Posted on: June 20, 2017

Crain Art Gallery: Olivia Hernandez


Olivia’s paintings are about stages of experiences she’s had ‘being’ in nature over the years. Her paintings reflect striking moments and observations of nature. “Its hard to pass by an especially beautiful scene and not take up my hands to frame it for a future painting”. Olivia discovered her love of nature in Hawaii. Her “Haleakala” painting reflects the overwhelming sense of freedom and vast openness Hawaii offers. Her painting of “The Happy Camper” reflects her discovery of the Sierras and her time hiking with the Sierra Club. Her paintings of our local foothills such as Eaton Canyon and mountain desert terrain, reflect her discovery of nature right in her own back yard of Pasadena. Olivia continues to paint in her studio in the Los Angeles National Forest where she has made nature her permanent home.

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