The Endangered, Can Art Save Them?
An International Art Exhibition
(November 7 through January 8, 2021)
Angee Ferrin was born in Caracas, Venezuela on January 25th, 1977. She graduated at the Architecture & Arts School of the University of Los Andes, Venezuela where she obtained an Architect Degree. Her increasing love and curiosity for the arts drove her to self study the pointillism technique used by neo-impressionist artist, George Seurat, among others and whom clearly had been of great influence on her style.
Angee Ferrin uses a modern and impressive variation of the Pointillism techniques filling illustrations with vibrant colors, great detail and a unique style by combining a series of painted dots leading her to a colorful path of expressions. Currently Angee resides in Orlando, Florida where she continues expressing her emotions and perspectives through colorful painting and art pieces.
When I moved away for college I immersed myself into the arts and ever since painting became my passion, exploring and studding different techniques I found myself identified with the Neo Impressionism's pointillism which I adopted and adapted creating and defining my style.
When I painting I challenge myself to explore the multiple paths of colors and shapes incorporating dots to fill and delineate textures.
Often times my artwork combines vibrant colors establishing a surreal interpretation of the subject leading the eyes to the open door of the imagination.