CONTEMPORARY ART INSPIRED BY THE SPIRIT OF THE WILD
Guillermina Uteda is a plastic artist from Uruguay born in 1997. She currently studies Communication and Fashion Management at the University of Montevideo.
Her relationship with painting began at a very young age because of her mother who also painted. During her childhood she attended the art studio of Alejandro Pérez Noya. In 2017, while she was studying Veterinary Medicine, she began to paint in a self-taught way, connecting her passion for fashion, art, and decoration with nature: her greatest inspiration.
Most of his works are abstract representations of wild flowers and gardens, and are characterized by the use of vibrant and opposite colors; like fuchsia, green and turquoise. Her purpose is to bring the nature into each room, filling it with life, energy and colors.
She has more than hundred works sold both in Uruguay and around the world