Alejandra Palacios

Alejandra Palacios Biography

Alejandra chose the brush as her way of expressing her feelings through life. It allows her to combine colors and feelings to create an artwork with a sense of realism, and a peek from her perspective. Her art shows life from a completely different viewpoint; suggesting a life that many people do not see, even when standing next to her. Simply stated, she deconstructs the view that most see, and creates a fresh new energy and movement of the same landscape, with vivid colors/energy. Traditional media (oil on Canvas), she is reminded that there is more to life than tradition. She wishes the people to see outside of the box; to view a common sight in a not-so common way. Having studied styles as diverse as Sandro Botticelli, Leonardo Da Vinci, Van Gogh, and Marinetti as artists, she also pursued an Architectural Degree studying Ricardo Legorreta, Luis Barragan and Le Corbusier and incorporated Omquest Design Solutions. A 3D Architectural Rendering Company that has been instrumental to the Hollywood CRA or Community Redevelopment Agency in it’s goal to revitalize both downtown and the beach community.

Often times, these themes are combined into a medium that incorporates a layered architectural design, keeping the real image of the minds eye that most see, but showing the futuristic view that she views.

The subject matter of each body of work determines the materials and the forms of the work. She has created a pattern of circles; a pattern that is

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  1. Alejandra's paintings reflect a lot of energy. Colors and shapes are blended in such a way that allow you to feel the rhythm of the events depicted in her paintings, and bring to your imagination the sounds of those moments.


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