Monday, April 24, 2017
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Hi! This is one of my latest versions of Frida, I'm inspired in her painting called:"The deer", where she painted her face in a wounded deer body. This sculpture is available in the Frida Kahlo Museum, in Coyoacan, Mexico City. https://www.kichink.com/search/original-veronica-perez
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
In a middle of a conflicted world... I think there's enough of violence, sadness in everywere, in the news on tv, in the radio, in the web. We need to give a little joy to the world.. in whetever you do, you can give a little joy, to the people around you ;)
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Hi! I'm very happy to be in kichink again! Here you'll find some of my new paper jewerly, all handpainted, inspired in Mexican culture. For example this earings, are inspired in one of Frida Kahlo's dress, a "Huipil Mazateco". I’m in love and proud of Mexican handcrafts, and the Huipil Mazateco, is an example of it. (The huipil: is a blouse or dress, with embroidery, oftenly wear by the indigenous people of Mexico). It has very tiny details in the flowers.. but I love to paint small things ;) hope you like it!
Monday, March 20, 2017
I'm happy to inform you, I'm a new store on line where you can purchase my work, it's name is kichink. Where you may find many of my latest work with very good prices. Pls check it, and if you like it, share it!
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
My "Fridas" are inspired in the famous Mexican paintor. I specially love the photo taken by Nickolas Murray, perhaps, one of Frida's most famous photography in color, where she's wearing a black dress, and have pink roses on her hair.. that's my "Frida" on the pic. In the back you can apreciate Frida's atelier and bedroom, at her house, La Casa Azul, now her Museum.
Monday, March 13, 2017
I´m glad to say that my "Fridas" are back at the Frida Kahlo Museum, located in Londres 247, Col. Del Carmen, in Coyoacan, in Mexico City. You'll finde them with my trademark "Original Veronica Perez". This pic, is of her beautifull garden. Recently New York botanical garden, made an tribute, to Frida, and made a very similar reproduction of her garden, in the "Casa Azul". "La Casa Azul" (The blue house) is the other name, that Frida's Museum is known, because of the color of the house. I love her clothes, she used so many colorfull dresses, in this case, she's wearing a "Huipil mazateco"(Huipil is a traditional dresses of central Mexico). If you're Frida Kahlo's fan you must not miss this awesome place, where she was born and live all here life!