Adriana Zubikarai was born and raised in Mexico City. Not being exposed to the arts as a child, she developed interest in the plastic arts after spending many hours at the Louvre when she lived in Paris at the age of 23. Adriana now lives in New York City. Her love for observation and creation has led her to experiment with oil painting, drawing, photography, crocheting and knitting. She finished a certificate program in photography from the International Center of Photography and studied painting at the New York Academy of Art and privately at the Leah Lopez Attelier. Her work has been exhibited at prestigious institutions like: The Salmagundi Club, The Bennington Center for the Arts, One Art Space, The School at the International Center of Photography, The gallery at Hyanku Osaka. Her work is privately collected in Mexico, United States, Japan.
Adriana is a member of American Women Artists
My work is conceptual and personal, but universal. I capture those ephemeral moments: the space between people and mind, the light in a landscape that changes as you blink, flowers that perish as I paint them, fleeting moments that would love to remain in our systems forever. Those memories that change every time they are re-visited. I express emotions, feelings and beliefs in a way that when the viewer interacts with the artwork they find themselves drawn in, longing to belong in the scene. My work is included in collections mainly in Mexico, United States and Japan.
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