Coming soon to the art shop, you can find smaller versions of El Avila for homes and offices
The Venezuelan artist is located in Houston and has now created a website Art Shop to facilitate the sale of her artwork
Color is an unavoidable part of each of my artistic compositions. Every time period of my life and every place I have lived in, have led me to use a variety of distinct color schemes.
Neisa portrayed her perception of the long Kazak winters and yearning to be with her loved ones. Her works show are heavily influenced by the Kazak town’s culture.
Venezuelan artist, Neisa Guerra, exhibited twenty-five paintings and six sculptures in November of 2008 in the Celemar Gallery portraying her daily experiences in Angola and Venezuela.
When I am sculpting my hands take over and begin to create forms and shapes over the materials. One of my favorite materials is stone.
Amuay left a deep mark on my history, not only because I was starting my own family but because it helped me channel what I wanted to be and I discovered my love for sculpting.
I was preparing for an art showing at the Celamar Gallery in Luanda, Angola, where a group of dancers was practicing on a stage outside the gallery. One of the girls inspired me to create this painting.