Sofía Sarmiento is a young and gifted multimedia artist. She (16) was born in Argentina, and lives in between there and the US.
From the age of two, she began a prolific artistic production that her mother, family, and friends still conserve as valuable pieces of contemporary art.
Her trips back and forth to the United States, Europe, and Argentina, stimulated her capacity and curiosity to nurture her artistic ideas.
Raised in a family of creative artists, she is the youngest of three children. Her oldest sister and her hero brother, are both artists that she admires.
As a high school student, her participation in art exhibitions is always a celebration and recognition of the teachers and her classmates who appreciate her work.
She sells her works in the United States, and is also there where she began her first steps into muralism by the hand of the public art curator, Mrs. Raquel Vallejo.
Raquel trusted Sofía to be a helper to the muralist artist, Mr. Mwanel Pierre-Louis, to paint the town's first mural in Micanopy, Florida. Vallejo also encouraged Sofía to paint her first "solo" mural at her own property in Micanopy. The second mural in town.
Her techniques combine drawing, painting, oil, pencil, acrylic, textile art & murals. She is also a jewelry model, and together with her mother, they form an artistic team creating multimedia artworks.
Self-taught, Sofía is very determined when it comes to work. I say she is a top-level art critic, hard worker, gifted and talented artist.
Thank you, Sofi. I am so proud of you.
Fabiana Novillo Díaz
GALLERY 118 DIRECTOR
Acrylic on canvas. Second award people choice.
Limited edition prints are available.
SCARY TINY HOUSE
Acrylic on canvas.
QUEEN SOFIA RUBY
Acrylic painting and Multimedia with Fabiana Novillo Diaz.
Portrait series. 9x12'
Pen on paper.
Pen on paper.
Pen on paper.
Starting the first mural in Micanopy, Fl. at Willie Mae Stokes Community Center With Mwanel Pierre-Louis, Raquel Vallejo, and Bishop Stokes
Attending Mr. Mwanel instructions
Attending Mr. Mwanel's instructions with another muralist, Mr. Q.
This mural is particularly emotional and pays tribute to the young Stokes, who lost his life too soon. It was an honor to have participated in this great art project.
At the cottage of the public art curator Mrs. Raquel Vallejo.
"I decided to choose surrounded colors, add cristal clear water, two ducks, and soft flowers around the fairy I named Raquel."
Thank you for your support, guys!
In the photography Raquel Vallejo & Charo and Craig O'Neil
Graffiti series printed on Archival Matte paper. 8x10'. Limited edition of 100.
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