terça-feira, 17 de dezembro de 2019




Teresa Cristina Della Monica Kodama, a self-taught artist who has since her childhood discovered her passion for color, the practice of painting and drawing, strongly encouraged by her parents.

The Artist Teresa Kodama open doors of your new art space at São Paulo - Brazil



Divine Inspiration and Solidarity. Della Monica Kodama is a project devised by Teresa Cristina Della Monica Kodama, a self-taught artist who has since her childhood discovered her passion for colors, the practice of painting and drawing, strongly encouraged by her parents.

Teresa grew up admiring the paintings, drawings and sculptures of her uncle Virgilio Della Monica, who was a doctor, draftsman, painter and self-taught.

At the end of each year, Teresa received a pencil case from her other uncle, Lindoro.

This fueled their creativity and passion for the whole art form, especially the art of drawing and painting. Her cousin Affonso also always supported her.

Divine Inspiration and Solidarity

Already in her adult life, Teresa pursued a career in public administration and served as State Attorney, Counselor of the State Council of Women's Status and also served as a member of various committees of the Brazilian Bar.

She ended her professional career as coordinator of the São Paulo State Policy Coordination Office of the Secretariat of Justice and Citizenship Defense.



Due to her professional career and also her dedication to her husband and two daughters, Teresa had given time for her passion for the fine arts. But after her retirement, Teresa's artist side would be awakened once again and again begin to express her impressions and feelings through her works, with intense encouragement from her family.

THE BIRTH OF THE SPAZIO DELLA MONICA KODAMA PROJECT

After retiring from her career in public administration, Teresa decided to devote herself to painting paintings on canvas and papyrus, creating drawings and paper paintings for drawing, making mockups, drawing and painting in ceramics, and also The idea arose to portray his arts in pieces of clothing such as t-shirts, scarves, skirts, dresses and sarongs.




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