The Market Girl, Oil painting of Hispanic Culture.
18”x24” by Clina Polloni.
The Market Girl. In the Hispanic culture it is a tradition to go to the market, where the local people brings their fresh fruits, vegetables and craft. This girl is proud to show her flowers and vegetables with her colorful hand netted ponchos in the back.
I did this painting when I went to Ecuador. Inspired by their colorful art and culture, very similar to most of the countries in South America. People live in the cosmopolitan cities surrounded by malls and a variety of today modern stores. But the beautiful thing is that they are trying to preserve their culture.
This painting was exhibited at the Franklin County Art Council, NC. For the 2018 5 de Mayo Celebration of the Hispanic Culture.
Clina Polloni is a contemporary artist born in Chile, winner of the Franklin County Art Council, NC. 2017 Artist Award. Her oil paintings are inspired by her love for people, animals and nature. Her new project: “The motif of the human figure in a dialogue with natures light and colors.” In these new paintings she is portraying people in their environment and activities, representing the American and Hispanic Culture.
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