Paintings: Talented & Beautiful Carla Baratta

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Carla Baratta has many paintings. Also, she is an actress and a model currently in the role of Adelita on Mayans MC on FX channel Monday nights. Because though, painting is a passion, her career currently focuses on acting. Furthermore, we will be seeing a lot of this beautiful lady.

Paintings

Most of her work is done with oil paintings on canvas.

What she shows through it is creative, magical, and even exciting.

Especially when you get to see characters that most of us know just right there.

Looking at you with eyes filled with so much life.

 

“I still don’t know if I’m the one who gives them life or if it’s them who give ME life… painting is as essential in my life as breathing, I may have colors in my lungs instead of air…”

She also has really interesting pieces made with rapidograph on paper, described by her as “customized Zandalas”.

A Zendala is the combination of Zentangles and the mandala circle. This hybrid allows creativity to flow in a much more powerful and free way.

“Who gives them life or if it’s them who give ME life… painting is as essential in my life as breathing, I may have colors in my lungs instead of air…”.

“La nobleza de los grandes. Nueva Pieza”

Interpretive Life

El arte, siempre tendiéndome su mano… 🌟 Art, always reaching out to me… “

Esperanza

Eyes of the World

El Agua

“Injusticias”

“Evolucion”

 

“Guerrero de luz”

“Familia”

“Venezuela”

This Venezuelan actress is quickly becoming known for the powerful, multidimensional female characters she brings life to on screen. In 2018, she made her U.S. television debut in Mayans M.C.. For that reason, her paintings will most definitely, become more popular to any collector’s!

Races

 Raices by Carla Baratta Sarcinelli

Collections of Paintings

Although Carla Baratta loved studying the planning and design that encompassed architecture, she often traveled to Caracas (one of the largest cities in Venezuela) to further hone her craft in acting.

Hence, Before making the move to Los Angeles, Baratta lived and worked as an architect and painter in Barcelona, Malaysia, and Caracas.