This painting was created by Edda Davila, using the method that Vincent Van Goh used called directional marks. Building a painting by layers of paint without mixing in the palette and applying directly to the surface. Applying one color on top of another, creating marks that go in the direction of the form allowing the color to optically mix.
Oil painting, varnish on stretched canvas.
More about the artist
When Edda Davila was little, one of her vivid childhood memories is going inside her grandmother studio. It was this small room full of art supplies and two wooded windows that had a view to her garden, she wanted to be an artist.
Born in the United States and raised in Nicaragua, graduated from Kaiser University- Latin American Campus with a Bachelors in Business Administration with a minor in management.
Life is short and unpredictable, she wanted to set an example and influence others to follow their dreams and the best way is by example. Edda is currently enrolled in a mastery program to become a full time artist at the Milan Art Institute.
The difference I hope to make is to create a more positive and caring world with beauty and inspiration. I want people to follow their dreams. I want to leave a mark by touching everyone I can, starting by the closest people to me.
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