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!
Recently I have decided to get back to doing Arts&Crafts Fairs. It's not usually a profitable thing for me but after moving so many times, I think Fairs are a great way to get to meet local people and every now and then you may just happen to come across an awesome new client! This … Continue reading Commissioned Facades
I am constantly taking photos. It is almost an obsession. It is not so much that I enjoy taking pictures (even though I do), as it is an amazing source of reference for my work in the studio. I have a dear friend who invites me on morning walks at the beach every now and … Continue reading Hamlin Creek, Isle of Palms
This summer I was asked to hold a full week of Art Camp, 9-5. Madness, right? HAHA I ended up doing two groups in two different weeks. The first week had only four kids in class and you may think it would be easy with a small number of students. Well, not really. That took … Continue reading Art Camp and Future Classes
This month I am the featured artist at the Lowcountry Artists Gallery, showcasing my latest collection: MelLowcountry - A change of pace for artist Fer Caggiano. The reception was held on Friday the 6th and it had a lot of traffic and sales. The show got the attention of The Post and Courier and I was mentioned … Continue reading MelLowcountry Show