San Antonio, Texas is home , but I will always be "A Daughter of Brooklyn,". I am a mother of 4, "Nana" of 4, and Fiance to my Best Friend and #1 Fan!
As a woman of color and Puerto Rican heritage, color is in my DNA! My art is a reflection of my true self...raw, rough, eclectic, imperfect, vibrant, complex and unpredictable.
My art explorations started years ago when I was introduced to stained glass by my dear friend Ed Moultrie. I started making jewelry from the remnants of my other projects.
I later moved to paper jewelry. As I started getting more request for jewelry for sale, Milliemade Creations was born!
Since then I've discovered the world of mixed media with all its delicious possibilities and haven't been able to stop creating!
Art has become my WHY, my YES, and my EVERYTHING!
My vision is to create art intuitively, allowing the art to flow from me in a raw and authentic way. Using various mark making techniques, mediums, and materials to create works from my soul for your soul!
Mrs. Matisse (11x14 abstract acryllic on canvas)
Mixed media paintings on canvas, paper, and wood
See contact information below.
See link at top of page for note cards and other available prints
Paper Clay and Fiber Wrapped Dolls
45 & Up
Hand sculpted in paper clay, these dolls art intuitively create to take on their own expressions. They are then collaged or painted using various texturing techniques and tools. Created to be unique and organic by allowing each to just show up!
35 & Up
These dolls are intuitively created with intention and imprinted with my muse's energy and message. Wrapped with various fibers, materials, and embellisments
Handcrafted Jewelry made from upcycled paper, cardboard and canvas
12 & Up
Made from various upcycled papers, cardboard, plastic, and even old canvas from other projects my earrings are lightweight, unique, and fun.
15 & Up
My handcrafted bracelets are made for watercolor paper, hand rolled paper beads, cardboard, and canvas usually upcycled from other projects. As with my earrings, the organic variations and textures make each element unique.