New York-based watercolor painter.
Born in southern Brazil, studied languages and visual arts in Brazil and Germany,
Andreia's art is a mix of abstract and pointillism, and the colors are a strong structural element.
The variety of repertoire includes people, landscapes, natural and cultural environments, which appear in a game of improbable proportions.
This universe expands into organic forms, revealing a subtle balance between color, gestural brushstrokes of strong, sometimes geometric abstraction and pointillism as one of its brands.
Andreia's watercolors yoi will find bucolic landscapes, faces, bodies, flowers, abstract works or even panoramic of famous cities.
Undoubtedly, an eclectic artist to invest in some collection or in some beautiful original paintings.
About the Paintings:
Available on canvas or paper with signed limited edition artist's certificate. For originals, minimum of $12,000, variable according on the dimensions of each original. For a pre-estimated quote, commissioned works, and questions, please, contact us.
Exhibition 'In the Studio- Post-War Abstract Artists Tribute. MOMA, The Museum of Modern Art, at The Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Education and Research Building, New York, NY, USA, January 5-22, 2018.
• 1st Exhibition - New York Film and Art Festival, opening night October 22, 2009; 2nd Exhibition - Lusofonia, Brazilian Endowment for the Arts/BEA, opening night April 22, 2010; 3rd Exhibition - Art Fusion, Brazilian Endowment for the Arts, June 2010; 4th Exhibition - Abstraction, BEA, July 2010; 5th Exhibition - Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, February 2011; 6th Exhibition ï¿½ Brazilian Day Art & Crafts Exhibition, Ironbound, Newark-NJ, September 08-09, 2012; 7th Exhibition - Migration, United Nations, NYC, November 19-30, 2012; 8th Exhibition - Contemporary Brazil and Baroque Roots, United Nations Lobby, NYC, June 17-21, 2013. 8th Exhibition: I Bienal do Mediterrï¿½neo, Lisboa, Portugal, April until September, 2013 9th Exhibition: Contemporary Brazil Baroque Roots, Headquarters Hall United Nations, NYC, June, 2013 10th Exhibition: Red Wall Gallery, Contemporary Art Fair, Jacob Javits North, NYC, October, 2013 11th Exhibition: Tropical Latin Art Show, 8th Latin American Cultural, NYC, 11/22/13 12th Exhibition: Womanï¿½s Day 2014, Casa do Ribatejo, Newark, March 8, 2014 13th Exhibition: First Solo Exhibition, Gallery of Bank of Brazil, NYC, Feb. 25th -March 27th 2014, 14th Exhibition: Gallery See.me, NYC, Sept. 4th, 2014. 15th Exhibition: Tribute to Tom Jobim, Ball Room Gallery, NYC, LolArts,Dec.2014. 16th Exhibition: Tribute to Brazilian Music, LolArts, March 2015.
17th Exhibition: MOMA, Tribute to Abstract Artists, January 2018.
' I started creating watercolor paintings as a collection because I felt that it was emotionally and mentally refreshingly and free of arrogance, during a period that I've been mostly needy to paint, emerged as an instinctive desire of express my feelings.
If I have chosen watercolor as medium to express myself, it is because for me there are infinite possibilities with greatest value and smallest gestures.
Also my love of things that are simple and shining has inspired me to try to combine my child passion, painting, through the practice of water coloring, on the proper acid free paper and canvas-paper."