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Title: Blue Ocean Corazón de Fer

Date: 2023

Medium: Acrylics and Resin on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 30″x40″x1.5″

Title: Beach Sunset Corazón de Fer 

Date: 2023

Medium: Acrylics and Resin on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 30″x40″x1.5″

Title: Corazón de Fer Glass Magenta

Date: 2023

Medium: Resin and Acrylics on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 36″x36″

Title: Corazón de Fer Glass Beach

Date: 2023

Medium: Resin and Acrylics on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 36″x36″

Title: Corazones de Fer Gray, teal and red

Date: 2023

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 33″x33″x2.5″

Title: Corazones de Fer Blue on Blue

Date: 2023

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 36″x36″x1.5″

Title: Corazones de Fer Magenta sunset

Date: 2023

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 36″x36″x1.5″

Title: Gold Elvis with a Corazón de Fer 

Date: 2023

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 30″x40″x1.5″

Title: Red Marilyn with a Corazón de Fer 

Date: 2023

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 30″x40″x1.5″

Title: Gold Michael with a Corazón de Fer 

Date: 2023

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 30″x40″x1.5″

Title: Violet Mona with a Corazón de Fer 

Date: 2023

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 36″x36″x1.5″

Title: Peacock Einstein with a Corazón de Fer 

Date: 2023

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 36″x36″x1.5″

30″x40″

Corazón de Fer Love Gold

30″x40″

Corazón de Fer Red Magazine

48″x48″

Corazón de Fer Red Gold & Black Caviar

Adriana Lima & Fer Da Silva

Maye Musk & Fer Da Silva

Title: Corazón de Fer Gold

Date: 2022

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 36″x36″

Title: Corazón de Fer Black & Gold

Date: 2022

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 36″x36″

48″x60″

Corazón de Fer Gray and MultiNeon

20″x20″

Corazón de Fer Neon Pop

Title: Corazón de Fer Black diamond on gray

Date: 2023

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 36″x36″

Title: Corazón de Fer Neon Pop Dripping Black

Date: 2021

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 30″x40″

Title: Corazón de Fer bleeding love

Date: 2023

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 30″x40″

Title: Corazón de Fer taking notes

Date: 2023

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 30″x40″

36″x36″

Corazón de Fer In the clouds

36″x36″

Corazón de Fer Retro Pop Pink

36″x36″

Corazón de Fer Pop Neon

Title: Corazón de Fer Blue Aubergine

Date: 2019

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 48″x48″

Title: Corazón de Fer Red Japan

Date: 2019

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 36″x36″

Title: Multi Corazón de Fer Holographic

Date: 2019

Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Unframed dimensions: 48″x48″

Suzhou, China

Why hearts?

My passion for the arts began as a child. I loved to create all forms of art. I was a song-writer, a singer, an actor, a sculptor and a painter. Many years ago, I found myself going through a very difficult situation in my life and was stuck in a fog of depression. During this time, the only thing that brought me joy was writing and painting. The more I continued to paint, the better I would feel. I realized that this was a form of therapy and by expressing myself in this way it allowed me to heal.

At the beginning I had no intention of painting hearts, I was actually painting abstract waves. One evening, I painted two waves colliding into each other and discovered ‘a heart’ staring back at me. Thus, the first ‘corazon de fer’ was born.

Adriana Lima & Fer Da Silva

Washington, DC

36″x36″

Corazón de Fer pouring white on black

36″x36″

Corazón de Fer Pouring colors on white

36″x36″

Corazón de Fer Solid & Multi Blue

36″x48″

Corazón de Fer Multi BluishPink

Why hearts?

My passion for the arts began as a child. I loved to create all forms of art. I was a song-writer, a singer, an actor, a sculptor and a painter. Many years ago, I found myself going through a very difficult situation in my life and was stuck in a fog of depression. During this time, the only thing that brought me joy was writing and painting. The more I continued to paint, the better I would feel. I realized that this was a form of therapy and by expressing myself in this way it allowed me to heal.

At the beginning I had no intention of painting hearts, I was actually painting abstract waves. One evening, I painted two waves colliding into each other and discovered ‘a heart’ staring back at me. Thus, the first ‘corazon de fer’ was born.

Adriana Lima & Fer Da Silva

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