Krytzia is a Mexican artist who is influenced by her international background. Her art transfers her passion for nature through texture and movement.
Krytzia likes to evoke the elements and integrate them to her work. It is not surprising to find sand, earth, leaves and debris in her paintings. She has found Northern California a source of inspiration reflected on the bright light, crisp colors and the transparency of water and wind. This duality of strength-frailty and abundance- scarcity motivates her to transmit that feeling and connect with the viewer.
She is influenced by artists like Anselm Kiefer, Adrian Pujol, Beth Allison, Jackson Pollock but also by the great works of art from the past and the bright colors in pigments and in nature.
Her artwork will be on view from January through April 2018 at the Peninsula Museum of Art.