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Karina Puente

Karina Puente is moved by the creativity of others, which is expressed primarily through her interest in the human form. Whether the medium is pastel, acrylic, or clay, she is confident that the work best conveys the feelings of that moment. By exploring multiple mediums she finds greater satisfaction in her ability to express herself. More »

Please Note: Inactive Artist

This artist does not currently have any artwork on display with Judith Hale Gallery/Solvang Antiques. The example artwork shown below is for reference only and their availability is unknown. If you do see something that interests you, please contact Judy at (805) 686-2322 or (805) 688-1222 as we may be able to check availability for you. In some cases the artist may also have similar works available, or special commissions may be possible. Thank you for your interest!

Example Artwork

New artwork by Karina Puente will be posted soon!

 

Sold Artwork

The following works have either sold () or are no longer available ().

Sirco
by Karina Puente
Sirco
by Karina Puente
Dream Walking
by Karina Puente
Birds of Abundance
by Karina Puente
Feather Mask
by Karina Puente
Pau
by Karina Puente
Laid Lavender
by Karina Puente
Sweet Affection
by Karina Puente
TV Captive
by Karina Puente
Heart Strings
by Karina Puente
Joaquin
by Karina Puente
Girl in Tank
by Karina Puente
Ariane
by Karina Puente
Gesticulated Expression
by Karina Puente
Mariposa Migration
by Karina Puente
Focused Premonition
by Karina Puente
The Performance
by Karina Puente
Lucia in Yellow
by Karina Puente
Scarves
by Karina Puente
Cloud Nap
by Karina Puente
Anouk Reflected
by Karina Puente
Orange Cloak
by Karina Puente
Peruvian Paso
by Karina Puente
Sam
by Karina Puente
Voiced
by Karina Puente
   

Towards the end of her eighth grade school year she began attending "Art Night" at Santa Ynez Valley High School where she began taking her artwork more seriously and experimented with paints and pastels. During her freshman year in high school, she took the first art class which taught her the beginning and basic principles of art.

Karina has twice received the National American Vision Award thru The Otis School of Design; one of 70 students selected out of 30,000. This award has never been awarded to the same recipient twice. Karina, now 21, attended the Boston Museum of Fine Art School for two years and will return in the fall of 2005.On April 21st, 2002 Karina Puente was selected as 1st place winner in the California Alliance of Art Educators 2002 Emerging Young Artists Award Competition, a statewide scholarship competition, held at Cal State Long Beach. The same weekend she also received a 1st place award from the Santa Maria Arts Council’s scholarship contest. In July 2002 she was one of 8 out of 19,000 students selected for the highest ranking in 3-D Art Advanced Placement, (high school classes above honors classes in her senior year) and will have her work displayed on a poster with the other 8 recipients of the award. Karina’s honors reflect the wide acceptance of her ability and style.

She was featured in the September 2002 issue of Southwest Art and the June/July 2003 issue of Art Talk As she looks toward the future she states, "I’d like to be working collaboratively with other artists in anything that would require my skill, but my ideal would just be for me to make art. This is definitely a lifelong journey."

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