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Angelina combines color, folklore, imagination and a touch of religion to her canvases. Borrowing themes from Catholic iconography, folklore and fairy tales she weaves elaborate stories with paintbrush strokes. Going by the pen name 179, please subscribe to the blog for more updates!
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Illustrations de Mexico 2011 on Flickr.Illustrations while I travel. 

This was my second time to Mexico. The first time was disastrous on an epic crusade adventure getting stuck in a flood and having to ford our bodies across a flooded and rapid river to a fishing boat that would transport us to safely. So fun. 

This time we spent the week in Sayulita, an amazing surf town an hour outside of Puerto Vallarta. It was inspiring, colorful and blew my mind! I created illustrations everyday which turned into successful paintings now sold and gone, bringing happiness and a bit of Sayulita to their homes. 

I’m a big fan of travel. Travel friends, go places you’ve never been, meet new people, try new food. It can be as far as the end of the world or as close as a new route to work, but don’t get stuck in routine or keep going to the same places because they are familiar. You’ll grow in a new and better way, promise!

Angelina

Illustrations de Mexico 2011 on Flickr.

Illustrations while I travel.

This was my second time to Mexico. The first time was disastrous on an epic crusade adventure getting stuck in a flood and having to ford our bodies across a flooded and rapid river to a fishing boat that would transport us to safely. So fun. This time we spent the week in Sayulita, an amazing surf town an hour outside of Puerto Vallarta. It was inspiring, colorful and blew my mind! I created illustrations everyday which turned into successful paintings now sold and gone, bringing happiness and a bit of Sayulita to their homes. I’m a big fan of travel. Travel friends, go places you’ve never been, meet new people, try new food. It can be as far as the end of the world or as close as a new route to work, but don’t get stuck in routine or keep going to the same places because they are familiar. You’ll grow in a new and better way, promise! Angelina
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