another liberating way to express my creativity.
My love of art, color and pop culture grows stronger each day and through my painting, I hope to express that love and my artistic vision, and continue to spread beauty and joy.
In May 19, 2011, an extraordinary public garden art exhibit, In Bloom, will come to Oakbrook Center when HCS Family Services displays a breathtaking showcase of elaborate fine art and fiberglass sculptures, painted and embellished by highly-talented local and regional artists. Similar to the idea of Chicago’s “Cows on Parade,” these colorful and imaginative sculptures will be prominently displayed throughout the lush gardens and flowing fountains at Oakbrook Center from May to August 2011. This beautiful display of garden art will conclude with a Gala Auction in September, 2011.
The sculptures would be frogs, flowers and benches. Some of the sculptures will be The Chicago Bulls "Bullfrog", The Blackhawks frog "Stanley and Carla Bank was assigned to paint the Chicago White Sox frog "Firebelly Ozzie"
Come and walk around Oakbrook and enjoy the amazing work of local artists, each sculpture is a real piece of art!