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I have been a compulsive creator of art since I was a little girl. I started by making sand candles and purses as a young child and sold them to a few stores in my town. Later in my early teens years, I studied ballet. During all the time spent in between rehearsals, all the girls would knit. I also learned to quilt at that time. Our ballet instructor, who came from Russia, taught us how to make ballet costumes and headpieces. I also choreographed ballets and taught ballet. After I stopped dancing, I needed to fill that creative void. I taught myself how to paint faux finishes. I also created beadwork for clothes. While my children were babies and I stayed home, I began to make jewelry and sold them to stores and to special customers. While visiting Barcelona, Spain one year, I was in awe with the works of Antoni Gaudi. I loved the vibrancy of all the colors in mosaics. That was my new passion in the 90's! I began reading everything on how to make mosaic structures with cement.
Fast forward to 2014, when we moved to La Quinta, California. I finally had an art studio where I could create 24/7! I branched out from mosaics to creating mixed media... Now I use metal, canvas, wood, plastic, paint and just about anything I find to create mixed media, assemblage art, painting and now jewelry. I am a self taught artist, doing what I love to do. Creating unique art. I do not limit my work to one style because I would become too bored. I continue to work and explore with new mediums. I presently reside in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.. My studio is in the newQulture building Studio #1 Venustiano Carranza 466 Emiliano Zapata ,Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco Mexico. Please visit my studio for a small sample of my art. I welcome commissioned work. Contact me to develop a perfect piece of art that says this piece of art is YOURS! Mosaics by Carrie Mixed media art, assemblage, mosaics, painting and jewelry.
Working on "Time is ticking, save your soul". Mixed media/ assemblage.
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