Public Sculptures by Patricia Cazorla seen at Joyce Kilmer Park, Bronx, Bronx - Flying High for Equality
Public Sculptures by Patricia Cazorla seen at Joyce Kilmer Park, Bronx, Bronx - Flying High for Equality
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Item Flying High for Equality
Created by Patricia Cazorla
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Society's ongoing struggle for equality was the theme for creating these fanciful flock of vibrant oversized sparrows. Titled Flying High for Equality, this installation found at Joyce Kilmer Park, Bronx was a collaboration between talented Venezuelan artists Patricia Cazorla and Nancy Saleme. Patricia was responsible for painting these sparrows with vibrant colors.

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Patricia Cazorla

Patricia Cazorla

New York, NY

"My work has consisted of figurative drawings and paintings. In the line of paintings, there are portraits of women at all stages in life: women that surround me and inspire me to render in my work a permanent aspect of fleeting concepts such as life, age, culture, beauty and gender. Although I also work in acrylics and watercolors, I find oil paint the most fascinating medium to use. For instance, the richness of its texture helps me express sensuality in a portrait of a woman or I can achieve the thinnest transparency to indicate fragility and delicacy."

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