Ana Regina Garcia
It is a great honor to introduce the very talented Cuban artist Ana Regina Garcia. Her collection of women portraits “All Women Who I am” captivates the audience with bold colors, fantastic line work and intricate details.
Can you introduce yourself? Are you a full time artist?
My name is Ana Regina, I am a graphic designer and NFT artist, I am currently working in the women's fashion magazine Smoda for El Pais newspaper.
How did you get into arts? Is it something you've been doing all your life?
I have always drawn, I remember drawing all the time, spending many hours between paints and papers creating. Since I was very little I told my parents that I wanted to be a painter, somehow I felt that I could express myself through painting.
What inspires you?
I am very inspired by my emotions, whenever I feel a lot of happiness or sadness I channel what I feel by painting. I think it's my way of communicating with my inner self, through illustration I understand myself better.
How did you hear about the NFT industry? What/who got you into it?
I started to be part of the NFT space because of a friend who told me about this whole movement. I am grateful because it has opened a door to my creative freedom.
What opportunities the NFT space brought you so far, what are your future expectations?
I hope that the space will continue to give me the creative freedom I have always sought. I also believe that the NFT has given digital art a value that it did not have before and that is very important for me.
Can you share some female NFT artists you love?
I love the work of @chelsyescalona @GabrielaChangM2 @AncizarJen @Art_DayMunoz @AMugia @LauraThorrez
Rapid fire questions:
What is the best movie ever?
Irreversible Gaspar Noe
La milla Verde de Frank Darabont
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind de Michel Gondry
Who do you text the most?
I send a lot of text messages to @MondejaC
What was your favorite subject in school?
I loved mathematics
Have you ever lived abroad?
I am currently living abroad. I am Cuban and live in Spain.
Do you have any heroes?
I don't like leaders or heroes, they create too many unnecessary expectations.