DORA ALIS MERA VELASCO
She was born in Queremal-Valle-Colombia on June 6, 1968.
Among her works in the Collection Portraits of Innocence, by means of which her artistic name is announced as of 2009.
More than 100 portraits in various techniques and supports are part of this collection to date.
Portraits of Innocence is a work inspired by the children of Africa whose objective at present is to highlight the color and beauty of black children.
TECHNIQUE AND MEDIA:
Oil painting, acrylic, graphite pencil, Chinese ink, Colored pencils, oil pastel and other.
SUPPORTS: Cotton Canvas, Fabriano Paper, Durex Card, Canson Paper and other types of art paper.
ARTISTIC STYLE: Figurative
1990 to 1992: School of Crafts of the Pacific
2006: Workshop “the condition of the painter” with Maestro Bernal Giraldo: Library of the Bank of the Republic.
2007: Workshop “the condition of the painter” with Maestro Bernal Giraldo: Library of the Bank of the Republic.
2008: Workshop ” Living work” oriented by the plastic artist Wilger Sotelo: Library of the Bank of the Republic
2008: Artistic Laboratory “Identity”, professor of Visual Arts: Dulima Hernández (Fine Arts, Cali).
Professor of Art Education and Artist Painting since 1996.
2013 September 26 to October 28: Plastic in University Foundation the Liberators, Collective Exhibition.
2012 September 7 to October 7: Colombia Room, Nogales School.
Individual Exhibition: “Portraits of Innocence”. Bogotá D.C.