Javiera da Fonseca
Graduated in Visual Arts with mention in Painting from “Universidad de Chile” and student of the outstanding Chilean artist Eugenio Dittborn. Her work has been exhibited in cities such as San Francisco, New York, The Hamptons, Boca Raton, Palm Beach, Seattle, Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Tulum, Zihuatanejo, Monterrey, Mexico City and Santiago, in contemporary art fairs, individual and collective exhibitions. She actually lives and work in Mexico.
“I believe in art as a channel that brings us closer to life´s source and to ourselves as spiritual beings. Through color, shapes and infinite compositions in nature we are able to connect with a higher state of consciousness where we can experience unity. My work seeks to be a bridge to that state through a constant chromatic search, broadening the spectrum of color normally perceived, to invite us to appreciate reality from a new viewpoint, more awake and aware. Through the observation, registration and later reinterpretation of existing landscapes, I build new images that seek to transmit what is perceived beyond the forms; as an act of revelation.”