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Paintings by Fannie Brito
Fannie Brito Reparación 2017 48 x 48 x 3 inches oil, pigments & acrylic on wood board.
Fannie Brito Happy, Why Not 2009 40 x 30 inches
Fannie Brito Makins Sense 2009 pigments and acrylic on masonite
Fannie Brito Atardecer 2009 pigmennts and acrylic 36 x 12 inches
Fannie Brito Deiniendo Emocione 2009 12 x 12 inches
Fannie Brito Ciclo del Glycoseno 2009 pigments and acrylic 4 x 4 feet
Fannie Brito El Beso 2009 pigments and acrylic on masonite 30 x 20 x 3 inches
Fannie Brito Pedacito de mi Corazon 2008 36 x 36 inches
Fannie Brito is an artist and a Medical Doctor with a degree from the Autonomous University of Guadalajara, in Jalisco. Mexico. She also studied History of Art and French in Montreaux, Switzerland. Dr. Brito was born in Carmel, California and grew up with three brothers in Caracas, Venezuela, where her parents were avid art patrons.
Seventeen years ago, Fannie moved to Dallas to raise her three children. In 2000, she decided to follow her true passion and left the health field to study painting with Bob Nunn and photography with Barry Snidow.
She is an active member in the Dallas arts community and has exhibited her work in more than 76 juried shows. She was selected for the inaugural exhibition of the Latino Cultural Center and at The African American museum, both in Dallas. Her studio is in Deep Ellum’s Continental Gin Building.
Fannie teaches painting, photography and 3-D design at Bishop Dunne High School and recently earned certification in Expressive Arts Therapy. She conducts children’s workshops to encourage their creativity and imagination, and she plans to work with troubled adolescents. Fannie is continuing her own education with classes at the University of Dallas.
Fannie Brito believes we are constantly receiving messages from our subconscious. She plays with those forms and colors without explanation. There are many interpretations. As with life, art is always changing and evolving.
E-mail Fannie Brito at firstname.lastname@example.org
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