This piece of original artwork comes framed and ready to hang.
Inner State Gallery and trendsetting Mexico City gallery Fifty24MX are proud to announce Cinco de Mayo a group exhibition opening May 8th featuring 11 Mexican artists that are making an impact in the new contemporary art movement. In addition the exhibition will also bring two of Mexico City’s most prominent muralists to Detroit for a large scale mural campaign in Southwest Detroit kicking off on May 4th.
Featured artists include:
Saner - Curiot - Smithe - Jesus Benitez - Violeta Hernandez - Freddy Diaz -
Alonzo "Chivo" Guzman - Mariana Villanueva - Ciler - Victor Quinonez aka Marka27 - Mariana Magdaleno and Apolo Cacho.
This piece of Original Artwork comes signed by Violeta Hernandez and includes an Original Artwork Letter of Provenance from Inner State Gallery.
Graphic Design graduate from the Center of Superior Design Studies of Monterrey (CEDIM, Monterrey, Mx); also enrolled on a Creative Illustration course from the EINA Escolla de Diseny I Art (Barcelona, Spain). Her work centers on feminine esthetics, subtle and sometimes charged with bittersweet romance. Randomly her graphic work transcends bidimensional formats to mold 3D art forms in the shape of art toys.
Violeta has reveled against the vectorial world due to her complete subjugation to computer formats throughout her career. Instead, she finds herself at ease in drawing, paper's texture, the effervescence of colour, inks, shades and fine lines that can only be obtained when working by hand. The artist creates surreal atmospheres & flows through her design process, which permeates her work with neatness, singular balance and -sometimes- sublime chaos.
Violetas universe is as unique as it its intriguing. It gets bended through music, nature and total admiration for the fine arts. She is an admirer of the Rococo movement, with its organic elements, its enduring romanticism, exotica and sensuality. Bosco, Leonora Carrington, Mark Ryden and James Jean are listed as influential in her work.