Meet The Artist
Andrea Facusse is a Palestinian-Honduran self-taught, mixed-media artist. Each artwork is inspired from her multicultural background and her home growing up. Andrea’s artwork focuses on socioeconomic, emotional, and environmental issues.
Andrea has exhibited her artwork with Boca Raton Museum of Art School, The Sugar Sand Park Gallery, The Arts Warehouse, ArtsUnited at the Arts Warehouse, The Marshall Family Foundation Gallery at Arts Garage, BRiC (Boca Raton Innovation Campus), Palm Beach Cultural Center. Andrea has a permanent collection at The Arts Warehouse in Delray Beach, Florida.
Andrea Facusse’s Artist Statement
I use different mediums to express myself. Each medium gives me a different sensation with the paintbrush that I later transfer onto the canvas. Using acrylics, paint markers, pens, I make different rhythmic markings on a flat, unstretched canvas.
I make these markings in repetitive motions and in doing so I get lost in thought and transition into a different worldly plane. This repetitive process becomes a meditation that feels like a ten minute ordeal but in reality four hours have passed by.
The purpose of my artwork is to connect on a subconscious level with my audience. Just like I become one with the work, I want your inner thoughts, your inner desires and your inner fears to become one with it as well.
“I paint suffering and love, I paint joy and sadness, I paint words we fail to say, feelings we fail to show, thoughts we are willing to forget. If I can submerge you into my world, then that is the type of connection I strive for in each artwork.”
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