Lifrancis Rojas 2018-09-25T23:22:46+00:00

Project Description

Lifrancis Rojas

La Artista Venezolana Lifrancis Rojas Vecchionacce crea sus obras llenas de textura, movimiento y colores vibrantes.  Utiliza materiales orgánicos para lograr la apariencia que define su estilo único.

La presencia de multiples capas ahumadas y borrosas juegan un rol principal que con mezclas de colores crean una composicion etérea, a veces escondida detrás de superficies puntillistas que asemejan brocados y generan un juego de movimientos que nos acercan para descubrir que hay oculto detrás de ellas.

Lifrancis Rojas Vecchionacce nació en Caracas, Venezuela en 1972.  Actualmente vive y trabaja en el sur de la Florida donde se estableció desde el año 2000.

Graduada en la Universidad Metropolita en Administración, Banca y Finanzas, y con un postgrado en Mercadeo en Full Sail University, Lifrancis está dedicada tiempo completo al arte. Fué elegida como Artista invitada para el evento annual “Arts and Business Council of Miami” en 2016 y premiada por IIDA (International Interior Designers Association) con el premio Mejor técnica Mixta en la exposición “Art by Design 2017”.

Su trabajo puede ser encontrado en colecciones privadas en USA, Canada, México, Suecia, Japon, Hong Kong, Venezuela y Republica Dominicana.

Actualmente Lifrancis ejerce como Director de Publicidad y Mercadeo del Weston Art Guild en Florida, USA.

Declaración del Artista

“El arte es color, forma y textura que nos transporta al pasado y nos hace sentir los pies en la arena, el agua de mar tibia humedeciendo nuestra piel, la corteza rugosa y áspera de un árbol y lo seco y crujiente de las hojas al jugar en una tarde de otoño.  Todas estas sensaciones se unen para engañar a nuestra mente y nos arrastran a un mundo de sueños, recuerdos y deseos.”

Venezuelan born, Lifrancis Rojas creates her works full of textures, movement and vibrant colors.  She uses organic materials to achieve the appearance that defines her unique style.

The presence of fuzzy and smoky layers, play their role with streaks of tones creating an ethereal composition, sometimes hidden under dotted surfaces resembling sheer lace that generates a motion game drawings us closer to discover what is hidden beneath.

Lifrancis Rojas was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1972 and She is based in Florida since year 2000.

She has a Bachelor degree in Business and Finance from Universidad Metropolitana in Caracas, Venezuela, and a Marketing Certification from Full Sail University in Florida however She is dedicated full time to the Arts.  She has been chosen as a Featured Artist for the Miami Art and Business Council annual event in 2016 and won Best Mixed Media award at “Art by Design 2017” exhibit by the IIDA (International Interior Designers Association).

Her works can be found in collector’s homes and businesses in the United States, Canada, Sweden, Hong Kong, Japan, México, Venezuela and Dominican Republic.

Today she serves as Publicity Chairman for the Weston Art Guild.

Artist Statement

“Art is color, form and texture that flood us back to the feeling of the sand under our feet, warm ocean water on our skin, and the dry leaves on an autumn afternoon.

Everything fuses to trick our minds and take us to our dreams, memories and wishes”.

Recently Added to VAEA’ Artists’ Registry

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