“What defines my work is the wide range of materials that I use in a single canvas,” says contemporary Mexican artist Picazo.
Cinthya González Picazo is a contemporary Mexican artist. Since her childhood, Cinthya has always wanted to investigate the spiritual material world in which we live. She has exhibited at several exhibitions in the USA and UK.
A Glimpse into the Subconscious of a Contemporary Mexican Artist
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Cinthya González Picazo has dedicated herself to the art profession for over 15 years. Her process has evolved slowly and organically. As a child, she was inspired by all sorts of colors, shapes, and dreams. Cinthya now likes to mix different techniques, which add texture and layers to her original style.
Abstract-S series & Angel wings
Currently, Cinthya Picazo is working on a series called Abstract-S (Subconscious) which is the expression of her subconscious mind in an abstract way. “I entered a spiritual world when I got sick with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Fibromyalgia,” says Cinthya. Now she is starting to make angel wings carved in the carving technique of sculpture.
Seeking gender equality
Cinthya’s most significant work is her “Broken” series where she seeks gender equality. Through her art, she also began to fragment the faces of women that represent the pain of the auto-immune disease she lived with seven years ago when she started painting this series.
Leaving a legacy to inspire others
Cinthya wants to be remembered as someone who did something for this broken world, who fought for the rights of women, animals, and flora and fauna. Moreover, to inspire people with auto-immune diseases to show that even with pain, it is possible to create, help and get ahead.
Cinthya has gone through many styles. “The ones that define me the most are cubism, figurative, portraiture, and abstract expressionism,” she adds.
What most defines her work apart from the fragmentation of the elements is the wide range of materials that she uses in a single canvas.
To see Cinthya’s latest artwork, visit Saatchi Art >
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