Art Gallery

 

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“When I first saw the painting, I knew that it needed to be hers. She already lives and ministers in north Louisiana which is a really hard and isolating place for any Brown woman! But on top of that she is going through a hard time in ministry where she is explicitly being silenced. I cannot tell you how empowering it will be for her to have this painting to remind her that she has a right to be exactly who she is and to live into her power in her context.” – “Brown Girl Speaking” purchaser

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AnaYelsi’s passion for liberating justice work often seeps into her creative endeavors – resulting in art that provides a commentary on human nature with a focus on identity and the pursuit of social justice. She is self-taught and has been painting professionally for nearly a decade. Her work has been showcased in places like Orlando City Hall and in galleries such as CityArts Factory. She has also been featured in multi-artist shows in both Washington, DC and Orlando, FL.

Want to commission a painting? Please visit this link to learn more about the process and send all inquiries to anayelsi@browneyedamazon.com

 

 

Purchasing A Print

Interested in purchasing a print? Send an email or complete the contact section below.

Prints are made on matte and lustre papers using Epson Ultrachrome HDR inks and an Epson Stylus Pro 9900 printer.

*Certain prints may be available in limited sizes. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Accepted forms of payment: Venmo, paypal, Cashapp

Print Pricing (inquire about bundle pricing):

5×7: $16

8×10: $22

11×14: $36

16×20: $49

18×24: $69

20×20: $82

20×24: $96

Please note that AnaYelsi Velasco-Sanchez retains all rights to her artwork.  Purchasers have the right to display the artwork in their home or business. Artwork may not be resold or reproduced for profit in any way without the artist’s written permission.

Click on a painting for size, price, artist description, and a closer view

Media Coverage

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“People inspire me. I don’t think they realize how truly amazing they are and I love watching the way the people around me interact and express themselves. I love those special moments when I see “average” people be inspiring in their own unique way. It’s beautiful.” – AnaYelsi Velasco-Sanchez

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