Krystel Rascon Biography
Krystel Rascon was born in Mexico City. She studied Illustration and Fine Arts in California at the Academy of Art University San Francisco and at Laguna College of Art and Design. As an emerging artist, Krystel's work has succeeded in drawing her own path in art, her ideas flow and project without the need to resort to the pre-established. Her style of emotions is expressed in the way she handles a naturalistic technique combined with distortion, which by her personality and her training connects the unconscious and spontaneity, achieving multidimensional moments. Since the beginning of her career she has explored the use of experimental materials and techniques, such as resin, oil, spray paint and digital media. Creating pieces that through layers achieve a captivating effect, fragmenting the figures represented. The process is related to the way she sees life, a series of decisions, actions and reactions, and its through these trails of vestige she finds her freedom. She began showing her work with a group called The Salon, exhibiting at various galleries in Orange County, California. On her return to Mexico, she completed a residency program at Centro de Residencias e Ivestigacion Artistica in the city of Ensenada, where she presented her first solo exhibition at the Galeria Petanca. She has participated in collective exhibitions in Tijuana and Mexico City and currently is part of a Itinerant Exhibition of Contemporary Art, which has been exhibited in the Salon de la Plastica, Donceles 66, Museo de las Diligencias Toluca and Centro Cultural Tlalpan. Currently she is exhibiting her second solo show “Plasticity” in the Gallery of the City in Ensenada. And she currently works as freelancer from her studio La Cabaña in Ensenada.
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