Benjamin Rodriguez, a native of Orocovis, Puerto Rico, has a penchant for watercolor and acrylic painting. Through his brush, he's able to capture the beauty and essence of everyday life in his ancestral hometown. His artwork showcases the fields of flowers, oceanside escapes, and homes that are emblematic of the region. The use of color and light in his paintings exudes the warmth of the island in every stroke.
Maria Elena Guzman founded the Milena Guro brand with the desire to promote the beautiful craftsmanship of her native Peru and breathe life into her designs.
Milena Guro creates numerous one-of-a-kind jewelry collections, incorporating gemstones, quartz, crystal beads, and natural stones combined with .950 Sterling Silver and 18K Gold.
Each piece is inspired by traditional cultures. Milena Guro has been awarded and recognized for preserving and promoting cultural traditional values and craftsmanship.
David Amoroso is an artist whose work reflects his deep admiration for Latin culture. He expresses his artistic creativity through painting, photography, and block and screen prints.
Although David dedicates most of his work to painting portraits of everyday people, he also showcases Mexican pop culture in his art. His involvement in the Latino art community has enabled him to create Mexican altars for Día de los Muertos and Guatemalan Alfombras de Aserrín.
David's art has been exhibited in various locations across the United States.
Each item in the WANAAN Collection is meticulously crafted by skilled Colombian artisans, showcasing their expertise and dedication to their craft.
The bags in the collection are not only stylish but also durable, perfect for everyday use or special events. The purses are not just accessories, but pieces of art that add a touch of Colombian flair to any outfit. The placemats are intricately woven, adding a pop of color and culture to your dining table. The accessories in the collection, are versatile and unique, making them the perfect gift for a loved one, or for yourself.
Ecuahats is committed to celebrating Ecuador's vibrant cultural legacy by collaborating with local artisans. These artisans employ age-old techniques passed down over generations to produce one-of-a-kind and authentic items. Each piece is meticulously crafted with attention to detail, ensuring the highest quality standards are met.
Through direct collaboration with artisans, Ecuahats promotes sustainable livelihoods and helps preserve traditional craftsmanship. Customers have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the beauty of Ecuadorian culture through our handmade products, each narrating a tale of skill and heritage. Ecuahats takes great pride in bridging the gap between consumers and the skilled artisans who create each item, fostering a platform for cultural exchange and admiration.
Evelyn Rodriguez's passion for crafts led her to explore the enchanting realm of decoupage, an ancient decorative art involving paper and various materials, widely practiced in Guatemala.
Her artwork showcases a blend of painting techniques like crackling, marbleization, solid colors, and paper napkins tailored for decoupage. These techniques are applied to recycled items such as glass bottles, CDs, wood, and eggshells, harmoniously coming together to create visually appealing pieces.
The central theme of her art is to contribute towards a more sustainable future by recycling and preserving the environment for generations to come.
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