Hi friends! I'm Laura Greco, multidisciplinary artist with high addiction to art and literature, mainly in addition to to coffee :)
Regarding fine arts, surrealism in oil or acrylic on canvas is my basic and main artistic style, although my first love was the abstract, and I frequently get into it again without being able to avoid it ... Illustrations, on the other hand, tempera on paper or digital art, are my everyday work at this moment either in realistic style or cartoons. I've worked for more than 20 years in different areas such as books, postcards, calendars and any sector in which illustrations are needed . That is why I have the habit of dividing my works into artistic and commercial works, since by force of being sincere although art is represented in many ways, personally, illustrations tend to be more to the taste of the client than the artist, however, I would not do something I did not like.
Regarding literature, writing novels is my passion and I constantly work on it, you can see some of my works in the corresponding tab. In general, I suppose that by my journalistic training and my Social Sciences studies, I manage to integrate in all cases some analysis, social or human criticism in each of my works, even in those that, at first glance, seem of lighter reading.
Photography has always been a passion as well, although unfortunately time is too limited to do everything we like in life, so I only do it when I consider that what I can capture with the camera really worth. My most important work and which includes the literary work has been the feature film "The Nameless Foreigner" (La Extranjera sin Nombre), based on the same tittled novel, in which I have been in charge of photography, direction and script.
Both artistic works, illustrations and photographs are sold printed in products such as posters, canvas prints (with or without frame) and many others for fashion and home decoration, which can be seen in detail in the purchase tab.
There may be many things to say, but works always speak more and better for themselves than words.