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ANA LUCIA SANDOVAL

"Painting, for me, is an intimate moment in my life, or as I like to call it, "The Great Moment." I wanted to return to the origin of an idea or experience, to clear the mind of all that has been learned through a return to the basics, to the purest, most innocent, and truest forms. My way of painting stems from the quest to move from moments to the Infinite Momentum of silence where everything is created."

Ana Lucía Sandoval (Mexico, 1979)
A multidisciplinary artist, born in Guadalajara, Jalisco; grew up and resides in Morelia, Michoacán.
From an early age, she has been immersed in the art world, participating in various disciplines ranging from ballet, photography, painting, and sculpture; to graffiti and video art.
She also excels as a furniture creator and designer of utilitarian objects.
Graduating in Applied Arts in Visual Communication (Lycée La Tourache École de la Chambre de Commerce et Industrie du Var, France 1998-2002) has enabled her to understand the importance of communication between the artist and the viewer.
Ana Lucía's work is inspired by the present moment, serving as a visual representation that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. It constitutes a philosophical discourse on existence and consciousness, thus achieving a unique style.
The artist's mastery of color theory, combined with her rhythmic style, creates an optical effect that enlivens the surroundings of users as well as the space containing her work.
The particular intention of Sandoval's work is to convey to the viewer intimate perceptions that the artist has developed through her practice of meditation, which has led her back to basics, to the purest, most innocent, and truest forms; advanced techniques applied since 2005. As she continues to uncover the meaning of her work, it is her passion and dedication that drive her to recognize the source of existence, which she leaves imprinted in her work like papyri, a testament to uniqueness.


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