Revealing Struggles and Joy, Expressive Portraits Are Superimposed onto Watercolor Foliage

Artist Angela Maria Sierra, also known as Riso Chan based in Amsterdam. An artist and creative teacher She grew up in an artistic environment, Her mother being a sculptor, which inspired Angela to explore creativity from an early age. Angela believe that portraits can be a very powerful way to express emotions and human beauty. It is a language on its own, that doesn’t use words to communicate.

Every portrait drawn by Angela connect us with nature elements, also reflect the feelings of joy and sorrow of human souls.

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“Being true to your nature II”


Left: “Turning on the lights inside.” Right: “Being true to your nature I”

“New Path”

“Toxic home”


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