Carolina de la Cajiga
Lions Gate Bridge Development: Future?
2017
Laminated high gloss photo paper on aluminum E panel, archival ink
20" x 50"
Courtesy of the artist

Carolina de la Cajiga
Construction Worker (Green)
2017
Archival pigment print
30" x 30"
Courtesy of the artist

Carolina de la Cajiga
North Shore Panorama

Carolina de la Cajiga
Blue Green Worker
2014
Archival paper (manipulated, face-mounted)
30" x 30"

Carolina de la Cajiga
Invisible in Neon
2013
Archival paper
36" x 24"

Carolina de la Cajiga
Convention Centre
2016
Archival paper (manipulated)

Carolina de la Cajiga
Panoramic
2016,
Archival paper (manipulated)

Carolina de la Cajiga
Triple Decks
2014
Archival paper (manipulated)
20" x 16"

Carolina de la Cajiga
Crane
2014
Archival paper (manipulated)
48" x 20"

Carolina de la Cajiga
Cypress Bowl Development
2017
Laminated high gloss photo paper on aluminum E panel, archival ink
40" x 40"
Courtesy of the artist

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Carolina de la Cajiga
Lions Gate Bridge Development: Future?
2017
Laminated high gloss photo paper on aluminum E panel, archival ink
20" x 50"
Courtesy of the artist

Carolina de la Cajiga
Construction Worker (Green)
2017
Archival pigment print
30" x 30"
Courtesy of the artist

Carolina de la Cajiga
North Shore Panorama

Carolina de la Cajiga
Blue Green Worker
2014
Archival paper (manipulated, face-mounted)
30" x 30"

Carolina de la Cajiga
Invisible in Neon
2013
Archival paper
36" x 24"

Carolina de la Cajiga
Convention Centre
2016
Archival paper (manipulated)

Carolina de la Cajiga
Panoramic
2016,
Archival paper (manipulated)

Carolina de la Cajiga
Triple Decks
2014
Archival paper (manipulated)
20" x 16"

Carolina de la Cajiga
Crane
2014
Archival paper (manipulated)
48" x 20"

Carolina de la Cajiga
Cypress Bowl Development
2017
Laminated high gloss photo paper on aluminum E panel, archival ink
40" x 40"
Courtesy of the artist

Carolina de la Cajiga

Carolina de la Cajiga refers to herself an illusionist or a reinterpreter rather than a photographer or a painter. Her approach to art is a balance between reality and imagination—what you see is not what “is.” Her work is not restricted to the borders of a flat canvas or image. She does not follow trends, nor stay in the same path. Her work continuously evolves with one goal: to produce harmonious, exciting work. “I love to experiment. I push myself to find different ways to express my ideas; to bring to life my inner thoughts. I move back and forth between different works, subject matter, and materials. On the surface, this may seem unrelated, but everything is connected through the sensuous handling of the form.”

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