Monica Armel, is a Colombian painter who currently lives and works in New York City. She grew up in Pereira, a city of eternal spring, in the coffee triangle. Her early works were inspired by the colors, light, nature, and varied forms from this vibrant land, a land where chaos and beauty dance in perfect harmony.
Since moving to New York City in 2017, her art has become focused on finding her unique voice, and to connect with her feminine force.
Today, Monica’s work incorporates the speed and chaos of the City, which she draws inside herself, and releases spontaneously to create great movement in color and rhythm.
Silent Symphony September 18- October 4th
131 essex st. new York ,n.y. 10002
Silent Symphony April 30 - May 30
Consulate of Colombia, 10 E. 46 St. New York, N.Y. 10017
Art exhibition by 18 women MARCH 1ST-MARCH 31
WOMEN HISTORY ARTIST MONTH (WHAM)
GODDARD RIVERSIDE BERNIE WOHL CENTER
647 COLUMBUS AVENUE, New York, NY
New York City
New York Art Academy - artistic portrait
Art Students League
Plastic Arts, Technological University
Laboratory of investigation and artistic creation with Alvaro Moreno Hoffman, Ana Maria Pacheco, and Liliana Estrada Manzur