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 tell you a bit of what I have been up to lately. If you are familiar with my first blog, you may know that I have called myself a foodie. I do so because I love my kitchen, my kitchen gear, and my kitchen gadgets. So with all of that…

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 result, this endearing petit coq was created becoming number two of my Green artworks collection. This piece brings a rustic or French Country touch to any home. This one of a kind piece would look great in a kitchen or would make a great gift for a Foodie or a friend…

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 framing a few and displaying them in my kitchen or dining area but I wanted a bigger art piece. I took a few pieces home and that’s when I thought about creating a painting of a couple of these spoons instead.

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 I open a bottle of wine, I stash the cork in that kitchen drawer. Why? Because I like to collect the designs from different vineyards and they look so earthy, organic, and rustic. It must be an artist thing. I’ve collected a few corks over time. I didn’t want to…