Winterberry poster by Robin Valenzuela. Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
One of my winter, or holiday, digital works which formed into a type of mystery floral. This could be the start of a Spring budding or the final... more
One of my winter, or holiday, digital works which formed into a type of mystery floral. This could be the start of a Spring budding or the final blooms at Winter's arrival. You decide.
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About Robin Valenzuela
My art is busy. I see things in motion and in layers or textures. The colors come together first before I have an idea of what I am bringing to the surface. I love bringing textures into the mix and layering colors to bring out dimension (as in the piece “Prairie Fire”). My use of big colors comes from an unknown, but I think it has to do with ancestry. Since we don’t have time for that I’ll say that my work comes from what I’ve experienced and what I observe. I find humor in many subjects, like humans or animals. I find energy and movement in relation to my abstract subjects. Many of those are done as if I am in aerial mode looking down over an entire area, usually busy.
I currently use creative time on graphic design for local...