Mary Carmen Sessions

"Herencia" 48" x 48" Mixed Media

I pursued my education in Graphic Design through international education at Universidad Iberoamericana in Puebla and in the search for new horizons I crossed the border (legally) and spent a year as an undergraduate student at the University of Texas at Austin. The call for crêpes and cabernet sauvignon couldn’t wait any longer so I crossed the Atlantic and “laissez les bon temps rouler” as an International student at l’Ecole Superieure de Commerce in Saint Etienne, France.

Post education, choosing the Alamo City as my hometown I developed and implemented the Public Communications and fundraising department strategy at the Mexican Cultural Institute in San Antonio. I also worked at one of the most recognized advertising agencies in the Hispanic market as an Art Director.

Just as Tex-Mex food, I’m here to stay. I married a good ol’ boy from Texas and I am the proud Momma of two little princesas.

On 2008 my entrepreneurial spirit was untied and I founded Le Reve Design. I have worked with a range of clients including American Cancer Society, TX-Dot, Eva’s Heroes, United Healthcare System, UTSA, Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, Baptist Health System, Zachry Group, San Antonio Council of Drug and Alcohol Abuse amongst others providing both creative and in recent years mostly translation services for large scale projects offering s

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Artist Statement of Work

Tell us about your work (style, approach, philosophy, subject and/or theme):

I would describe my style as versatile in terms of color and technique. I’m comfortable working with both vivid colorful, and monotone palettes. I use these color choices to create a specific mood or effect in each piece while prioritizing aesthetic appeal for a truly one-of-a-kind creation.

As an art alchemist, I love experimenting with different techniques and materials to push the boundaries of traditional art. I often find inspiration in my Mexican background. For me, art is a way to express my innermost thoughts and feelings and to connect with others on a deeper level.

One of my main goals as an artist is to make art accessible and affordable to all and to inspire people to appreciate art and see its value beyond just a decorative piece. I believe that art has the power to transform people's lives and bring a positive change in everyone’s life. Everyone should have the opportunity to experience the transformative power of art.

Through my art, I hope to create a world where art is not just a luxury but an essential part of life. I want to create a space where people can connect, share their experiences, and find common ground.

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