Botanic
(1 Variation)

Enchanted Forest
(1 Variation)

Cherry Tree 
(1 Variation)

Blue Heron 
(1 Variation)

Africa 
(1 Variation)

Lake Of The Flamencos
(1 Variation)

 

The Artist


Flor Chedufau is a muralist who studied scenery and costumes, and took several courses at the Colón theater (one of the main theater in the world). She started painting, on large surfaces, two years ago and it has since been something she is passionate about doing.

Capturing a painting in the immensity of a wall and seeing how the space gradually fills up is fascinating for her. Murals fill the spaces, complete them. Nature is her main inspiration and she love to represent its colors, depth and movement. 

“I want my murals to be like opening windows to new spaces of contemplation representing nature and leaving my mark in each place …”


 

The Artist


Flor Chedufau is a muralist who studied scenery and costumes, and took several courses at the Colón theater (one of the main theater in the world). She started painting, on large surfaces, two years ago and it has since been something she is passionate about doing.

Capturing a painting in the immensity of a wall and seeing how the space gradually fills up is fascinating for her. Murals fill the spaces, complete them. Nature is her main inspiration and she love to represent its colors, depth and movement. 

“I want my murals to be like opening windows to new spaces of contemplation representing nature and leaving my mark in each place …”


 

The Artist


Flor Chedufau is a muralist who studied scenery and costumes, and took several courses at the Colón theater (one of the main theater in the world). She started painting, on large surfaces, two years ago and it has since been something she is passionate about doing.

Capturing a painting in the immensity of a wall and seeing how the space gradually fills up is fascinating for her. Murals fill the spaces, complete them. Nature is her main inspiration and she love to represent its colors, depth and movement. 

“I want my murals to be like opening windows to new spaces of contemplation representing nature and leaving my mark in each place …”