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Welcome to my gallery page!


Here you can see a lot of examples of pieces from my journey as an artist, these are past collections and I have some of the work I created back in 2012. All of the pieces displayed in this page have left my studio and are now in their forever homes; but, if there is something you love contact me and I can work out a special commission for you.

If you landed here you'll notice that my style has evolved through the years; as a creative mind I'm forever exploring and as I grow and change my art grows and changes with me.

If you want to see what I'm up to today please visit my instagram page; it is literally a diary of my art journey!


This small collection of 10 globes marks a special moment in my art career. They symbolize so much and they served as a tool for me to find a lot of things about myself and learn to celebrate my own uniqueness and be proud and accept my own path.


The past couple of years I've been exploring altering proportions and creating representational portraits. My portraits explore emotions, depth and color.


A big part of developing my style came from working in small continuous series, in which sometimes I even painted a piece a day! Here you can find examples of those collections like my Zodiac series and my 30 in 30 collection (women portraits with floral elements; one created per day on 30 continuos days)


This is a sampling from the collection of portraits I created between 2013 and 2015. Most of my work was distinguished by the lack of facial features. When I started creating this series I saw it as a way to connect to other women with different lifestyles and stories; then what they looked like didn't really matter. It was more important to reflect on what they lived.


The first thing I painted on canvas were flowers! I think I was about 15 years old, I really loved it and often times I experimented with collage and very large formats. I think flowers will always be present in my work. Nowadays I experiment with abstract florals, they are the most difficult to me but I love making them and I get many collectors ask for commissioned pieces in this style.

© 2019 By Paula Callejas