The message behind a painted wall transcends the art itself and speaks of a place, a time, and a people. Daniela de Castro Sucre is a multimedia visual artist from Caracas, Venezuela. In her talk, she discusses how public art is a reflection of its environment, and how it can empower and connect the members of a community. She tells a story of public art as a form of protest, and shares her own journey as a muralist and how she has found purpose through painting large-scale art. Born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, Daniela de Castro Sucre is a multi- media artist that is passionate about the power of art and the messages and emotions it can convey to the viewer. She was classically trained in realistic oil painting, and is currently finishing her degree in Graphic Design. Daniela has lived in different cities and countries, and aims to bring a multicultural viewpoint through her art. A lover of street and public art, Daniela has painted several murals in Pensacola and Miami, and is also a business owner. She has experience in a variety of mediums, including printmaking, photography, and a range of wet and dry media. Her latest works of art have a contemplative quality to them, and use both realism and abstract painting to share feelings and ideas. She currently lives and works in Pensacola, Florida, where she is focused on creative projects that involve public art and create a connection with the community. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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