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I was born in Trinidad Beni, Bolivia.


In art, I consider myself blessed to inherit the talent of my grandmother Tina Alberdi, from whom I received my first teachings. Then I was taking workshops with different national and international artists until I found my own style.

Pictorial art has always been my greatest passion, but for 4 years I have been doing it in a more professional way and as a job that generates resources, social networks are an important tool to disseminate the work I do. I share my pages with the artist Monica Avila, with the name of Zona de Arte A&A.

In November 2018, the art area held an exhibition at the Casa de la Cultura del Beni. In shopping Casco Viejo de Trinidad, for 6 months and in Moxos Hogar also an exhibition of the works.

I belong to the Mondragon Virtual Art Gallery, from Mexico and Artmajeur Art Gallery of France. I was invited to be part of the Casacor 2019 art gallery. In February 2020 I exhibited works at Hotel Camino Real de Santa Cruz, as part of the Market Creativo group of artists, holding different monthly exhibitions.

Currently, my works are exhibited at Ines Espa├▒a Bistro & Bakery in the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra.

In June 2020 I was invited by the Secretary of Culture of Tarija for a 360 virtual exhibition *
In the month of December, I will be presenting three works in The Eye Mural, by Rallwins Gallery.

Hello Tania! Tell us a little more about your first memories and your grandmother’s influence on your art.

Tania: I grew up next to the Bolivian artist Tina Alberdi, who was my grandmother in a house surrounded books, art, and materials that helped me discover my penchant for painting.

What medium is your favorite to work with?

Tania: The materials I use are acrylic paints that I paint on canvas racks.

What are some of the tools you use to create your distinctive style of art?

Tania: My tools to spread my work are social networks, which are available to everyone and opens many doors to show the world what we do, you just have to learn how to take advantage of them.

Could you explain your process to us?

Tania: First I observe the different situations then I order the elements to take them to the frame.

How much planning do you do before you start creating a work of art? If so, what are you trying to solve at each stage?

Tania: My planning is to see and take many photographs of different daily moments and Through them, I get the inspiration to paint.

Is there a message that you are trying to convey with your art?

Tania: In most of my paintings the female figure is found, I try to make you feel the tenderness that we carry within women, the angel that we are for someone sometime in the lifetime. That is the message that I convey through my palette using soft colors so that those who see them feel peace. That is the hallmark of my work.

How do you keep your ideas fresh?

Tania: Reading many books where they narrate stories and situations that lead to creating cusando the imagination.

What is your most recent piece of art that you have liked to work on the most?

Tania: This is my most recent work and the one that I have enjoyed the most, it was made during confinement,
inspired by freedom and nature.

Would you like to share something with our readers looking for inspiration and broadening their expression artistic?

Tania: That it is never too late to start and move on because it never ends to learn.

What is the best way to reach people interested in your art?

Tania: Instagram / Facebook: zonadearte.aa
Instagram: tania.avila_art

Thank you!

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