Mayka's roar

/ federico


Introduce yourself in two lines

I'm a very creative, honest, enthusiastic and modest woman, who is always looking for a way to create and imagine new things and her passion is art.

What relationship do you have with tattoos?

I don't have any relationship with tattoos, but if a person likes them a lot, the process of creating a tattoo for me is interesting.

Where does your passion for art come from?

It comes from when I was a child; I have always liked drawing and creating things. Similarly I have always considered imagination to be something completely unique.

Ask yourself a question, give an answer

My question would be what is my motivation for art?

My motivation comes from my passion for art and the emotion from creating new things. Things never seen before.

Are there any other Camaloon artists you like?

Yes.

How would you describe your style?

My style is a combination of abstract and traditional with a touch of modernity, the geometric aspect gives it a sense of dimension and originality thus creating a different atmosphere in each work.

Let's talk about your creations on Camaloon

My works for Camaloon are part of a series of wild animals, which I'm very passionate about. My intention was to show in each work the power these animals transmit.



cases with lions, tigers and leopards

The project you're proudest of

At the moment the project I'm proudest of is the one called "fractal memories". It is about circumstances that arise in my life and how I've been able to progress with them.

Tell us a story about yourself or your work

A story about my work is when I applied for a contest at Curioos to win first place and get a place in a New York gallery.

It was a great experience.

What is Camaloon for you?

Camaloon is a place where I can promote my art and has great product distribution; it's also a great place for making a name for yourself as an artist.

A final comment?

I like Camaloon a lot; I think it is a good place to promote your art and to get to know new artists.

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