We are back in Rochester for our fourth INvisible Beauty in Pain Artist Spotlight.
The INvisible Beauty In Pain campaign’s fourth artist spotlight is Alivia Ruiz
Alivia Ruiz is a Buffalo-born artist, musician, and all around creative. She arrived in Rochester to attend RIT for her Bachelors Degree in Medical Illustration. After completing her degree, she decided to stay in Rochester to pursue a freelancing career, dedicating herself to her creative endeavors. She loves to sing, play piano, dive deep into mythology, write poetry, make jewelry, paint, and draw.
Her greatest source of peace and inspiration is the beauty of nature, and she relishes asking deep questions to connect with others in ways that cause them to think differently about their world and feel deeply into the beauty of who they are. Her donated artwork is called:
The Entropy of Depression
For the rest of KNOWvember, we will feature the biographies and the meaning behind the works of art created by and donated to the INvisible Beauty in Pain Gallery by each of the thirteen artists that submitted work for this campaign.
All works are available to be seen in person at 540WMain and are a celebration of The U.S Pain Foundation’s KNOWvember campaign which you can learn more about by clicking here.
To purchase Alivia’s artwork email Calvin Eaton at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out more of her work on her Facebook page