Carla Fache is a chilean born, Miami-based visual artist who explores through her paintings the frontiers of color, space, balance and matter.
Her work unfolds the juncture of different scenarios occurring simultaneously in parallel realities, providing interconnected timelines through her canvas, as portals to new dimensions.
Color is essential in Fache’s work; she explores its infinite combinations and balance through careful blending, re- contextualizing it coexistence creating new perspectives.
Her work addresses mind, heart and soul through an endless exchange of invisible vibrations, incentivizing the senses and inviting the viewer to immerse in this experience without conscious reasoning.
Fache’s paintings have been widely recognized for their energy and power. Her command of color and texture, creates a distinctive language to reveal powerful links with higher dimensions, allowing the viewer to visit through her canvas, these new timeless realities.
“...My imagination travels to unknown existing dimensions that I describe through a process of layering. When I paint, I feel connected with a higher power guiding me to describe these visions with colors and textures. Thin layers that reveal parallel timelines that permanently coexist in the human subconsciousness”
Her more recent exhibitions include: Fondazione Giorgio Cini di Venezia, Locus Projects, Florida Museum for Women Artists, Celeste Prize at The Invisible Dog Art Center, New York, Armory Art Center, Palm Beach, Cambridge Art Association, Boston and All- Media Juried Biennial Art and Culture Center of Hollywood. Some of the places where her work has been exhibited are: Cisneros Fontanels Arts Foundation, The Bass Museum of Art, Deering Estate at Cutler, Lowe Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art and Coral Gables Museum to mention a few.
Fache’s work has been included in many publications, such as: “Celeste Prize International Book 2011” New York, “New York Art Collectors Book” NY, “Five centuries of Art” LA, “Libro de Arte Ibero Americano Contemporaneo” Argentina, “Studio Visit Magazine” New American Paintings, Ojo Andino Book Chile Luciano Benetton Collection, Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald, Knight Arts, Miami New Times, SunPost, Sun-Sentinel among others. Her work is included in important private and corporate collections. Since 2011 she is based at the Fountainhead Residency Studio Program, when she has her Studio.