Inspired by her love for the sea and her many dives around the world (40 countries), "Goddess Of The Sea", is a One-Of-A-kind piece created by Artist Liset Abarca a.k.a. LASAK, Now staying with us at EDA during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
"Goddess Of The Sea"
mixed media on canvas
Dimensions: 51" x 26"
About the Artist
LASAK, Ecuadorian artist born in Guayaquil, passionate about the colors immersed in her peace proposed by fantasy, with the brush, spray or roller becomes its own sym- bolism of strong women who grow in the ground like animals and plants rising to the sky. Grasshoppers occupy a large space in the world of Lasak are her talisman, because they have the ability to jump in time and space where the real mysteries of life exist.
In recent years she has participated in various festivals and events around the world such as: Detornarte - Ecuador, Connecting art - Argentina, Meeting of Favela - Brazil, "Nosotras Estamos en la calle" Peru ARTistLOVE - Spain, Movementarts - Switzerland and ART Neu West - Berlin.
Her work is in countries like Ecuador, Colombia, Agentina, Peru, Brazil, France, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, USA, Germany, Korea, Indonesia, Rusia.
Lasak now focuses on her art-therapy project as a way to rehabilitate people with various disorders and traumas through art, this is a discipline that uses art and visual media as the main channel of communication and applied within the emotional and social welfare in various sectors of the population. Working with the Ministry of Culture of Ecuador and control centers Cancer SOLCA Ecuador.