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Elsie Deliz

Elsie Deliz is a Puerto Rican born mixed media artist and jewelry designer. She gets her artistic influences from nature and the environment. Her use of mixed media techniques allows her to experiment and to create a variety of free form art pieces.

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Career

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Elsie graduated from the High School of Art and Design and studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology.

She has exhibited in various galleries in NYC and also at the Museo de la Historia de Ponce.

She is an Artist in Residence at The Red Oak in New York. She is a member of Taller Boricua Printmaking Workshop and Prida.

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Print Making

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Material Treasures

Elsie, through her work, shows us the mistake in limiting ourselves by exploring all possibilities.

Create Limitless Possibilities

She is not afraid to incorporate recycled cardboard, fabric, bottle caps, beads, feathers, and more in her artwork. What one may consider useless materials, Elsie considers treasure.

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“I am easily inspired by flowers, fruits, birds, and amazing landscapes when I am in Puerto Rico. Nature is the force that motivates me to create my mixed media art and jewelry design.”
Elsie Deliz

Los Días De Los Tres Reyes (Three Kings Day)

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Recycled

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One of the most festive holidays celebrated in Puerto Rico is Los Días De Los Tres Reyes (Three Kings Day) The holiday that falls on January 6 represents the day the Three Wise Men gave gifts to the newborn king born in Bethlehem, Jesus Christ. I take pride when I share in my exhibits that this mixed media art collection is created with recycled materials.

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From the artist

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“If we don’t take a chance to experiment with different textures, colors, and shapes, then we may miss the outcome of creating something wonderful.”

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- Elsie Deliz

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From the artist

2 (17)

“If we don’t take a chance to experiment with different textures, colors, and shapes, then we may miss the outcome of creating something wonderful.”

1 (7)

- Elsie Deliz

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