I was born in Patagonia, Argentina. I studied and worked in the city of Buenos Aires, and immigrated to the United States in 2001.

I currently live in Boulder, State of Colorado. 
Since my steps in visual arts, I felt particularly fascinated by abstract art. The use of large formats, energetic motions, and the combination of media added degrees of freedom and helped me build complex topographies with nested details in texture and roughness. A connection between the world of motion and change, and color is achieved through those topographies. They are characterized by geometric structures that freeze time and trigger the imagination of the observer to dynamically connect Nature and abstraction.

Roxiere's art brings a mixture between her native Patagonia (Argentina), the cosmopolitan metropolis of Buenos Aires, and the beauty of the Coloradoan Rockies. When I focus on her paintings, I feel wrapped by the poetic flight of her abstractions... that myriad of shapes, veins, and contours suddenly vanish into subtle and mysterious transparencies. They are particularly remarkable in her large formats of The Tribute to Jackson Pollock Astor Piazzola...where her creative spirit links those two superlative artists full of revelry in a colloquial space of music and painting. Everything is possible in the artist's heart and painting.

If there is an artist able to use the Pouring technique with art and mastery is with no doubt Roxiere. She brings that perspective with an incredible technical command and great creativity. Clearly a referent in the subject. Her book about Pouring was presented in the International Fair of the Book of Buenos Aires, and in a series of successful Art seminars.

                                                          ArtCurator Alicia Cunto

The fascinating Fluid Art technique (or pouring) requires a clear introduction to numerous interacting effects that literally generate the artwork. This book offers a concise guide for the main pouring effects, as well as the elements that will allow the reader to gradually gaining their control, opening the door to a creative process with a minimum of setbacks.

fluid art | abstract art

It is a form of abstract art that uses acrylic paints with a runny (fluid)consistency. The acrylic paints react with each other when combined together to make interesting and visually organic motifs.

Acrylic | Abstract Art

Acrylic paint uses a synthetic resin to bind pigments. As it can be diluted with water and used thinly or thickly depending on how much water is added to it, it can resemble a watercolor or an oil painting, or have its own unique characteristics not attainable with other media.

Encaustic | Abstract Art

Encaustic is a Greek word meaning “to heat or burn in” (enkaustikos). Heat is used throughout the process, from melting the beeswax and varnish to fusing the layers of wax. Encaustic consists of natural bees wax and dammar resin (crystallized tree sap). 

Mixed Media | Abstract Art

A mixed media painting is one that combines different painting and drawing materials and methods, rather than only one medium.

ROXIERE'S ART PIECES FOR SALE AT "Valora tu Talento" 

TRIBUTE TO JACKSON POLLOCK AND ASTOR PIAZZOLLA

A Fusion Between Image and Tango

~ THIS PROJECT IS AVAILABLE FOR EXHIBITIONS, PLEASE CONTACT THE ARTIST FOR MORE INFORMATION ~

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