Andrea Facusse

Andrea Facusse is a Honduran-American visual artist. Her artistic skills encompass a wide range of mediums, including 2D acrylic and oil paintings, murals, and installation artwork. Facusse is mainly self-taught, however, she studied art theory and painting practice with Venezuelan artist Geula Zylberman. Andrea is a well-respected artist in Palm Beach and is currently in her fourth year of residency in Pineapple Grove at the Arts Warehouse in Delray Beach, Florida.

Andrea’s artwork has been displayed in numerous galleries throughout Palm Beach County, including the Cultural Council of Palm Beach, Boca Raton Innovation Campus, Arts Warehouse, and more. Her creative pieces have caught the attention of various media outlets, including Boca Raton Magazine, where her work was featured, and La Primera 104.1 FM, where she participated in a live Spanish radio interview. In addition, PBS South Florida also did an excerpt about her work.

Facusse’s art often reflects on mental health, environmental disruption, gender inequity and social inequalities. She uses her platform as an artist to raise awareness and open dialogue to these different pressing issues facing our world today. For example, her series featuring endangered species highlights the urgent need for conservation efforts to protect these animals and their habitats. Similarly, her work exploring mental health encourages viewers to reflect on their own experiences and the importance of addressing mental health issues in society.

Overall, Andrea Facusse’s art is a powerful expression of her commitment to bring awareness to various pressing world issues. Andrea is an accomplished artist whose exceptional talent has earned her a significant following and a well-deserved place within the contemporary art community.

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“Art is not what you see but what you make others see.” ~ Edgar Degas

Andrea Facusse - artist