Interview with Heloisa Castro

As a continuation of the “chain-survey” started by Jo O’Brien, I have interviewed Heloisa Castro, a Brazilian artist, whose form of art is digital painting.

Sarah – How does being a creative person and pursuing your creativity affect other aspects of your life?

Heloisa – That is a quite delicate situation. When I make painting for computer, be creating or painting, I forget about the time and my husband becomes quite upset. Sometimes, when I stop to do another different thing I get lost already in my own composition. It is a madness.

Sarah – Tell us about one person or moment that has made your time on redbubble particularly special or meaningful

Heloisa – For me a very special moment in Red Bubbel was when Helen Bascon bought one of my works (HC 10 Flores 2). Suddenly I was looking at the new works when I saw my work. I don’t know well was photographed (buyer!s booth). I only know that it was beautiful. It was, for me, a homage that she left me quite excited. She spoke about my work and she still made a link for my page. On that day I cried of so much emotion.

Sarah – Show & tell us about five works on redbubble that have moved or inspired you.

Heloisa – Instead of mentioning five works I will indicate my teacher’s page in Red Bubble. Her name is Michelle Behar. It is the reason for wihch I am here in Red Bubble. Each work of Michelle Behar inspires me to never give up in the difficult moments of the painting for computer. They are works done by a professional that they show wealth and softness of colors and texture, She dominates the oil techniques very well, watercolor, airbrush, acrylic, among others. Besides being an excellent advisor.

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