December 15, 2017 Camila 1Comment

Hi! I hope that you are enjoying this wonderful time of the year! We actually got some snow here in Houston! I know, big deal, but come on! It’s Houston, so lots of people had their winter wonderland wish granted even if it was only for one day. Let me…

December 5, 2017 Camila

After I completed, “Houston Skyline” which was my first piece from my Green Artworks Series, consisting of torn pieces of recycled newspaper and acrylic art mediums. I continued to experiment with my newfound technique and transitioned back to the room of the house that I love best…the kitchen. As a…

December 5, 2017 Camila

  Acrylic mediums on stretched canvas. -SOLD- While I was at an antique flea market, I came across a pile of very old, tarnished silver plated spoons. The patina on some of the worn flatware was even pretty to look at. I thought of the possibility of…

November 15, 2017 Camila

The other night I was cleaning out that junk drawer that we all have in the kitchen. You know you which one I’m talking about. That corner drawer that holds all kinds of random things that you don’t have a designated spot for. Well, I was cleaning mine.  Each time…

February 26, 2017 Camila 1Comment

Unfinished canvas on my counter drying in between applications After weeks of working on this Houston Skyline piece, I was able to deliver it to its rightful owners before the year ended. The smiles on their faces were my biggest reward. Capturing and translating emotions to a canvas is…

July 8, 2016 Camila

  I previously mentioned that I would start sharing the process of creating some of my artwork, including the mistakes that I would run into along the way.  At the risk of minimizing the mystery and magic behind the final reveal, you may proceed at  your own risk. You have been warned….

June 29, 2016 Camila 7Comment

I’ve been working on a Houston Skyline piece for a young couple’s new apartment. Many ideas came rushing to my mind and I was eager to get started!  At 2 feet high and 5 feet wide it’s one of the largest canvas that I’ve worked on so far. The first thing that…