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Serie: Inseparable Bond III

Yelitza Diaz
Ugallery 5345199423 UGallery

Ceramic, wood, and acrylic paint on Ceramic New

Painting wraps around edges

Ready to hang

One-of-a-kind

Signed on back

2023

12" h x 12" w x 3" d |2 lbs. 0 oz.

In stock $675

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Artist Yelitza Diaz presents three figures sharing a tender moment as they sit on a ledge. "My beautiful friends and partners have been the driving force behind this series of artworks," says Yelitza. She captures their time spent together, their shared experiences, and the fruits of their collaborations—playing a significant role in her work. Above all, her folks' unwavering support and encouragement fuel her creative process.

Yelitza Diaz

Mauldin, South Carolina

Artist Yelitza Diaz creates sculptural modernist wall pieces where she incorporates ceramic figures. Born in Venezuela, her life has been wrapped in the arts since childhood. She finished her degree at the Arturo Michelena School of Fine Arts, where she grew passionate about the human form. Yelitza devoted her time to her artistic practice and shared her skill as an art teacher in public institutions. She founded a gallery with her husband in her hometown but moved to the United States due to bureaucratic and economic matters. Since then, she has explored human existentialism and the political and social developments of her native country. "My artwork represents the search for peace and emotional balance that we all desire in life," shares Yelitza. She retains a workspace in Venezuela but mainly works at her studio in South Carolina, where she has complete freedom to develop her art. Yelitza’s work has been awarded and recognized by national and international juries. She has also proudly designed the town seal for her native municipality in Venezuela.

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B Rohde purchased this artwork. style="color: #000000;"12/8/2022 | 3:10 PM

Love the piece. Works perfectly in our home among the 65 other original paintings and drawings on our walls. Many positive comments from friends and family visiting over thanksgiving.

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A Bidulka style="color: #000000;"9/2/2018 | 8:40 PM

I have just discovered your work. Of course it is difficult to get a true feeling for a piece online, and all of them look wonderful to me, but U-14 Wavy Red in particular speaks to me. My art budget only stretches so far, but should you ever be having a sale and be willing to sell this piece for $900 please let me know! Congratulations on your fantastic creations.

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W Strelow purchased this artwork. style="color: #000000;"10/23/2017 | 3:50 PM

This is a powerful piece and means so much to both of us as I purchased it for wedding anniversary, and we have both been through so much as a couple. Thank you for creating such a beautiful piece that makes me feel so incredibly good every time I see it!

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Yar purchased this artwork. style="color: #000000;"9/10/2017 | 1:30 PM

I was worried about the safety of the shipment, as this is a fragile piece, but the package arrived packed so well, I was really impressed. It took me a while to unpack it, and when I finally took the artwork out of the box, it looked even better in real life. I love the originality of the piece and how thought provoking it is. It fit beautifully in our living room and matched the decor perfectly. I will definitely consider purchasing more artwork from the same artist in the future.

Yelitza Diaz 8/28/2017 | 10:52 AM

Yelitza Diaz, Venezuelan born artist, September 1973. Since she was a child has been wrapped in the life of the arts. In 1995, she graduated from the arts school Arturo Michelena in Valencia-Venezuela y later attended countless art workshops. Also, she participated in important competitions of Fine Arts at national and international level, where are granted awards and recognition. Also, worked as professor of Art Education and Art History. Some of her artworks are in Important collections in Venezuela, Europe and USA. Passionate about human figure, she makes his sculptures with ceramic techniques with a minimalist-contemporary style, with a clear inclination for human existentialism. With her works she tries to reflect the hope of the universal man, the despair, the most hidden feelings of the human being, the lack of action and reaction, among others. "The human body is in charge of transmitting everything that words do not express" she says. I see myself in the future as a universal artist, recognized and happy to contribute to the world with all the best of myself.

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M Lynch purchased this artwork. style="color: #000000;"9/18/2016 | 3:49 PM

Thanks for a great, thought provoking piece. I see it everyday on my way out of the house. You can start a new day just hanging on, or climbing into it instead!

  • Love the piece. Works perfectly in our home among the 65 other original paintings and drawings on our walls. Many positive comments from friends and family visiting over thanksgiving.

    - B Rohde

    This is a powerful piece and means so much to both of us as I purchased it for wedding anniversary, and we have both been through so much as a couple. Thank you for creating such a beautiful piece that makes me feel so incredibly good every time I see it!

    - W Strelow

    Thanks for a great, thought provoking piece. I see it everyday on my way out of the house. You can start a new day just hanging on, or climbing into it instead!

    - M Lynch

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