Haydee Torres
Sunrise, Florida

Haydee Torres describes herself as persistent, passionate and maybe a little obsessive. A lot of her work is based on improvisation and she loves to see how her art evolves over a period of time. Everything from fashion to music to textures serve as her inspiration. She enjoys hearing the stories that viewers make up when they encounter her pieces. Haydee currently lives in Florida. Fun fact: she loves watching horror, science fiction, and superhero movies.

Artist and Customer Comments

Haydee Torres 10/4/2014 | 1:42 PM

Hi Charles: I am so glad that you are happy with the drawing. The drawing is already sealed. Do not spray anymore products on it, they can very easily damage the look of the work. It has happened to me before, so I'm speaking from experience. I use a hair dryer on cool setting and the lowest intensity setting to clean the drawings. You just want to blow off any dust that has accumulated on the surface. To clean the sides, I just wipe them down gently with a dry cloth. I hope that helps and please let me know if you have any other concerns or questions. Best, HT

C Broquard 10/4/2014 | 12:17 PM

Hi Haydee, We purchased Aurora which we think is prefect for our bedroom. Do we need to spray it with a fixative before we hang it?

Haydee Torres 5/25/2014 | 5:08 PM

Thank you so much for your comment! It is a great motivation for me that you think so highly of my work. I'm so glad that my painting exceeded your expectations and that Samantha was able to be so helpful during the process. Thanks again and I hope you continue to enjoy your purchase :)

J Brown 5/22/2014 | 8:58 PM

Samantha at UGallery said, as amazing as "Jenny" comes across on the website, it was more spectacular in person -- and we are truly awestruck. Samantha so acurately described the richness of the colors and how your use of gloss brought even more depth. Thank you for sharing your amazing talent.

Haydee Torres 2/26/2014 | 1:49 AM

Thanks J. :) 2/25/2014 | 10:46 AM

Haydee, I am a new self taught artist love your work.

Haydee Torres 2/22/2014 | 11:07 AM

Hi Ellen:Thank you so much for the compliments. To be frank with you I have seen the gallery at Town Center but I have not been inside. I also love meeting other artists, maybe we could sit down for coffee one day?

E Sparer 2/21/2014 | 6:20 PM

I love your faces, I am an artist in Weston, Florida as well...I do large abstract faces also..if you go to town center in weston you can see them in the gallery next to star bucks. let me know what you think , always like to meet fellow artists. Ellen Sparer

Haydee Torres 12/6/2013 | 12:41 AM

Thank you for your kind words, reviews like this motivate me to continue producing work. Glad you enjoyed the piece.

commentsAt the End of the Day
don purchased this artwork. 12/4/2013 | 2:36 PM

Intense, evocative, and questioning all t the same time

Haydee Torres 6/17/2013 | 10:13 PM

Haydee Torres 12/24/2012 | 10:54 AM

Thanks Jennifer!

jennifer254 12/23/2012 | 3:59 PM


A Moment in Time

Acrylic painting on stretched canvas
Signed on front and back

48" h x 24" w x 1.5" d
7 lbs. 0 oz.


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This painting is on a gallery wrapped canvas with finished black edges. It comes varnished and wired to hang.

Acrylic painting

Acrylic paint was made commercially available in the 1950’s. Acrylic is a fast drying paint that can be diluted with water, but becomes water-resistant when dry. Acrylics can be applied in thin layers and washes to resemble watercolor paints, or they can be applied in thick layers, built up for texture. The main difference between oil and acrylic paint is the drying time. Oil dries slowly, allowing more time to blend colors and apply glazes. Artists who use acrylic paints typically work faster than those who use oils. Additionally, acrylics offer more versatility and are often used for mixed media work. Artists can mix different materials into the paint, such as sand or rice. They can also apply other media on top of the dried acrylic, such as pastel or pen.

Stretched canvas

Canvas is a heavy-duty fabric used as a painting surface. When a canvas artwork is labeled stretched, it means the canvas has been wrapped around a wooden frame (the ''stretcher''). Stretched canvases typically do not require framing.


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