About Gabby Avalos
My deepest desire is to connect with you. To transform you through my art. My art is colorful, vibrant and powerful. You will feel empowered. Using bold color, I express that we are all full of powerful purpose. We as human beings crave deep relationships which heal & transform us. This is the heart of my Art
Gabby Avalos is a passionate professional artist, inspirational speaker, and poetic writer. She is the Founder and President of Avalos Fine Art L.L.C. Gabby has a Mastery of Arts from the Milan Art Institute. In her first year as a professional artist, Gabby sold 52 paintings. In this past year 2020, she sold 59 original paintings. She writes unique poems for every painting. Her inspiration behind her art, speeches, and writing is to move people to love more, connect often, and pursue healing. She is a kind and encouraging artist ready to change the world one painting, one speech, and one poem at a time. Her work is in collections in Japan, USA, Mexico, Costa Rica and Spain. Gabby has exhibited her artwork in galleries and exhibits in Mexico, Argentina, Ecuador, Japan, United States, and all over the world in different in-person and virtual exhibits.
Gabby is incredibly prolific artist in Gilbert, Arizona. She really enjoys painting with bold colors and making expressive brushstrokes. Gabby has her own unique style that she has developed, mastered and improves upon daily. She uses all different mediums to complete her art, but really enjoys inks as well as working with oil paint. One of her favorite subject matters to paint is Betta Fish because of how small they are and at the same time incredibly beautiful. Gabby has a unique meaning behind all of her work and loves to encourage people to find their own meaning as well. She delights in hearing others interpretation of her art. Gabby is currently working on a couple different series for new exhibits in 2021. She is also open to commissions. Feel free to reach out to Gabby via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the connect button at the bottom.
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