Have a look at the beautiful coloring skills from people around the world who are coloring the 2017 calendar. Vean lo bello que están quedando estos calendarios del 2017 coloreados en diferentes partes del mundo. Find the 2018 Coloring Calendar here. Compra el calendario de 2018 aquí.
It all started when the first men looked at the sky and watched the stars in continuous motion, uniform and repetitive. The observations of the natural world made them understand that all events occur within a cycle: the migration of animals, flowering, seeding, maturation, harvest and so on. Cyclic time in nomadic people and early... Continue Reading →
"Altar" is one of the paintings I'll show in Amsterdam next month, as part of the Co-Existence stARTup exhibition organized by In4art This painting (Acrylic on Canvas, 65 cm x 81 cm) is an altar for our contemporary gods: The invisible Cloud, the omnipresent WiFi, the cult of the “like”, the drones, the smartphones, the... Continue Reading →
It's almost the end of 2016 and as I promised here is a post to show the collection of photos I have received through the year. Thanks a lot to the people who sent me these nice images showing their amazing coloring skills!
Very happy to see one of my drawings on the cover of such an interesting book just published by the World Bank: "Cashing in on Education : Women, Childcare, and Prosperity in Latin America and the Caribbean" A document about child care, female labor force participation and the importance of women's participation as a... Continue Reading →
I arrived two days ago in this giant city. I cannot describe it with words, I have to paint. Trying to translate into drawing so much new information in my brain. Processing. Experiencing a bit of vertigo in my 16th floor hotel room. I feel like a needle in a haystack. And it's ok. Thankful... Continue Reading →
I'm very happy to introduce my new greeting cards Beatriz in transit! Sets of THREE folded stationery cards printed on bright white, smooth card stock to bring your personal artistic style to everyday correspondence. Each card is blank on the inside and has been digitally printed onto a 200gsm matte paper with a finished size of... Continue Reading →