..."Our home dwelling is full of objects, perhaps even mundane. By exploring these objects, I bring forth the beauty to the ordinary, which we all see, but may not completely observe.
By amplifying common place objects and bringing them to the attention of others, this allows the honoring of these items. Cups, bowls, food, wheels from children's bicycles, bottles, chairs, tea pots, all these bring comfort, yet are ignored for the job they perform... a very necessary job indeed. Domesticity, a most important ingredient in comfort and safety but yet ignored by most.
These items, and their uses, interest me for further exploration in my artwork. I hope to bring forth their importance to the masses by celebrating everyday life"...
Lives and works in Weston, Florida
Alexandra Salazar was born in Caracas, Venezuela. Studied Graphic Design at the Design Institute of Caracas. Has exhibited in several exhibitions in the USA, including the Arts School Museum in Boca Raton, Florida. She has also won artistic merits in the Nathan D. Rosen Museum Gallery exhibition in Florida.