fashion illustration

Art Around the world

A year living in Europe warmed my heart and opened my eyes into an alternate lifestyle quite different to what I was used to. It seemed my days were geared towards pleasure and enjoyment, with "work" creeping into the crevices of the hours. I am not saying that hard work is not implemented into the day-to-day life in Europe, but rather that work itself is handled with care and love. I was able to witness first hand what it means to "work to live, not live to work". In those fleeting and wonderful moments in Madrid and travels around the globe, I gained 

As I reminisce, I want to share with you a trio of paintings I created exclusively for KIS Interior Design. The paintings captured just a few of the client's favorite European destinations including London, Barcelona, and Rome. The style of the paintings alludes to fashion illustrations, with clean and crisp lines. Overall, the palette is kept simple and focuses entirely on the composition telling the story of a young girl on her journey  to self-discovery. 

Madrid to Miami

Today marks two weeks since I moved back to Miami after a brilliant journey in Madrid. As most incredible things in life go, everything happened suddenly, unexpectedly, and it has ignited a fire of excitement within me. After a little over a year living in Spain, I am back in the Miami jungle with a novel worth of ideas. 

I look forward to creating, developing, and sharing unique art with you that will share my story and pass along the inspiration. Determined for a new studio, new projects, and new art. 

Ready, set...go

Click here to purchase a large print of Wild West, original piece for WeWoreWhat. 

Interview with Shoerazzi

I had the pleasure to be interviewed by one of the most influential publications for my work, Shoerazzi. For many years, I have used the site to view new collections, research on emerging designers, and satisfy my obsession with shoes. This time, the article features my work as an illustrator and an insight into my life. Questions dive into my inspirations, favorite designers, artistic hurdles, future plans, and more. Click here to read the full Q&A, Interview with Artist and Designer Gloria Hernando

La Peccata Minuta | Nudist Song Illustration

Nudist Song: La Respuesta al Zapato Perfecto

Above is the illustration I created for La Peccata Minuta of the Nudist Sandal by Stuart Weitzman. Maria Conchita Arcala, author and creator of La Peccata Minuta, held a discussion with her audience wether they prefer to invest in a statement piece, such as a Charlotte Olympia style, or something more simple, such as the Nudist by Stuart Weitzman. The majority explained that they rather spend the mullah on a simple, versatile, and more comfortable piece. 

The article, Nudist Song: La Respuesta al Zapato Perfecto (The Answer to the Perfect Heel) goes into detail on the factors that make a pair such as the Nudist Song so desirable amongst celebrities and its fans. Apart from its clean lines and assortment of available materials, the Nudist heel is indeed comfortable for long wear and flattering on all types of feet. In conclusion, this simple pair checks off all the boxes and is well worth the investment. 

Click here to read the full Nudist Song Article