695 E. Main St.
Combination of herbal, plant and flowers in harmony with the body.
Ema's Herbs believes that there is no separation of mind, body, and emotions. Thoughts, attitudes, and belief systems have an enormous impact on your physical well-being. Conversely, if your body is ailing, your mental health will be compromised. Through herbs, natural and healthy remedies we believe that we can re-balance the body.
Our perspective embraces both modern and folk medicinal approaches; after all, herbs were the first medicine used by people to detoxify, cleanse, nourish, calm and ease their discomforts.
The artist have combined these messages into art that can be fully realized and represented by a physical form. An eclectic interpretation of Ema's Herbs message.
About the Artists
4999 Norway Drive, Ventura, California, 93001
Phone: (805) 689-7739 E-Mail: email@example.com
Vanessa Wallace-Gonzales was born in Santa Barbara, California on April 24, 1992. At the age of ten she moved to Ventura, California with her mother, grandmother, and brother. In a sunny beach area with a predominantly Hispanic population, Wallace-Gonzales was greatly influenced by the vibrant and warm culture at a young age. She has carried this through attendance at the Maryland Institute College of Art as well as through exhibitions in Ventura, California, and Baltimore, Maryland. Now Vanessa is exploring the expanses of the human body with other organic elements such as plants and animals, by using a vibrant color palette in order to convey the synergetic relationship we have with nature.
63 El Medio Street, Ventura, CA 93001
Phone: (805)229-9019 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Isabella Morones is an artist and musician working and living out of her home town of Ventura, CA. She attended Ventura College for two years and then transferred to Maryland Institute College of Art for one year. Her education allowed her to gain a myriad of perspectives as to why individuals make art and the different ways it is possible to do so. Though she has experience working with traditional mediums (such as paint, pencil, charcoal, collage and mixed media), her latest work is exclusively digital. The color palette available to her through this medium is an important part of her experience and expression. She often documents human interaction and uses her own personal interactions as an influence in her work. Art, for her, becomes a means of examination, introspection and acceptance of herself as an artist and as an individual.