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Adelina Moya, born in San Luis Potosí, México, in June-1945, began her interest in art while attending The American School of Puebla, as she discovered early her talent and relative ease in drawing and painting. The love for the plastic arts turned from vocation, to almost obsession as she has explored during fifty years virtually all media and techniques, both as a student and as a teacher. The ample experience allowed her to choose and focus her attention on watercolor, oil and acrylic, tempera, and pointillism.

Adelina Moya

Formal studies at the University of the Americas (UDLA) in Puebla, Mexico as well as private instruction from art masters in Puebla, México City, and Monterrey; have formed the artist she is today, rendering incursion from realistic and figurative artwork, to abstract and contemporary, without limitation to produce sacred art in iconography and pointillism. The motifs and designs spread from still life, landscape, images of Mexican culture, to botanicals, floral, within mixed media.

Ms. Moya's accomplishments include awards and honorable mentions in solo and group exhibitions: México City's National Watercolor Gallery; Puebla's Art District Gallery and Museum; Puebla Municipal Gallery; Monterrey Cultural Plaza; University of Coahuila in Saltillo; University of Monterrey-Campus San Pedro Garza Garcia; University of the Americas in Puebla; Arte Espacio Gallery Monterrey; University of Nuevo Leon - Monterrey; State of Puebla Government Gallery for the Arts. Six Solo Exhibitions include Mexican - North American Institute of Cultural Relations, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon; Rodriguez Alconedo Gallery - Puebla Artist Colony, and the city of Puebla's Art Gallery.

She is the founder of the Angelus Art Worskshop, Puebla, México and a member of the following artistic organizations: Watercolor Artists Association of Puebla, Watercolor Art Society of Houston, Associations of Plastic Arts-San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León, and the Watercolor Association of México City.

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