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Sol is one of those people that you are fortunate to have the opportunity to meet. Her energy and enthusiasm for her artwork is incredible. Sol's work has an intensity that is only paralleled by her interesting life and history. She has traveled the world and studied with a variety of artists, poets and aboriginal tribes. Many of these experiences influenced her art and to Sol it has been her "Search for artistic identity". Sol grew up in Buenos Aires and came from an artistic family. Her great aunt Alfonsina Storni was a renowned Argentinean poet that ended her life at a young age, and remains greatly loved today. The tragedy surrounding this death greatly influenced Sol's artwork, "The image was so strong, it has haunted me since childhood".

Sol's artwork reflects the vitality and spirit that we found while walking through her studio and talking with her about her passion for art and life. We are pleased to share her story and artwork with you.



While in Buenos Aires, we had the opportunity to attend the exhibition 25 Voces de la Democracia (Voices of Democracy) at the Casa de Gobierno. The building is the official seat of the executive branch of the government of Argentina and the offices of the President, and is also referred to as the Casa Rosada (the Pink House). The exhibition represented a collection of local artists in celebration of 25 years of Argentinas democratic life.

The banner at the exhibit read: “Art, like democracy, represents freedom and the possibility to express, which is why thirty-two artists featured from the local scene were selected to symbolize metaphorically through the ballot box, to be worth twenty-five years of democracy”.

We are pleased to share one of these talented artists with you, Sol Storni.


Design Inspiration from Argentina

Sol Storni, our featured artist from Buenos Aires, was pleased to have been featured in an Argentinean design publication. These innovative, striking pieces painted by Sol, shown in 2 separate interiors settings, became the focal point for the designers to build the remainder of the interior surroundings. The groupings combined in this manner enhance the symmetry and balance of the space. The paintings are a combination of bright, vibrant colors and more muted tones. These bright warm colors add accent and warmth to both settings and the neutral base tones assist in grounding and solidifying the color palette.

Elementos Design is pleased to offer several of these paintings on our web gallery, and believe that they would make a perfect inspirational addition to any interior environment.