Biography 2017-09-14T20:08:12+00:00

Adry del Rocio, Mexican painter

(Adriana del Rocío García Hernández)

Adry initiates her career as a painter being 4 years old by receiving her first prize in an infantile painting contest. Since then, she has accumulated the great sum of 61 prizes, 29 prizes in a local level, 11 prizes in a national level and additionally 21 international level prizes.

With the prizes economic rewards came such as materials to continue developing her painting work as well as scholarships that allowed her strengthening her career and commitment to her great artistic passion, painting.

At the age of 11, she organizes her first individual exhibition, having to current date 52 individual presentations and 90 collectively presented in various cities of Mexico also the United States, Cuba and Spain.

Her approach to street painting is without a doubt her first outstanding participation in the festival in Mexico  2008. Ever since, she has been invited to exhibit her art in many other festivals aroud the world, like USA, Canada, Colombia, Brasil, Italy, Holland, Germany, Austria, Russia, Sweden, Thailand, China, Unitied Arab Emirates, Latvia, Bulgaria, Denmark, Belgium, England, Israel and in many states of her country.

In 2014 she became Maestra Madonnara, the official title in the most traditional streetpainting contest from Italy.

Within this beautiful artistic expression, she has obtained 16 prizes in Mexico, Italy, Gernany, Denmark, Holland and England.

As an 3D artist, she worked for some companies like Disney, Adidas, Comex (Mexican paint), Barcel (Chips), Dopper, Keen and the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

She participated in the 3D largest Record Guinness in 2014. Sarasota Chalk Festival. Florida, USA.

2010, she organized in her native city, Guadalajara, the first street painting contest “Colores de Jalisco”. As a director and artist not only did she develop works of exhibition in different points of the city but also she organized workshops and offered  talks about  this ephemeral art as well as reuniting 309 artists who expressed their art on Guadalajara´s floor. Colores de Jalisco was a completely success.

2011, she began “Gises por la Paz” (Chalk for Peace) in her city, and 2012 she was invited to organize in the Zoo a new art ephemeral competiton.

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