Born in Rio de Janeiro, Heloisa inherited from her father, a lawyer and syndicalist, her interest and involvement in social causes and combating injustices during Brazil's dictatorship period. From her mother she inherited a sensibility towards the arts as she watched her design, embroider and sew.
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Grand old homes crowd Rio de Janeiro's venerable Copacabana neighborhood. Black, white and grey convey a sensation of stability as the disparate shapes mingle in harmony. "I sought to convey the... Read More
Descending a long white plane, fields of color take shape as precise squares. A wide, feathery brushstroke evokes the blur of movement in this abstract by Valter Gomes. He depicts a skier in a bold... Read More
Painting with abstract freedom, Heloisa Pires Ferreira conjures images within a colorful harmony. The Brazilian artist masters metal engraving techniques to express her artistic originality.Titled... Read More
Combining surrealism and abstraction, Mexican artists Francisco, Patricia and Gilberto create this stunning image of a woman. Her form seems to echo in waves as a geometric spiral forms itself within... Read More