Ida Y. Robles

Born in 1969 in Long Branch, NJ, currently living in Florida, Ida is a self-taught artist with influences as diverse as Frida Kahlo, Scott Rohlfs, Anja Van Herle, Jeremy Worst, Albertus Joseph and Brian Viveros, just to name a few. She is a mother, a wife and a homemaker. She currently, only works with acrylic and canvas mediums. Her style has a figurative and portrait expression, a cultural flair and a strong graphic quality with focus on beauty and colors. She has participated in a few art shows at the Orlando Museum of Art in Orlando, FL., and a few art shows at Osceola Arts in Kissimmee, FL. She hopes to one day have a solo art show.
In 2004 I became fascinated with art, I began with just drawing and in 2013 I began to paint. My art style is contemporary and cultural.
I don’t have a specific study that I portray in my Art, I paint what inspires me in the moment, which in most part is the multitude of beauty and color that lives through my people. Puerto Ricans are of three ethnicities, Taino Arawak Indian, African and European. I embrace who I am and my culture and I portray that in my art, color has no boundaries. ?I will always thrive to be known as a great mother, wife, daughter and sister and to be recognized for the love and passion I have for Art and Poetry.

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