Isabel Campus Muñoz

Cactus Oil Painting

CHF 60.00
  • Cactus Oil Painting
  • Cactus Oil Painting

Isabel Campus Muñoz

Cactus Oil Painting

CHF 60.00

“Colors of Mexico” Series

  • Oil on painting cardboard
  • Size 20 x 20 cm
  • Year: 2020

This is the original painting.


About the Artists: Isabel Campus, from León in the state of Guanajuato, México. Living in Bern, Switzerland.
"Throughout my life I have always been fascinated by images, so naturally I felt attracted by painting, as well as the artisanal work using different techniques and materials.
When I paint I live magical moments full of light and color that ignite happiness inside me.
Creating collages is my special way to express my creativity living the moment and being present with myself feeling the gratitude I have for life.
My work is mainly inspired in portraits.

I have completed my art courses. My Portfolio thesis „Everything starts with a dream“ has been successfully approved and certified by the Schule für Gestaltung Bern und Biel SfG BB“


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