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I was inspired by this beautiful, enormous, technicolor Ecuadorian butterfly that lives in Mindo, a warm climate part of my country among thousand of other butterfly species. This butterfly is one of the most recognizable because of its bright blue color, which almost blinds your sight. I tried to create a flag with the colors of the composition, the flag of Ecuador, yellow, blue, and red. This piece almost bright my day up is a beautiful composition of happiness, I recommend having it in a child room where a kid will study, or a place that needs stimuli. The mediums are acrylic that condenses color, as I felt, did at that time. And I covered it with a layer of glue to give it extra brightness. Material: watercolor paper, glue-covered. Unframed. Recommended hanging: framed. Hardware is not included. Print edition: Unframed. Recommended hanging: framed. Hardware is not included.
Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper
Size:10 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in
Size with Frame:15.25 W x 15.25 H x 1.2 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
The Ecuadorian scene lacks appreciation for Angela Vivero's art, yet. Mostly Ecuadorian artists are either: the quitenian bohemian high left-winged lifestyle or the quitenian upper, elite, posh, art educated right-winged political ideals lifestyle. On the contrary, she is an ambitious Quitenian, balanced feminist, middle-class, practicing catholic woman, clever and hypersensitive as a child. She thinks Ecuador is divided merely into two contrary views. Like every young adult in Ecuador, she wants balance. She considers herself a sui generis expressionist. She longs for recognition. Angela got the painting interest and ability from her mom Angie who would paint for little Angela. Later Angela fell in love with the oil-painting smell after seeing her aunt-in-law, a very recognized artist Micaela Almeida doing art, someone and something she deeply admires. Angela began with doodling flowers as a symbol of intimacy or the need for strong family relationships. She has this style of indiscriminate, oversaturated use of colors. The artist uses digital means whenever feeling trapt in her everyday housewife routine. She uses concrete material only when she feels complete liberty on her skin. She is a brave, passional artist who doesn't care to be vulnerable. She hopes to return to purity with white color canvases someday. A Quitenian girl with Quitenian humor hides messages in her pieces but mostly wants viewers to enjoy nature scenes as a generous gift or entertainment to the eyes.
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