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Gaby Mojica is a working Indianapolis artist with a Fine Arts degree. She likes to experiment with different mediums but tends to focus on charcoal portrait drawings and oil-based paintings. Her artwork is a mix of fantasy, illusions, and reality, each with special attention to detail that brings the viewer to experience a unique story with every piece. The stories of her pieces display a personal narrative or an activist approach. She loves nature and her pieces often portray a natural element
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Artist Style: Visual: Conceptual, Contemporary, Dream Imagery/Ethereal, Environmental, Ethnic, Experimental, Expressionistic, Figurative, Focus on Color/Light/Movement, Functional, Gold Leaf
About My Work:
Gaby Mojica is one of the artists who took part in the first-ever Indy Mural Fest 2019 having her own art be displayed on the walls of the city of Indianapolis. She constantly participates in art expositions around Indianapolis, Fishers, Danville, and Kokomo.
She volunteers her time as a member of the Indianapolis Undocumented Youth Alliance (IUYA) Art Show Committee, where she helps organize art shows that raise funds for undocumented college students. She also helps organize the Wayne Township School District’s biennial art show titled, Arts Alive.
Gaby Mojica is an artist member of two permanent art installations specially created for the North Community Hospital “A Piece of Our Heart” 2017 and “Seasons of Love” 2018. While in college she received the Best Advanced Student Award and the Departmental Award in the Annual Juried Student Art Show.
Fine Arts Associates Degree
- Best Advanced Student Award
- Departmental Award
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