While finalizing my latest exhibition on the Anthropological Faces of the world in Brazil, Rio. I took some time off in Buzios and Foz de Iguaçu to be inspired, unwind and start my first semester of the year with energy.
I love colourful art. Actually, the last one of my pictures is me posing in front of a painting by Dominique Jordy. Merely picturing the lushful vegetation of Brazil that I’m so fond of!
Brazil is where I grew up and is also the country closer to my heart. I’m inspired by its colours and tastes and smiles. It makes me dream and allows me to laugh out uncontrollably. It inspires me as an artist through its exuberance and as a woman through its notions of femininity.
Beautiful View of Rio
One of my favourite views in the world, reminds me of my childhood and the colours that shaped my way of seeing the world.
Me posing in front of a Painting by Dominique Jordy
One of my last exhibitions, mixing art, decor and culture made for the Rio Olympics. I love personalising my work for a specific setting or client.
Sunset in Buzios
This is the most charming fishermen village in the world. I love how rustic and understated it still is despite its growing popularity.
Beautiful Unknown Painting
Lushful tropical painting of unknown artist. I love Brazilian art and colours therefore, bumping into this painting was such a joy. There is so much talent everywhere in this country, it’s impressive!
This place has such an amazing energy that when you leave you feel extremely inspired and re-energised!