Isabel Brinck is a mid-career professional contemporary and very prolific visual artist.
Born in Chile in 1965, Isabel is based in Miami since 2003. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from the University of Chile and worked for 10 years under the direction of Jaime Ferrer (2003-2013).
Isabel has been studying, teaching and creating art for the last 30 years and has an active participation in the Miami art scene. Her work has been showcased at solo as well as group exhibitions across America, South America and Europe. Her work is part of private collections in various parts of the world.
Isabel enjoys expressing herself visually, mainly through oil, acrylic and mixed media painting.
She organizes many of her shows through Rubber Stamp Art Projects (Miami) an artists’ run space that she co-owns and directs with another artist (Laura Villarreal).
Isabel has been working constantly and exerted herself in creating a peculiar neofiguration, overflowing with a universe of characters, metaphors and analogies that take us to a world full of spiritual meanings and imagination, inspired by the subconscious, through automatism and where color is the real protagonist.