Julia Rivera is a talented and well-educated painter who has pleased many art collectors with her daring use of color, the internal rhythms of her compositions, and above all, her playful and refreshing imagery.
Rivera has created a name for herself through art restoration, apart from her repairs she is a talented and multifaceted artist. She was born in the Bronx in 1965, but since then has done an enormous amount of studying and exhibiting across the globe. She attended Escuela de Artes Plásticas in Puerto Rico, she then received her MA in 17th-century painting and restoration at the Studio Arts College International, Florence, Italy. Rivera has art in numerous permanent collections across the globe in Texas, Madrid, and Paris.
Born in the Bronx, N.Y. in 1965. Julia Rivera treasures solid academic training spent in several countries and academies. She studied painting at the SACI school in Florence, Italy. Study sculpture at the Art League of Manhattan, N.Y. Participate in a study trip at the National School of Fine Arts in Paris, France. She studied additional studies at the New York Art Studio in Manhattan, N.Y, C. Completed her studies at the School of Plastic Arts in San Juan where she obtained her Bachelor's degree in Art Education.
Mallarme pointed out that a good poem has to be enigmatic. I believe that good works also have to possess magic and mystery. A good work of art does not let us know everything. Influenced by Gorky, Miro, Chagall and Matta, and quite aware
of what has happened in the field of ‘lite’ neo-figuration during the last three decades, Rivera combines humor and poetry to conceive well balanced scenarios where the mundane and metaphysical establish dialogue about time and the human condition.