Higo (Hilda Gabarron Ordorica)
A professional mixed-media artist, graphic designer, gallery owner/operator, college art professor, and award-winning editorial designer, Higo received her BS in Graphic Arts and Design at the Universidad de las Americas in Puebla, Mexico. Her graduate studies were in art restoration at Puebla's Universidad Iberoamericana.
Higo has been in more than 20 collective and individual exhibitions in Mexico and the USA including shows at MOCA, E11even2 at 78th St. Studios in Cleveland, Beachwood Community Center, Lakeland Community College, and Detroit Institute of Art; she has lived in Shaker Heights, Ohio since 2012.
Higo ………………….. Hilda Gabarrón Ordorica
Mexican colorful mind fused with north American amazing life.
I make art because it is my expression.
My work is original. The process begins with an IDEA. I get caught in the passion of the idea. The expression of the idea becomes my challenge, which will be embodied through some new technique, or a mix of new and older method. As I work through this challenge, I can express the emotion of the idea with oil, watercolor, acrylic, papier-mâché, hyper tufa, stain glass window, mosaic, or batik.
I take inspiration from my life and memories; which are transformed into fantasy when I wed them with my emotions. My ideas are spontaneous; my craftsmanship is meticulous.
I work with bright emotional basic colors. The Impressionism and Post-Impressionism have an important role in my expression.
I have been exposed to diverse techniques which guide my artistic solutions. I studied painting restoration; prepared diverse techniques with pigments; taught color theory, drawing, illustration, mixed media to children, adults, and at the College students level.
My art is the needed complement of my life. My art challenges my emotions into new creations that help me feel happy and relaxed … until the next idea comes.
In my heart
"In my heart" is a portrait of a Woman. Oil on canvas. 20 x 24 x 1.5"
The tallest woman in the world
Oil on canvas. Woman with a moon flying with her two small legs in the air. 12 x 16 x 1.5"
What do you want?
drawing on paper. Ballpoint pen, watercolor, stamps.
Lunito Catrina Oaxaca
Paper mache and porcelain clay sculpture. 14 ½ x 12 x 6”
The design is inspired by Vincent Van Gogh painting "Starry Night" and Higo painting "Higogogh"
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