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Fruits
Julieta Santa María Riesco
40 x 50 cm
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Lemons
Julieta Santa María Riesco
51 x 51 cm
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FruitsII
Julieta Santa María Riesco
53 x 50 cm
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White FlowersI
Julieta Santa María Riesco
54 x 73 cm
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Red Flowers
Julieta Santa María Riesco
80 x 60 cm
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White FlowerII
Julieta Santa María Riesco
73 x 60 cm
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Artist Bio
Artist:  Julieta Santa María Riesco
Biography:  Born in Santiago, Chile. Along her career she tried different techniques in areas like polychrome, vitraux, ceramic, drawing and oil painting.

Light and color are the basic elements of her painting, which dignifies the simplest objects, combining them in a way that her work becomes nevertheless harmonious and powerful.

Studies: -Interior Designs 1982.

-Ceramics 1985.

-Florentine Art 1988.

-Vitreaux 1991.

-Painting and drawing with Carmen Silva 1992.

-Oil painting with Juan Ibarra 1994-1999.

-Drawing with Eva Lefever 1995-1996.

Latest Exhibitions:

July- August 2003. Olavinlinha Castle, Savonlinna, Finland. August-September 2003.

Taidesalonki Piirto, Helsinki, Finland.

December 2003. Taidesalonki Piirto, Helsinki, Finland.

January-February. Taidesalonki Piirto, Helsinki, Finland.

July-August 2004. Gallerianna-Savonlinna, Finland.

July-August 2007. Gallerianna-Savonlinna, Finland.

Statement:  My painting truly reflects my personality. In my work is possible to appreciate the joy of live and the permanent search of color which are brought by my childhood memories. Through my wonderful traveling experiences around the world, I have always associated the places where I have been with certain colors. Those colors are captured in my work. At the beginning of my career I was mostly interested in the forms of the objects and how to exactly represent them as they were.

Nowadays my paintings have developed toward a greater focus on the colors rather than forms. These colors come to the fabric as a result of my emotions and inspiration, without necessarily matching the reality.