Andrea Flores

Andrea Flores

Andrea Flores was bom in Osorno Chile in 1975. She showed interest in arts at a very young age. She enjoyed participating in school workshops and won first place in the regional pictorial contest known as "The Environment." By then, she had already had collective shows and later opened "Torre Tintoretto" in Pto. Varas, Chile, a very successful art gallery.

Andrea's motivation took her much further which led her to Mexico in 1998. In San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, she studied painting with Margarette Dawit, Carmen Cereceda, Keith Keller and at the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes. In México City she studied with the artist Rigel Herrera.

Ms. Flores is one of the founders of the creative design company now called "Finca Home", where she collaborated with the fírst decorative designs. During 2002 she worked in the transference of a mural, from canvas to the wall, by the well known artist Carmen Cereceda in the lobby of the Angela Peralta Theater, in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

Andrea Flores has had several solo and collective shows in both México and Chile.