Artist Spotlight: Bianca Elise

Tell me a little bit about yourself..

Hi, I’m  Bianca Elise Figurative painter. Studier of life and all things feminine.

As you have grown within your talent, what inspires you to create?

I remember idolizing my mother as a child, her makeup, shoes, perfume and clothing. Her ultra feminine ways  inspired me then, and I’m continually inspired by women Now!

How long have you been producing your craft and why did you begin this form of expression?

I’ve drawn since before I could remember. I’ve always been attracted to feminine beauty, especially faces. As a child you could always find me drawing pictures of ballerinas, or trying to reproduce the women’s faces from my mother’s magazines in graphite on sheets of notebook paper. I would study the women’s clothing, bodies, and faces and would try to figure out what made them beautiful and worthy of being printed on such glossy sheets of paper.
At the age of thirteen I was accepted to Douglas Anderson School Of The visual and performing Arts. Its curriculum was quite similar to Dallas’ Booker T. Washington.  I learned to paint at DASOTA. And, for the last 15 years acrylic paints have been my medium of choice. Acrylics fit my personality perfectly as they dry relatively quickly!

What do you ultimately want to accomplish with your talent?

I enjoy people, art and travel. I wish to ultimately combine these three loves by teaching art workshops abroad for teenagers and adults. Art has impacted my life most greatly at these ages!
And a solo show in London or France would be very nice too!!

Outside of your artistry, what other interests do you have?

I’m a nomad I get this from my father, I’m sure. I love spending time with friends/family in unexpected places like Canada, or heading home to Florida, or visiting my old stumping grounds in San Diego. As long as there’s great conversation, friends, family or food, I’m there! And if all else fails a great biography or a book on psychology works too. I guess you can say I’m really intrigued by people.

What was your first experience with ArtLoveMagic?

My first participating experience with ALM was girlShow, of course! There were over 70 talented,  creative, and artistic Women there performing live! I was so honored to be included.

What web address can one go to to view more of what you do?

You could see more of my works at

Or by adding me on FaceBook: Bianca Elise Art

How can someone contact you?

I can be contacted via Email at: or Mobile: 904-233-2976
I’m also in the process of moving into my new studio in Oak Cliff. In the coming weeks feel free to visit me there,  Mon- Thurs 10am – 6pm, or by appointment at:
115 South Tyler Street,Dallas, TX 75208

One Response to “Artist Spotlight: Bianca Elise”

  1. Amazing images….

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