Amor pa Otrobanda
by Jhomar Loaiza
|How the mother, as the bearer of the new generation, holds the key with winged statements to drawing in those caught in arrears. Everything that is stuck deserves a somewhat looser approach. Loose ends are bound to be tied together to bend the line of expectation. With creativity, the expectation pattern can be adjusted up or down. The wing nut will have to put its own spin on it. To a certain extent, one will have to take the plunge before spreading one’s wings. The phoenix will rise from the ashes without descending no top, heads up! Thus wings can be regained and connected, generations standing where they did not stand.|
Jhomar Loaiza was born in Coro, Falcón, Venezuela in 1977. Since he was a child he has had artistic tendencies, perhaps influenced by the abilities that he perceived from his parents. He recognizes teacher Ángel Sánchez, resident of La Vela, one of the first people to teach him painting techniques.
Loaiza is defined as a self-taught artist, given that his training during his time at the Tito Salas School of Plastic Arts, was very short in 1996. He has obtained several important painting awards and has been awarded different distinctions for his contribution to the Arts in the Falcón state. He has also represented Venezuela, in countries such as Mexico, Curaçao and Spain. Currently Loaiza has been residing on the Island of Curaçao since 2018, where he has made a significant number of murals in different parts of the country.