Sofía Sarmiento, known professionally as Sofiluts, is a prodigious young artist whose talent belies her age. Born in Argentina and dividing her time between there and the United States, Sofiluts has been creating art since she was just two years old. Her family and friends treasured her impressive body of work as contemporary art of the highest caliber.
Sofiluts draws inspiration from her frequent travels throughout the United States, Europe, and Argentina, using these experiences to cultivate her artistic vision. Raised in a family of artists, she counts her oldest sister and brother, both accomplished artists, among her inspirations.
Even as a high school student, Sofiluts has been recognized for her exceptional artistic abilities, regularly exhibiting her work and receiving accolades from her peers and instructors. She has also found commercial success, selling her works in the United States.
Sofiluts' artistic repertoire is as varied as impressive, ranging from painting and drawing to textile art and murals. She has even delved into jewelry modeling and joining and collaborating with her mother to create multimedia artworks.
In summary, Sofiluts' self-taught journey has led her to become a truly exceptional artist, recognized and respected by industry leaders such as public art curator Raquel Vallejo @ravaching and muralist Mwanel Pierre-Louis @mwanel1_l
Her natural talent and tireless work ethic have allowed her to collaborate on groundbreaking projects, including Micanopy, Florida's first mural. Sofiluts' inspiring solo works have further cemented her reputation as a rising star in the art world. With her unwavering dedication and visionary creativity, there is no doubt that Sofiluts has a bright future ahead.
Thank you, Sofi. I am so proud of you.
Fabiana Novillo Díaz
GALLERY 118 DIRECTOR
LOST LAKE - 2017
Acrylic on canvas. The second award people choose.
Limited edition prints are available.
SCARY TINY HOUSE
Acrylic on canvas.
QUEEN SOFIA RUBY
Acrylic painting and Multimedia with Fabiana Novillo Diaz.
Portrait series framed at the showroom.
Acrylic on paper.
Textile collage and acrylic
"I decided to choose surrounding colors and add crystal clear water, two ducks, and soft flowers around the fairy I named Raquel."
Thank you for being so supportive, guys!
In the photography, Raquel Vallejo &
Graffiti series printed on Archival Matte paper. 8x10'. Limited edition of 100.
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