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Women and Art: Sandra Beraha

Sandra Beraha
Quito, Ecuador

Among the most successful Latin American female painters, Sandra Beraha’s form draws comparison to earlier impressionists, but her use of creative media, including ink, pastel, acrylics, wool, flour, wood, glass and spices sets her apart . Sandra, who began her career as an artist at age four, is a published poet and leader in the field of visual arts. A highlight of her career, “Marvilloso Ecuador” (Marvelous Ecuador) a collection of over 700 paintings, showcases the natural beauty of her home during politically uncertain times. Critics have noted, “Since her return to Quito she started one of the most difficult journeys –that of choosing among one of the multiple phases of her creative personality…” Her most recent collections combine her passion for painting with digital photography. Sandra’s works has been featured in both North and South America. For more information: www.artwanted.com/sandraberaha


Women and Art Feature: Sandra Beraha, Self Portrait, 2008.
Self-Portrait
Women and Art Feature: Sandra Beraha, Sinfonia, 2008.
Sinfonia

 


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