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Vibrant Drawings by Beatriz RamoBeatriz a.k.a.naranjalidad is a...

Vibrant Drawings by Beatriz Ramo

Beatriz a.k.a.naranjalidad is a 26-year old, Spanish artist and architect with a passion for portraiture. Born in Alicante, he decided to move to Madrid to study architecture. Naranjalidad translates into “orangeness” a word she feels manifests the inner being of the orange, just as her work captures the true nature and inner being of its subject. Find her on Instagram and Twitter or buy prints in her Etsy shop

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