"There is something powerful and intriguing about this artist’s work that prompts us to delve into her work from the first glance. Perhaps it is the glimpse of an internal symbology that invites you to travel the thresholds of your personal universe and to discover, through its cartography, the achievements of the subjective transformation that makes art visible."
Florencia Aise was born in Mendoza (Argentina) in 1983. She toured different ateliers of colleagues, from whom she learned the different techniques and styles, to work with tones and textures. At 16, Florence adopted oil, her favorite technique. Now, with the maturation achieved in a journey of almost 20 years, which included obtaining a university degree in Industrial Design UNCUYO, Aise is focused on portraying the beauty of small things. It is the maxim of her works of hyperrealism, in which her careful and faithful drawing comes to question the identity of the real model. Her meticulous work has allowed her to exhibit in destinations such as Rome, New York, and Art Basel Week in Miami. The Argentine edition of Forbes magazine mentioned her as one of the most promising young women, under 35, in Argentina. While working day to day to fulfill such an expectation, she continues to market in both the U.S. and Argentina.