Jimmy Lau
October 3, 2018
Terena Wong
January 2, 2018

Alejandra Sieder

is a Venezuelan-Spanish contemporary painter, who has been developing her artist’s skills since she was 15 years old. She studied Graphic Design and Art and she graduated with class honors from the Miguel Neumann Design Institute in Venezuela. She is well known for her ability to magically combine different art styles and media into works of fine art of exquisite beauty. All her artwork is an exploration of consciousness and mental processes. Each work demonstrates a different operation of the mind. All of them created with the purpose to invite the spectator to recognize themselves in the images and beopen to the possibility of moving beyond resisting discomfort to a place of surrender. Her work is in private collections in Spain, Venezuela, Argentina, Norway, Australia, U.S.A. and England.

What motivates you to be an artist?

I have painted since I was 12 years old. My house was full of paintings by Miró, Dalí, Chagall and others. I always had a great influence from my father as a collector and the example I received from my mother as a painter. For me, being an artist was not an option that I chose, it was a vital need that I have always had to share my graphic world with those around me y hacerlos trascender a su mundo interno.

Why is art important to you?

I have painted since I was 12 years old. My house was full of paintings by Miró, Dalí, Chagall and others. I always had a great influence from my father as a collector and the example I received from my mother as a painter. For me, being an artist was not an option that I chose, it was a vital need that I have always had to share my graphic world with those around me and make them to transcend their inner world.