From Porto Rico and living in Arkansas (USA), Ana María started painting little pieces of wood in her father’s carpentry while she was still a child. She studied art and animal science, which explains her distinct humanoid figures: the animals she draws with exaggeratedly anthropomorphic features and that seem to communicate something. In Estarreja, she portrayed a region’s typical animal: the red heron. A few days later, she left another mark in Estarreja: a fish.
Created on September 29, 2017
R. Pedro Calado 37, 3865-253 Salreu, Portugal
Hunted by Maria Mendonça.
Pictures by ©sara pinheiro ©CME.

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