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Bindu Satellite Sculpture

Graciela Socorro

United States

Sculpture, Clay on Wood

Size: 20 W x 16 H x 6 D in

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I was inspired to create this piece by connecting all my favorite subjects: Astronomy, Art, Music and Spiritual growth. This sculpture lays on a 16"x20" white panel. It comes with a special hardware on the back. It is made out of clay, hand-painted layers of acrylic paint and sealed with resin. Signed on the back by artist. Certificate of Authenticity is included. Bindu Satellite was an official selection from the Assistance of League: Celebrates Texas Art 2016. Houston, TX. 2016.

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Sculpture:Clay on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:20 W x 16 H x 6 D in

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Graciela Socorro was born in Ames, Iowa. She is an American-Venezuelan artist based in Houston, Texas. She is a multidisciplinary artist who explores mixed media and photography. B.S.Mechanical Engineering following her love for aerospace engineering, soon she began exploring photography on her spare time with her boyfriend, now husband Carlos Ocando. For Graciela, this moments are magical, where truly lives the now. An eternal meditation where only matters she and the subject. This inspiration aroused her interest in conducting various studies, exploring on varieties of subject such as nature, portraits, macro photography, geometric arrays, color and black and white images... She is a very open-minded artist. Suddenly it became an everlasting encounter founding her muse in nature. From the beginning she has received guidance and support from Fine Art Photographers Albert Frangiéh and Carlos Ocando giving her the tools of editing and attention to details, among others. This encouraged her to continue her studies with geometry in nature. In 2011, Graciela made her first photography portfolio "Entre sol y Palmeras" (Spanish for "Between Sun & Palms), followed by "Into me I See". Both projects were made of palms trees where she played with their lines and colors, shadows and light creating geometric patterns using more than one image. She received International recognition from both series. She is still working on a new body of work that will be soon available on her website. In 2012, she decided to express her joy for color and geometry on a new project called Bindu - Sanskrit for dot or point - which is the main shape of the work. The circle represents unity, wholeness, infinity and all colors combined is a celebration of joy and life together. The work is made out of layers of acrylic paint on different medium: hand-made air- dry clay sculptures, panel and reclaim objects. When the piece is ready, Graciela applies a layer of non-toxic, UV protection resin to obtain a glossy look and protect the paint and clay objects. Now she lives in Houston, TX with her husband the Fine Art Photographer Carlos Ocando.

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