He was born on December 15, 1958, in the neighborhood of Haedo in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

In 1992 Liliana had her first strong connection with art.

He began participating in workshops taught by other artists in the surroundings of Buenos Aires, and also self-taught. With the knowledge acquired and his own motivation, he has developed his own style, which he perfected in the following years.

Liliana Esperanza's artistic production is a conjunction of figuration and abstraction, in some cases the former predominating and in others, the latter. Over the last few years, she has developed a very expressive mixed technique, dedicating much of her attention to women and their world.

In her work she allows herself to outline, outline, encompass the complexity of women, their feelings, their subjectivity, their experiences, To address this theme, the works reflect the woman through her feet, her shoes, her gestures. Starting in 1996, he began to show his works in exhibitions in his native Argentina and also on international stages.

With the experience of presenting her works in public, Liliana felt more confident so she decided to share her gift in painting with others, in 2002 she launched her own “Picasso Art Workshop”, in which she teaches her students to paint in different styles, increasing your level of knowledge and appreciation of the arts.

Over time, he has participated in a variety and diversity of interesting projects, for example, he was commissioned to design and produce paintings for the CDs “Mariachi Sol Azteca”, one of the most important mariachi groups in Argentina. He also entered the world of television and had the opportunity to show his works on several TV programs such as “Badía y Cía” – Canal 13 (1996), “El Show Creativo” – Canal 13 (1999) and “Contrapunto” with Horacio Embón - Canal Solo Tango (2003). In 2011, author Martín Sotelano invited her to provide original images for his book. “An approach to Tango Therapy, Research and Practice.” More recently, in 2023 the author Sonia Tomazin offers you a participation in her new book “Feeling good is possible”.

Exhibited and organized art exhibitions at Milonga a la Gurda for @gurdaproducciones (2018-2019) Assisted in digital design and art consulting at Onda Satén (2020 to 2023) Director of Evolucionarts (2015- ) .

Currently Liliana continues working in her studio in Buenos Aires, creating new images and ideas to share with the world. Meanwhile, some of his works can be found exhibited in institutions, museums and private collections in Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Spain, France, Italy and in the United States of North America.

Liliana Esperanza

Dossier Liliana Esperanza.
Retrospective.
Let's dance - T.
Mixed s. canvas -
45 x 60 cm.
Berretín -
T. Mixta s. lienzo -
60 x 100 cm
Gotan -
T. Mixta s. lienzo
60 x 100 cm.
Towards the light Mixed
technique s. canvas -
40 x 50 cm.
Spell
T. Mixed s. canvas
50 x 50 cm.
Mimi
Mixed technique s. canvas
60 x 90 cm
Mystery
T. Mixed s. canvas
80 x 80 cm.


Moment
T. Mixed s. canvas
50 x 50 cm.
Moments
T. Mixed s. canvas
40 x 50 cm
Stepping on dreams
Digital art transferred on canvas
41 x 27 cm.
Shocking night
T. Mixed s. canvas
60 x 45 cm.
Single
Mixed Technique s. canvas
40 x 50 cm.
18 -Night
Acrylic on paper
28 x 21 cm
Flowing IV
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm
Flowing V
Mixed media on canvas
100 x 80 cm.
Sensuality
Oil on canvas
20 x 25 cm
Color Calor IX
Oil on canvas
45 x 60 cm
Free and Disorderly
Mixed technique on paper
x 25 cm
Paper boats
Watercolor pencils and watercolor on canvas 60 x 100
Flowing
Drawing on paper
50 x 70 cm
Lips
Mixed media on canvas
100 x 100 cm
Magic Ship
Collage without paper
24 x 25 cm
Shocking night
T. Mixed s. canvas
60 x 45 cm.
Veterans
Acrylic on canvas
100 x 100 cm
Broken dreams
Mixed technique on wood
30 x 30 cm.
Sonhos do mar (Dreams of the sea)
Mixed media on cardboard
30 x 20 cm
I Am
Mixed media on canvas
90 x 120 cm
Extreme
Acrylic on paper
36 x 29 cm
Color Heat VI
Oil on canvas
70 x 100 cm
Single
Mixed Technique s. canvas
40 x 50 cm.
Freedom
Oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm
Ecstasy
Mixed media on canvas
100 x 100 cm.