Handwritten notecards are old fashioned and a tradition that is slowly dying, as we embrace technology more each day. It is so easy and way cheaper to shoot a text or email, send an Evite or create a Facebook event. So why should we bother? Last year I decided to ask for my friends addresses, … Continue reading Why should we write notecards nowadays?
BOLD + BRILLIANT I am so proud to have been select to be artist in residence at this amazing TEDx event! My art will be the stage backdrop and I will have a table to share my work with you all. Tickets have just gone out for sale and it mostly likely will get sold … Continue reading TEDx White Point Gardens Women
Dear friends, when I attended the "talk with the juror" at the City Gallery, I thought we would hear the amazing Arianne King tell us about the art on display. After a brief introduction she actually invited the present artists to talk about the work. We walked around the gallery an listened to some very … Continue reading My Speech at the City Gallery
I have recently given an interview that inspired me to resume an old idea of sharing my stories. People seem to always be fascinated by my life story and I think it is time to share it to the world. I mean, if not for the benefit and inspiration to some people, maybe just for … Continue reading Sharing is Caring
Twenty years ago, I was a young student at the Art Students League in NYC, determined to become a successful artist. Considering I went to Marketing & Advertising University instead (I didn’t believe I could be successful as an artist in Brazil), I felt like I had to make up for lost time. Ever since I was … Continue reading Did you know I used to be a Portrait Artist?
Well, first I need to explain that this was his first trip to NYC while for me, it was a work trip to a place I used to live. Two days before my flight, he sent me a message asking if I was in the USA yet. We had been friends for a few years … Continue reading Would you ever guess where I took my husband on our first date?
Today I woke up and had completely forgotten about March 8th. As I am sipping my coffee and checking my social media feeds (this is my morning routine), I started seeing some amazing posts on the International Women’s Day. I instantly felt an urge to put something together to share. Out of luck, I had just … Continue reading Women’s Day
What a nice start to the year! Do you remember I had a piece hanging at the Mayor’s office last year? To be precise, it was hung on Valentine’s Day. The program was meant to rotate the art after 3-4 months, but I like to say they just loved my piece so much that I was … Continue reading I have been selected again
Starting in December I am a new CO-Owner at the Lowcountry Artists Gallery, located in the historic French Quarter of Downtown Charleston. Yes, the gallery with the frog statue on East Bay! Starting in December I am a new CO-Owner at the Lowcountry Artists Gallery, located in the historic French Quarter of Downtown Charleston. Yes, … Continue reading Super Exciting News!
If you take a quick look at my artist statement you will see that my number one priority is to make my clients happy. Seeing that sparkle in their eyes is what motivates me to work! This is why I happily offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. I am confident I can deliver on that promise because … Continue reading 100% Satisfaction Guarantee